Las Vegas Tennis Open

The Las Vegas Tennis Open is an annual tournament on the ATP Challenger Tour that is played on outdoor hard courts in Las Vegas (LV), USA.

Past winners of the singles tournament include J. J. Wolf, Thanasi Kokkinakis, and Sam Groth.

Las Vegas Tennis Open

Las Vegas Tennis Open 2023

Location:Las Vegas, USA
Level:Challenger 80
Court Surface:Outdoor Hard Courts
Draw Size:32 Singles, 16 Doubles
Prize Money:$80,000


The 2023 Las Vegas Challenger tournament was due to be held from the 23rd to the 29th of October 2023 but due to unforeseen circumstances, the 2023 tournament will not be played.

The 2023 tournament was due to be played in the same week as the Swiss Indoors in Basel, the Erste Bank Open in Vienna, the Abierto Tampico Open in Mexico, and the WTA Elite Trophy in Zhuhai, China.


The official entry list for the 2023 tournament was not released but below is a selection of players who played in 2022.

  • Aleksandar Kovacevic
  • Ben Shelton
  • Denis Kudla
  • Facundo Mena
  • Juan Pablo Ficovich
  • Stefan Kozlov
  • Steve Johnson
  • Vasek Pospisil
  • Tennys Sandgren


Below was the expected schedule for the 2023 tournament, with the singles final being played on Sunday, the 29th of October 2023.

Monday – Day 123 October 20231st Round Matches
Tuesday – Day 224 October 20231st Round Matches
Wednesday – Day 325 October 20232nd Round Matches
Thursday – Day 426 October 20232nd Round Matches
Friday – Day 527 October 2023Quarterfinal Matches
Saturday – Day 628 October 2023Semifinal Matches
Sunday – Day 729 October 2023Final


The draws for the 2023 singles and doubles tournaments were not released before the cancellation of the tournament.

Men’s Singles Qualifying Draw: TBC

Men’s Singles Main Draw: TBC

Men’s Doubles Draw: TBC

For the 2023 tournament, there were due to be 32 players included in the singles draw, while in the doubles draw there were due to be a total of 16 teams.

Prize Money and Points

The total prize money fund for the 2023 tournament if it had gone ahead would have been $80,000, with the prize money and points being split as follows:

Men’s Singles

The men’s singles winner in 2023 would have received $10,840 and 75 ranking points, while the runner up would have won $6,355 and 50 ranking points, with players losing in the first round in 2023 receiving $780 and between zero and four ranking points.

2nd Round$1,3007
1st Round$7800-4

Men’s Doubles (Per Team)

The winners of the doubles tournament in 2023 would have received $4,645 and 75 points, while the runners up would have won $2,700 and 50 points.

1st Round$5450

2022 Winners, Runners Up, and Results

Men’s Singles

The winner of the 2022 singles tournament was Tennys Sandgren who beat Stefan Kozlov 7-5, 6–3 in the 2022 final (see match highlights below).

Men’s Doubles

The winners of the 2022 men’s doubles tournament were Henry Patten and Julian Cash who beat Reese Stalder and Constantin Frantzen 6-4, 7-6 in the doubles final.

Past Winners

Past winners of the singles include Sam Groth, Thiemo de Bakker, and Stefan Kozlov, while past winners of the doubles include Joe Salisbury and Max Schnur.

Men’s Singles

  • 2022 – Tennys Sandgren
  • 2021 – J.J. Wolf
  • 2019 – Vasek Pospisil
  • 2018 – Thanasi Kokkinakis
  • 2017 – Stefan Kozlov
  • 2016 – Sam Groth
  • 2015 – Thiemo de Bakker
  • 2000 – Neville Godwin
  • 1998 – Cecil Mamiit
  • 1997 – Christian Vinck

Men’s Doubles

  • 2022 – Henry Patten and Julian Cash
  • 2021 – William Blumberg and Max Schnur
  • 2019 – Ruben Gonzales and Ruan Roelofse
  • 2018 – Marcelo Arévalo and Roberto Maytín
  • 2017 – Brydan Klein and Joe Salisbury
  • 2016 – Brian Baker and Matt Reid
  • 2015 – Carsten Ball and Dustin Brown
  • 2000 – Jeff Coetzee and Marcos Ondruska
  • 1998 – Marcos Ondruska and Byron Talbot
  • 1997 – David DiLucia and Michael Sell