How To Watch 2024 Houston Open Featuring Shelton, Tiafoe, Nishikori & More

How To Watch 2024 Houston Open Featuring Shelton, Tiafoe, Nishikori & More

by Nurein Ahmed

The 2024 Houston Open is one of three ATP tournaments that will herald the start of the clay-court swing.

This tournament has been a staple of culture and competition throughout the years, with representatives from no fewer than four continents. But the bulk of the players in the main draw will be Americans.

In fact, the top three seeds are occupied by home players who will look to prolong the dominant streak of winning in Houston. Six of the last nine winners of this tournament are American players, with Frances Tiafoe joining that roll of honor last season.

When Does The 2024 Houston Open Start?

The Houston Open main draw will begin on Monday, April 1st, and end on Sunday, April 7th. This ATP 250 event will be held at the River Oaks Country Club. It remains the only ATP tour-level event to be played on clay in the United States,

Who Is Playing The 2024 Houston Open?

All eight seeds at this year's Houston Open are ranked in the world's Top 50. The entry list was released and features three top-20 players: Ben Shelton, Tommy Paul, and Frances Tiafoe.

The field has some serious clay-court pedigree. Last year's finalist Tomas Martin Etcheverry and countryman Francisco Cerundolo are among them. Japan's Kei Nishikori and Canada's Denis Shapovalov will look to return to their old form.

What Is The Prize Money For The 2024 Houston Open?

The 28 men in Houston will battle for a share of $661,385. This year's remuneration package has decreased by almost 8% from 12 months ago. Despite this significant reduction, players will be compensated handsomely, with increased pay at every round. Details of prize money and points allocation have been shared.

Where To Watch The 2024 Houston Open?

International viewers: Fans can subscribe to Tennis TV's monthly package for exclusive access to the entire tournament.

UK: Sky Tennis will air all the most important matches from the first round to the final.

USA: Live action will be available on ESPN only, which is the major broadcast partner.


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