The ATP Acapulco Open is an outdoor hardcourt tennis tournament on the ATP Tour that is held in Acapulco, Mexico.
The tournament is held at the Arena GNP Seguros and is an ATP 500 event that serves as a warm-up tournament ahead of the first Master’s 1000 tournament of the year in Indian Wells.
2023 Acapulco Open
|Tour Level:||ATP 500|
|Court Surface:||Outdoor hardcourt|
|Draw Size:||32 Singles, 16 Doubles|
|Prize Money:||$1,832,890 (2022)|
The 2023 Acapulco Open tennis tournament took place from the 27th of February to the 5th of March 2023.
The 2023 tournament was held in the same week as the ATP tournaments in Chile, Dubai, and Waco, as well as the WTA tournaments in Monterrey and Austin.
In 2023, tickets were sold through the official tournament website, with single and multi-session tickets available.
The official entry list for the 2023 tournament in Acapulco has now been released with the 2023 singles entry list including several top 50 ATP players including Casper Ruud, and Holger Rune.
NB: Cameron Norrie and Carlos Alcaraz were due to play in 2023 but they withdrew from the event after they both made it to the finals of Rio and Buenos Aires.
Below is a full list of ATP players that were included in the singles entry list for the 2023 Mexico Open.
- Adrian Mannarino
- Alex de Minaur
- Alex Molcan
- Ben Shelton
- Brandon Nakashima
Cameron Norrie– Withdrew Carlos Alcaraz– Withdrew
- Casper Ruud
- Christopher Eubanks
- Daniel Altmaier
- Denis Shapovalov
- Emilio Gomez
- Feliciano Lopez
- Frances Tiafoe
- Guido Andreozzi
- Holger Rune
- J.J. Wolf
- Jacopo Berrettini
- John Isner
- Mackenzie McDonald
- Marcos Giron
- Matteo Berrettini
- Michael Mmoh
- Miomir Kecmanovic
- Nick Chappell
- Nuno Borges
- Oscar Otte
- Rodrigo Pacheco Mendez
- Taro Daniel
- Taylor Fritz
- Tommy Paul
- Yoshihito Nishioka
Below was the tournament schedule for the 2023 tournament in Acapulco, with the final being played on Sunday, the 5th of March 2023.
|Monday, 27 February 2023||Qualifying Matches|
|Tuesday, 28 February 2023||1st Round Matches|
|Wednesday, 1 March 2023||1st Round Matches|
|Thursday, 2 March 2023||2nd Round Matches|
|Friday, 3 March 2023||Quarterfinal Matches|
|Saturday, 4 March 2023||Semifinal Matches|
|Sunday 5 March 2023||Singles Final|
The draws for the 2023 tournament in Mexico can now be viewed on the ATP Tour website (see links below).
Singles Qualifying: View Draw
Doubles Qualifying: View Draw
Singles: View Draw
Doubles: View Draw
Prize Money and Ranking Points
The total financial commitment (including prize money) for the 2023 ATP Acapulco Open was $2,178,980.
How the prize money and points were split by round for the 2023 tournament is detailed below.
The winner of the Men’s Singles Event in 2023 won $376,620 and 500 points, with the runner-up winning $202,640 and 300 points.
The 2023 tournament saw big increases in prize money at all levels when compared to the 2022 tournament.
|Performance||$||ATP Ranking Points|
Men’s Doubles (Per Team)
The winners of the Men’s Doubles Event in 2023 received $123,710 and 500 points, with the runner-ups receiving $65,980 and 300 points.
Similar to the prize money for the singles event, there was a big increase in the doubles prize money in 2023.
|Performance||$||ATP Ranking Points|
Where could I watch the tournament?
The 2023 tournament was available to stream on Tennis TV, Tennis Channel Plus if you were based in the USA, and Amazon Prime, if you were based in Ireland or the UK.
Mexican Open Past Winners and Runner Ups
The first Mexican Open was in 1993 with Thomas Muster winning the inaugural men’s singles event.
From 1993 until 2013, the tournament was played on red clay but in 2014 the court surface was changed to an outdoor hard court.
The 2023 Acapulco singles final was between Alex de Minaur and Tommy Paul with de Minaur winning in three sets 3-6, 6-4, 6-1 (see match highlights below).
Rafael Nadal, David Ferrer, and Thomas Muster currently hold the record for most titles in Acapulco with four each.
Below is a list of winners and runner-ups in the men’s singles at the Mexican Open from 2012 to 2023. For a full list, check out the official ATP website.
|Year||Winner||Runner Up||Score in Final|
|2023||Alex de Minaur||Tommy Paul||3-6, 6-4, 6-1|
|2022||Rafael Nadal||Cameron Norrie||6-4, 6-4|
|2021||Alexander Zverev||Stefanos Tsitsipas||6–4, 7–6|
|2020||Rafael Nadal||Taylor Fritz||6–3, 6–2|
|2019||Nick Kyrgios||Alexander Zverev||6–3, 6–4|
|2018||Juan Martín del Potro||Kevin Anderson||6–4, 6–4|
|2017||Sam Querrey||Rafael Nadal||6–3, 7–6|
|2016||Dominic Thiem||Bernard Tomic||7–6, 4–6, 6–3|
|2015||David Ferrer||Kei Nishikori||6–3, 7–5|
|2014||Grigor Dimitrov||Kevin Anderson||7–6, 3–6, 7–6|
|2013||Rafael Nadal||David Ferrer||6–0, 6–2|
|2012||David Ferrer||Fernando Verdasco||6–1, 6–2|
Alexander Erler and Lucas Miedler are the current doubles champions after they defeated Jackson Withrow and Nathaniel Lammons in the 2023 doubles final 7-6, 7-6.
Donald Johnson and Lukasz Kubot currently hold the record for most doubles titles in Acapulco with three doubles titles each.
Below is a list of winners and runner-ups in the men’s doubles at the Mexican Open from 2012 to 2023. For a full list, check out the official ATP website.
|2023||Alexander Erler and Lucas Miedler||Jackson Withrow and Nathaniel Lammons||7-6, 7-6|
|2022||Feliciano Lopez and Stefanos Tsitsipas||Jean-Julien Rojer and Marcelo Arévalo||7-6, 6-4|
|2021||Ken Skupski and Neal Skupski||Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos||7–6, 6–4|
|2020||Łukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo||Juan Sebastián Cabal and Robert Farah||7–6, 6–7, 11–9|
|2019||Alexander Zverev and Mischa Zverev||Austin Krajicek and Artem Sitak||2–6, 7–6, 10–5|
|2018||Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares||Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan||7–6, 7–5|
|2017||Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares||John Isner and Feliciano López||6–3, 6–3|
|2016||Treat Huey and Max Mirnyi||Philipp Petzschner and Alexander Peya||7–6, 6–3|
|2015||Ivan Dodig and Marcelo Melo||Mariusz Fyrstenberg and Santiago González||7–6, 5–7, 10–3|
|2014||Kevin Anderson and Matthew Ebden||Feliciano López and Max Mirnyi||6–3, 6–3|
|2013||Łukasz Kubot and David Marrero||Simone Bolelli and Fabio Fognini||7–5, 6–2|
|2012||David Marrero and Fernando Verdasco||Marcel Granollers and Marc López||6–3, 6–4|