How To Watch 2024 Los Cabos Open Featuring Zverev, Tsitsipas, Ruud & more

How To Watch 2024 Los Cabos Open Featuring Zverev, Tsitsipas, Ruud & more

by Nurein Ahmed

Several of the ATP stars will travel to Mexico for the eighth annual Los Cabos Open, which is expected to be fun and fiery given the amount of talent on the paper.

The draw already came out on the eve of the main draw start, in which top seed Alexander Zverev and defending champion Stefanos Tsitsipas will be the biggest names in the resort city of western Mexico.

Tennis players competing at this year's tournament will have to adjust to the weather, as it can be pleasantly cold in February, and sleep patterns because matches tend to finish so late into the night. If you are looking to watch the Los Cabos Open, then you will have that information in this article.

When Does The 2024 Los Cabos Open Start?

The Los Cabos Open will begin on Monday, February 19th, on its 5,000-square-metre tennis complex called Cabo Sports Complex, which has been the home of this tournament since 2023.

The tournament will run for a week, finishing with the singles final on Saturday, February 24th. The Los Cabos Open is played exclusively on outdoor hard courts.

Who Is Playing The 2024 Los Cabos Open?

There is some serious star power in this year's field. Alexander Zverev is the highest-ranked player. He is joined by former top tenners Stefanos Tsitsipas and Casper Ruud. Alex de Minaur, a new Top 10 member, is also returning to Los Cabos. Roman Safiullin and Daniel Evans are also among the seeds.

What Is The Prize Money For The 2024 Los Cabos Open?

Players will compete for a share of $915,245 in prize money, which is a generous increase of about 7% from last year and the biggest in the tournament's history. The champion in Los Cabos will earn $139,190, which is a handsome return for a tournament of this level.

Where To Watch The 2024 Los Cabos Open?

International: viewers can subscribe to Tennis TV (only available on live stream).

Television broadcasters from major continents and countries for the Los Cabos Open are highlighted below:

Africa: No live television broadcast

Australia: BeIN Sports Australia

Canada: Action will be accessible on TSN Network

Latin America: ESPN International

MENA Region: No live television broadcast

UK: Sky Sports Tennis

USA: Tennis Channel Plus


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