The 2024 Delray Beach Open is the second tournament stop of the spring season in the USA, running from February 12th to 18th.
This ATP 250 tournament has been on the calendar since 1993, and the roll of honor features a handful of former Grand Slam champions such as Lleyton Hewitt, Juan Martin del Potro, and Marin Cilic.
The depth in talent is clearly noticeable looking at this year's entry list, with defending champion Taylor Fritz set to lead a 28-player singles field. In this article, you will find all the relevant information pertaining to the 2024 Delray Beach Open.
When Does The 2024 Delray Beach Open Start?
Main draw action at the Delray Beach Open will begin on Monday, February 12th, with a few first-round matches and run till Sunday, February 18th, when the singles final will be held. The matches will be contested on outdoor hard courts at the Delray Beach Tennis Center.
Who Is Playing The 2024 Delray Beach Open?
The entry list for the tournament was released a few weeks ago. Taylor Fritz returns to defend his crown. Remarkably, the last player to win back-to-back titles here was Jason Stoltenberg in 1997, so it is quite a tough challenge for reigning champions in Delray.
What will make Fritz's task significantly harder is if the likes of Tommy Paul, Adrian Mannarino, Daniel Evans, and Matteo Arnaldi reach the deep end of the draw during the week, as those will be his likeliest challengers.
What Is The Prize Money For The 2024 Delray Beach Open?
The tournament will fork out $661,585 in prize money, which is the highest for the event. The champion will make six figures amounting to $100,640, along with 250 rankings points. The complete breakdown of the prize money has been released.
Where To Watch The 2024 Delray Beach Open?
International viewers can subscribe to Tennis TV at a cost of $16.99 per month to watch all live action at the Delray Beach Open.
Additionally, some of the broadcast partners for this tournament are indicated below:
Africa: No live broadcast.
Canada: Action will be live on TSN Network.
Middle East: No live broadcast.
UK: Coverage for the entire week will be live on Sky Sports Tennis.
USA: Viewers from the United States can tune in to Tennis Channel Plus.