Chile Open

The Chile Open (ATP Santiago or ATP Chile) is an outdoor claycourt tennis tournament on the ATP Tour that is held in Santiago, Chile.

The tournament is an ATP 250 event on the ATP tour calendar and is part of the golden swing series of tournaments along with the Cordoba Open, Argentina Open, and the Rio Open.

The first Chile Open was played in 1976 with José Higueras winning the inaugural singles event after beating Carlos Kirmayr 5–7, 6–4, 6–4 in the final.

Chile Open Tennis

Chile Open

Tournament Name:Chile Open (ATP Santiago or ATP Chile)
Location:Santiago, Chile
ATP Tour Level:ATP 250
Court Surface:Outdoor claycourt
Defending Champion(s):Pedro Martínez (Singles), Felipe Meligeni Alves and Rafael Matos (Doubles)
Draw Size:28 Singles, 16 Doubles
Financial Commitment:$546,340 (2022)
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When did the 2022 Chile Open take place?

The 2022 tournament took place from the 21st to the 27th of February 2022.

The 2022 tournament took place in the same week as the ATP 500 tournaments in Acapulco, Mexico, and in Dubai, UAE.

How do you get tickets for the 2023 Chile Open?

Tickets for the tournament in 2023 are not yet available.

For details of when tickets for 2023 will go on sale, keep an eye on the official tournament website.

2022 Chile Open Players

The draw for the 2022 tournament was to include top 10 player Casper Ruud as well as 2020 US Open champion Dominic Thiem but both players were forced to withdraw from the tournament due to injuries they picked up, which left Cristian Garín as the highest ranked player in the draw.

The following ATP players were included in the draw for the 2022 tournament.

  • Cristian Garín
  • Federico Delbonis
  • Albert Ramos-Vinolas
  • Pedro Martínez
  • Federico Coria
  • Jaume Munar
  • Facundo Bagnis
  • Miomir Kecmanovic
  • Thiago Monteiro
  • Juan Manuel Cerúndolo
  • Sebastián Báez
  • Marco Cecchinato
  • Holger Rune
  • Carlos Taberner
  • Hugo Dellien
  • Yannick Hanfmann

2022 Chile Open Schedule

Monday, 21 February 20221st Round Matches
Tuesday, 22 February 20221st Round Matches
Wednesday, 23 February 20222nd Round Matches
Thursday, 24 February 20222nd Round Matches
Friday, 25 February 2022Quarterfinal Matches
Saturday, 26 February 2022Semifinal Matches
Sunday, 27 February 2022Singles Final

2022 Chile Open Draw

The draw has now taken place for the 2022 tournament in Santiago and is available to view on the ATP Tour website.

In the singles event, Cristian Garín was the number 1 seed with Albert Ramos-Vinolas the number 2 seed.

Christian Garin was beaten in the round of 16 by Alejandro Tabilo while Albert Ramos-Vinolas was beaten by Sebastian Baez in the semifinals.

The 2022 men’s singles final was between Sebastian Baez and Pedro Martínez with Pedro Martínez winning 4-6, 6-4, 6-4.

In the Men’s Doubles event, Rafael Matos and Felipe Meligeni Alves were the number 1 seeds with Pedro Martinez and Andrea Vavassori the number 2 seeds.

The number 2 seeds were knocked out in the round of 16, while the number 1 seeds made it to the doubles final and beat Nathaniel Lammons and Andre Goransson 7-6, 7-6 to claim the doubles title in Santiago.

2022 Chile Open Prize Money and Ranking Points

According to the official ATP Tour website, the total financial commitment (including prize money) for the tournament in 2022 will be $546,340.

How the prize money is to be split for the 2022 tournament is detailed below.

Singles Prize Money and Ranking Points in 2022

The winner of the Men’s Singles Event in 2022 received $51,045 in prize money, with the runner up receiving $35,735, which are modest increases in prize money from the 2021 tournament.

Performance2022 Prize Money2021 Prize MoneyATP Ranking Points
Round 2$10,210$9,60020
Round 1$5,570$6,0300

Doubles Prize Money and Ranking Points in 2022

The winners of the Men’s Doubles Event in 2022 received $17,100 ($8,550 each) in prize money, with the runner ups receiving $12,240 ($6,120 each).

Similar to the men’s singles event, prize money for the doubles in 2022 has increased at all levels when compared to the 2021 tournament.

Performance2022 Prize Money2021 Prize MoneyATP Ranking Points
Round 1$3,250$3,0700

Chile Open Past Winners

Men’s Singles Winners

The defending champion in the men’s singles event is Pedro Martínez who beat Sebastian Baez 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 in the 2022 singles final.

Home favorite Fernando González holds the record for most titles at the Chile Open with 4 titles to his name (2002, 2004, 2008, and 2009).

Below is a list of winners in the men’s singles at the Chile Open going back to 2007.

For a full list of winners, check out the Wikipedia page for the Chile Tennis Tournament.

YearWinnerRunner UpScore
2022Pedro MartínezSebastian Baez4-6, 6-4, 6-4
2021Cristian GarínFacundo Bagnis6–4, 6–7, 7–5
2020Thiago Seyboth WildCasper Ruud7–5, 4–6, 6–3
2014Fabio FogniniLeonardo Mayer6–2, 6–4
2013Horacio ZeballosRafael Nadal6–7, 7–6, 6–4
2012Juan MónacoCarlos Berlocq6–3, 6–7, 6–1
2011Tommy RobredoSantiago Giraldo6–2, 2–6, 7–6
2010Thomaz BellucciJuan Mónaco6–2, 0–6, 6–4
2009Fernando GonzálezJosé Acasuso6–1, 6–3
2008Fernando GonzálezJuan MónacoWalkover
2007Luis HornaNicolás Massú7–5, 6–3

Men’s Doubles WInners

Simone Bolelli and Máximo González are the defending champions in the doubles event in Santiago after beating Federico Delbonis and Jaume Munar in the 2021 doubles final.

Hans Gildemeister currently holds the record for most doubles titles in Santiago with four doubles titles to his name.

Below is a list of winners in the men’s doubles at the Chile Open going back to 2007.

For a full list of previous winners, check out the Wikipedia page for the Chile Tennis Tournament.

YearWinnerRunner UpScore
2022Rafael Matos and Felipe Meligeni AlvesNathaniel Lammons and Andre Goransson7-6, 7-6
2021Simone Bolelli and Máximo GonzálezFederico Delbonis and Jaume Munar7–6, 6–4
2020Roberto Carballés and Alejandro DavidovichMarcelo Arévalo and Jonny O’Mara7–6, 6–1
2014Oliver Marach and Florin MergeaJuan Sebastián Cabal and Robert Farah6–3, 6–4
2013Paolo Lorenzi and Potito StaraceRafael Nadal and Juan Mónaco6–2, 6–4
2012Frederico Gil and Daniel GimenoPablo Andújar and Carlos Berlocq1–6, 7–5, 12–10
2011Marcelo Melo and Bruno SoaresLukasz Kubot and Oliver Marach6–3, 7–6
2010Lukasz Kubot and Oliver MarachPotito Starace and Horacio Zeballos6–4, 6–0
2009Pablo Cuevas and Brian DabulFrantišek Čermák and Michal Mertinak6–3, 6–3
2008José Acasuso and Sebastián PrietoMáximo González and Juan Mónaco6–1, 3–0, Retired
2007Paul Capdeville and Óscar HernándezAlbert Montañés and Rubén Ramírez Hidalgo4–6, 6–4, 10–6