Argentina Open Tennis Tournament

The Argentina Open (or ATP Buenos Aires) is an annual clay court tennis tournament that takes place in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Past Champions of the tournament include Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, and Carlos Moya.

The tournament is played at the Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club and forms part of a series of tennis tournaments held in South America in February each year along with the Cordoba Open, the Rio Open, the Mexico Open, and the Chile Open.

Argentina Open Tennis Tournament

2023 Argentina Open

Location:Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tour Level:ATP 250
Court Surface:Clay Court
Defending Champion(s):Casper Ruud (Singles), Santiago Gonzalez, and Andres Molteni (Doubles)
Draw Size:28 Singles, 16 Doubles
Prize Money:$686,700 (2022)


The 2023 tournament in Buenos Aires will be held from the 13th to the 19th of February 2023, with the tournament being played in the same week as the ATP Tournaments in Rotterdam and Florida.


Tickets for the 2023 tournament are not yet available so if you are interested in getting tickets then it is best to keep an eye on the official tournament website for updates on tickets for 2023.


The official entry list for 2023 will not be released until closer to the start date of the tournament but the following players are expected to play in the singles event in 2023.

  • Albert Ramos-Vinolas
  • Alex Molcan
  • Bernabe Zapata Miralles
  • Cameron Norrie
  • Carlos Alcaraz
  • Daniel Elahi Galan
  • Diego Schwartzman
  • Dominic Thiem
  • Fabio Fognini
  • Federico Coria
  • Francisco Cerundolo
  • Hugo Dellien
  • Jaume Munar
  • Laslo Djere
  • Lorenzo Musetti
  • Pedro Cachin
  • Pedro Martinez
  • Roberto Carballes Baena
  • Sebastian Baez


The below schedule is based on the schedule for 2022 as the official 2023 schedule has yet to be released.

Monday, 13 February 20231st Round
Tuesday, 14 February 20231st Round
Wednesday, 15 February 20232nd Round
Thursday, 16 February 20232nd Round
Friday, 17 February 2023Quarterfinals
Saturday, 18 February 2023Semifinals
Sunday, 19 February 2023Doubles and Singles Finals

2023 Draw

The draw for the 2023 tournament in Buenos Aires has yet to be made, so check back closer to the start of the tournament for further details on the draw for the 2023 tournament in Buenos Aires.

2022 Draw

The Draw for the ATP 250 tournament in 2022 is available to view on the official ATP Tour website.

Casper Ruud was the number 1 seed and was seeded to meet Diego Schwartzman in the 2022 singles final.

The number 1 and 2 seeds in the singles event ended up meeting each other in the final with Casper Ruud beating Diego Schwartzman 5-7, 6-2, 6-3 in the final.

In the Doubles event, Simone Bolelli and Maximo Gonzalez were seeded number 1 with Fabio Fognini and Horacio Zeballos seeded number 2.

Number 1 seeds Simone Bolelli and Maximo Gonzalez pulled out of the tournament and were replaced by alternates Hernan Casanova and Sergio Galdos.

Number 2 seeds Fabio Fognini and Horacio Zeballos made it to the final but lost to Santiago Gonzalez and Andres Molteni in the final 6-1, 6-1.

Prize Money

Details in relation to the prize money for the 2023 tournament in Buenos Aires have yet to be released but below is the prize money that was awarded to players in 2022 and 2021.

The total prize fund for the tournament in 2022 was $686,700.

How the prize money was split by round for the 2022 tournament is detailed below.

Men’s Singles

The winner of the ATP 250 Singles Event in 2022 Casper Ruud won $91,600, with the runner up Diego Schwartzman receiving $53,435.

Prize Money at all levels in 2022 saw a big increase from the amounts awarded at the 2021 tournament.

Player’s Performance20222021
Round 2$10,570$6,310
Round 1$6,460$4,505

Men’s Doubles (Per Team)

The winners of the Doubles Event in 2022 received $31,830 ($15,690 each), with the runner ups receiving $17,030 ($8,515 each).

Again, this was a big increase when compared to the amounts awarded for the 2021 tournament.

Team’s Performance20222021
Round 1$3,290$2,480

ATP Buenos Aires Past Winners and Runner Ups

Men’s Singles

The defending champion in the singles event is Casper Ruud who beat Diego Schwartzman 5-7, 6-2, 6-3 in the singles final of the 2022 tournament.

Below is a list of winners and runner ups of the singles event in Buenos Aires going back to 2012. If you want the full list, check out the ATP Tour website.

YearWinnerRunner UpScore
2022Casper RuudDiego Schwartzman5-7, 6-2, 6-3
2021Diego SchwartzmanFrancisco Cerúndolo6–1, 6–2
2020Casper RuudPedro Sousa6–1, 6–4
2019Marco CecchinatoDiego Schwartzman6–1, 6–2
2018Dominic ThiemAljaž Bedene6–2, 6–4
2017Alexandr DolgopolovKei Nishikori7–6, 6–4
2016Dominic ThiemNicolás Almagro7–6, 3–6, 7–6
2015Rafael NadalJuan Mónaco6–4, 6–1
2014David FerrerFabio Fognini6–4, 6–3
2013David FerrerStanislas Wawrinka6-4, 3-6, 6-1
2012David FerrerNicolás Almagro4–6, 6–3, 6–2

Men’s Doubles

Santiago Gonzalez and Andres Molteni are the defending champions in the doubles event at the Argentina Open after beating Fabio Fognini and Horacio Zeballos 6-1, 6-1 in the 2022 doubles final.

Below is a list of past winners of the doubles event in Buenos Aires going back to 2012. If you want the full list, check out the ATP Tour website.

YearWinnerRunner UpScore
2022Santiago Gonzalez and Andres MolteniFabio Fognini and Horacio Zeballos6-1, 6-1
2021Tomislav Brkić and Nikola ĆaćićAriel Behar and Gonzalo Escobar6–3, 7–5
2020Marcel Granollers and Horacio ZeballosGuillermo Durán and Juan Ignacio Londero6–4, 5–7, 18–16
2019Máximo González and Horacio ZeballosDiego Schwartzman and Dominic Thiem6–1, 6–1
2018Andrés Molteni and Horacio ZeballosJuan Sebastián Cabal and Robert Farah6–3, 5–7, 10–3
2017Juan Sebastián Cabal and Robert FarahSantiago González and David Marrero6–1, 6–4
2016Juan Sebastián Cabal and Robert FarahIñigo Cervantes and Paolo Lorenzi6–3, 6–0
2015Jarkko Nieminen and André SáPablo Andújar and Oliver Marach4–6, 6–4, 10–7
2014Marcel Granollers and Marc LópezPablo Cuevas and Horacio Zeballos7–5, 6–4
2013Simone Bolelli and Fabio FogniniNicholas Monroe and Simon Stadler6–3, 6–2
2012David Marrero and Fernando VerdascoMichal Mertiňák and André Sá6–4, 6–4