How To Watch 2024 Marrakech Open Featuring Wawrinka, Berrettini, Shevchenko & More

How To Watch 2024 Marrakech Open Featuring Wawrinka, Berrettini, Shevchenko & More

by Nurein Ahmed

The ATP makes its annual one-time stop on the African continent for the 32nd edition of the Marrakech Open (also known by its sponsor name, Grand Prix Hassan II).

The stars of men's tennis will test themselves on clay as they transition from hard courts and look to build rhythm ahead of Roland Garros, which begins at the end of May.

This will be a small field of 28 players, one of whom is a former French Open champion. Judging by the quality on paper, there will be no shortage of exciting matches. In this article, you will find bite-sized information for this year's Marrakech Open.

When Does The 2024 Marrakech Open Start?

Qualifying action precedes main draw matches and will take place from March 30th to 31st. The main draw will follow, beginning with select first-round matches on Monday, April 1st, and concluding on Sunday, April 7th with the singles final.

Who Is Playing The 2024 Marrakech Open?

The entry list for the 2024 Marrakech Open was released a few weeks ago. It will be headlined by three-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka. The Swiss won the tournament back in 2010 when it was staged in Casablanca.

Laslo Djere is the top seed. Spain's Roberto Carballes Baena returns to defend his crown. Other notable names in the field include Matteo Berrettini, who will use a protected ranking, Tomas Machac, Alexander Shevchenko, and Thiago Seyboth Wild.

What Is The Prize Money For The 2024 Marrakech Open?

The total prize money for this year's tournament has been announced as €579,320. The champion of the 2024 Marrakech Open will earn €88,125, which is marginally higher than when Roberto Carballes Baena won the title last year. Additionally, the winner receives 250 ranking points.

Where To Watch The 2024 Marrakech Open?

Live television broadcast for the 2024 Marrakech Open is only available in a few countries.

International viewers: Tennis TV provides exclusive live stream access for the entire tournament at a monthly cost of $16.99.

UK: Sky Tennis owns television rights in the United Kingdom & Ireland.

USA: Fans can tune in to Tennis Channel Plus.


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