San Diego ATP 250 - best value in tennis of the year?

ATP 250 San Diego Open
September 25 through October 3

Grounds passes start at $20. Front row seats starting at only $45!

Strong Men's Field even in the Qualifying Draw

The all-new ATP 250 San Diego event features some of the best players even for the qualifiers of the year this weekend.

Congrats to local star Brandon Nakashima for winning his first ATP Title at home in San Diego! He became ATP Finals NextGen Champion of 2022 weeks later in Milan.

Press Release and Top Players

World No. 7 Andrey Rublev of Russia and No. 10 Denis Shapovalov of Canada highlight a very strong player field at the San Diego Open, which will be played September 27 through October 3 at the Barnes Tennis Center.

The $600,000 ATP 250 tournament features eight of the Top 20 players in the FedEx ATP Rankings.

Other Top 20 players joining Rublev and Shapovalov in the San Diego Open main draw are No. 11 Casper Ruud of Norway, No. 13 Hubert Hurkacz of Poland, No. 14 Diego Schwartzman of Argentina, No. 15 Felix Auger-Aliassime of Canada, and No. 18 Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria.

The 2021 San Diego Open player field includes the following players:

No. 7 — Andrey Rublev, Russia

No. 10 — Denis Shapovalov, Canada

No. 11 — Casper Ruud, Norway

No. 13 — Hubert Hurkacz, Poland

No. 14 — Diego Schwartzman, Argentina

No. 18 — Grigor Dimitrov, Bulgaria

No. 19 — Cristian Garin, Chile

No. 23 — Lorenzo Sonego, Italy

No. 24 — Reilly Opelka, United States

No. 25 — Aslan Karatsev, Russia

No. 27 — Daniel Evans, Great Britain  

No. 29 — Cameron Norrie, Great Britain

No. 30 — David Goffin, Belgium  

No. 31 — Fabio Fognini, Italy

No. 39 — Nikoloz Basilashvili, Georgia  

No. 40 — Dusan Lajovic, Serbia

No. 41 — Marton Fucsovics, Hungary

No. 42 — Taylor Fritz, United States

“This is an incredibly deep draw that will feature some amazing match-ups right from Opening Day of the tournament,” said San Diego Open Tournament Director Ryan Redondo. “It’s going to be an exciting week of professional men’s tennis. I strongly encourage fans to purchase their tickets soon.”

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