How To Watch 2024 Rio Open Featuring Alcaraz, Wawrinka, Norrie & more

How To Watch 2024 Rio Open Featuring Alcaraz, Wawrinka, Norrie & more

by Nurein Ahmed

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The Rio Open is the premier clay court tournament of the South American swing, running from February 19th to 25th.

The draw for this tournament was recently revealed, in which top seed Carlos Alcaraz learned his path to win his first title of the season. Defending champion Cameron Norrie will look to rebound after a disappointing stay in Buenos Aires.

The field is stacked with all the seeded players in this ATP 500 tournament ranked in the world's Top 40. In this article, you shall find all the information you need to know about the 2024 Rio Open.

When Does The 2024 Rio Open Start?

Main draw action begins on Monday, February 19th, with a few first-round matches. The tournament will run for a week, culminating in a singles final on Sunday, February 25th. The matches are played primarily on outdoor clay courts of the Jockey Club Brasileiro in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Who Is Playing The 2024 Rio Open?

As mentioned at the top of the article, the top eight seeds are Top 40 players led by World No. 2 Carlos Alcaraz, who won the event back in 2022 and was a runner-up last year.

Stan Wawrinka has made the trip to Rio to play this tournament for the first time. Alcaraz's Buenos Aires conqueror Nicolas Jarry is also part of the draw, with Cameron Norrie and Francisco Cerundolo adding some firepower.

What Is The Prize Money For The 2024 Rio Open?

The tournament has announced a record prize money of $2,100,230, which is 4.3% higher than last year's figure. The winner will bank $392,775, which is 4% higher than last year's paycheck given to Cameron Norrie. The champion will also receive 500 points.

Where To Watch The 2024 Rio Open?

For the international audience, live streaming of the Rio Open will be available exclusively on Tennis TV.

Some of the broadcast partners in select continents and countries are indicated below:

Africa: TV broadcast available on Supersport

Australia: BeIN Sports Australia

Canada: TSN Network

Latin America: ESPN International

MENA Region: BeIN Sports Arabia

UK: Sky Sports Tennis

USA: Tennis Channel Plus


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