How To Watch 2024 Mexican Open Acapulco Featuring Zverev, Tsitsipas, Rune & More

How To Watch 2024 Mexican Open Acapulco Featuring Zverev, Tsitsipas, Rune & More

by Nurein Ahmed

The second of two tournaments taking place in Mexico is the Mexican Open, which is staged in the resort city known as Acapulco.

Over the years, some of tennis' iconic names have won this tournament, including former World No. 1 Rafael Nadal, who made his farewell appearance in 2022. The tournament was played on clay courts up until 2014 when it switched to hard courts.

As the players await the draw, you can follow this article for all the information you need pertaining to this year's Mexican Open in Acapulco, including the tournament schedule and broadcast patterns.

When Does The 2024 Mexican Open Acapulco Start?

The 2024 Mexican Open in Acapulco will begin on Monday, February 26th, and run for six days, culminating with the men's final on Saturday, March 2nd. This tournament is part of the ATP 500 series and has been played exclusively on outdoor hard courts since the surface switch in 2014.

Who Is Playing The 2024 Mexican Open Acapulco?

Four of the world's Top 10 players will be in Acapulco to compete in this ATP 500 tournament that has some serious talent on paper. Alexander Zverev is confirmed as the top seed ahead of the draw ceremony.

Defending champion Alex de Minaur faces an almighty tussle to retain his crown. Holger Rune will be playing his first tournament under Patrick Mouratoglou in his second stint as coach of the Dane. Stefanos Tsitsipas, Casper Ruud, and Frances Tiafoe are also among the seeds.

What Is The Prize Money For The 2024 Mexican Open?

Players competing in Acapulco can look forward to a prize money purse of $2,206,080, with the champion earning $412,555. This is a 10% increase from last season when De Minaur won the biggest title of his career. The champion will also receive 500 ranking points. Prize money details have been confirmed by the tournament.

Where To Watch The 2024 Mexican Open Acapulco?

International audience: Tennis TV (monthly subscription fee costs $16.99)

Africa: Live broadcast on Supersport TV

Australia: Viewers can tune in to BeIN Sports Australia

Canada: Live action will be accessible on TSN Network

Latin America: ESPN International

MENA Region: BeIN Sports Arabia

UK: Sky Sports Tennis

USA: Tennis Channel Plus


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