This 2023 will be the 30th anniversary of the Mexican Tennis Open What will be celebrated in Acapulco from February 27 to March 4 of 2023 from the Arena GNP Insurancean enclosure with capacity for more than 10 thousand spectators recently opened located in the Diamond Zone from Acapulco.
The event will be attended by Casper Ruud (2), Stefanos Tsitsipas (6) and the number one in the world by the Association of Professional Tennis Players (ATP), Carlos Alcaraz, as announced by the tournament director, Raúl Zurutuza at a press conference with various media.
“It was not difficult because we have a great relationship with his agent (from Alcaraz). But I think it’s getting easier to convince them to come for the issues of hospitality, how we treat them. Then we leave aside the role played by the fans, but believe me that the Mexican fans have a specific weight. What we have left over here is the environment,” said Zurutuza.
The activity of the tournament in Acapulco will begin on Saturday with the qualy, on Sunday the traditional will return kid’s day and the first round will start on February 27. Days later, for Thursday, March 2, 2023, the quarterfinals are planned, on Friday the semifinals will take place, while on Saturday It will be the grand finale Acapulco Mexican Tennis Open.
For the edition in which they will commemorate 30 years of Mexican Tennis Openthe price of the tickets will have a slight price compared to the 2022 edition, this was announced by Raúl Zurutuza, who regretted that they had not been able to preserve the costs of previous years due to inflation.
“At the level of ticket costs, we try to go where the situation is taking us, inflation is around 9%, in other years the company has made decisions to increase littlebut this year we had to make it bigger, but we always go according to the situation”, he highlighted at a press conference taken up by THIS.
The tickets for the 30th anniversary of the Acapulco Mexican Open They are already for sale in their first phase on the page: https://abiertomexicanodetenis.com/tickets/
The costs include the payment of the whole week, which has a cost of 13,295 to 24,410 pesos. Ticket sales for the first three days will start on October 7, while seats for a single day will be from January 30.
Full week pass:
– Terrace $24,410
. Platinum $22,030
– Low Gold $18,275
– High Gold $16,155
– Silver $13,295
Weekend series (Thursday, Friday and Saturday):
– Terrace $17,730
– Platinum $16,745
– Gold Under $13,950
– High Gold $12,475
– Silver $10,160
Since the first time the tournament was held, they have played 29 editions (in 1999 it was not carried out). Since then, 17 different tennis players have been crowned: Juan Martín del Potro, Nick Kyrgios, Dominic Thiem, Carlos Moyá, Alexander Zverev, Grigor Dimitrov or Sam Querrey, to name a few.
However, the names of David Ferrer with three championships (2010, 2011 and 2012), and thomas muster (1993, 1994, 1995 and 1996) and Rafael Nadal (2005, 2013, 2020 and 2022), each with four titles.
In the women’s branch, athletes such as Iveta Benešová, Gisela Dulko, Dominika Cibulková or Sloane Stephens have been crowned, all on one occasion. With a double in her honors are Amanda Coetzer (2001 and 2002), Flavia Pennetta (2005 and 2008), venus williams (2009 and 2010), Sarah Errani (2012 and 2013), and Lesia Tsurenko (2017 and 2018). In 2020 it was the last time that Acapulco was played in the WTA with Heather Watson like the champion