The first clay-court tournament of the season will take place in central Argentina as the fifth edition of the Cordoba Open heralds the start of the South American Golden Swing. Main draw action at the ATP Cordoba Open will run from February 6 – 12, 2023. The 28-man field is led by World No. 28 Diego Schwartzman. On that note let us take an in-depth look at all details of the event.
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The 2023 ATP Cordoba Open will take place in Cordoba, Argentina, from February 6 until February 12, 2023, when the singles final will be held.
The ATP 250 event will be held at Polo Deportivo Kempes, which is located next to the famous football stadium Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes. Details on how to get to the sports complex to watch the Cordoba Open in person can be found here.
The ATP Cordoba Open is played on clay courts and is part of the ATP 250 series. It is the first clay-court tournament of the season and is part of the South American Golden Swing.
The ATP Cordoba Open will kick off with qualifying on Saturday, February 4, 2023, with 16 players competing in two rounds, vying for four main draw spots.
On Sunday, February 5, the second round of qualifying will be completed and four players will qualify for the main draw. Main draw action will commence on Monday, February 6, 2023.
The full schedule of the ATP Cordoba Open is indicated below:
The 2023 ATP Cordoba Open is a household ATP tournament for Argentinian players. This explains why most of the home players prioritize appearing at this event and the Buenos Aires tournament held in the subsequent week more than any other ATP tournament.
Diego Schwartzman is set to make his fifth appearance in Cordoba. In fact, he has played in each edition since its inception in 2019. However, he hasn’t tasted success at this tournament, having finished runner-up back in 2020.
Schwartzman will be joined by Francisco Cerundolo who will jet in straight from Finland following the Davis Cup qualifiers. Francisco’s younger brother Juan Manuel Cerundolo sensationally clinched his maiden ATP title at this event back in 2021, coming all the way from qualifying. He didn’t get a chance to defend his crown last year, but he’s got a wild card entrant this time.
Former World No. 20 Guido Pella recently returned to action on Tour for the first time in a year. Pella has battled a chronic knee injury and has accepted a wild card at his home tournament.
Here is the confirmed player list of the 2023 ATP Cordoba Open so far:
Please note that the below entry list is subject to change as a result of withdrawals due to injuries or undisclosed reasons.
The total financial commitment inclusive of prize money for the 2023 ATP Cordoba Open is $713,495. This represents a 44.4% increase from last year’s financial outlay.
The prize money alone is $642,735 for the 2023 edition.
The prize money distribution in singles for the fifth edition of the ATP Cordoba Open is tabulated below:
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Many of the players in the draw at the Cordoba Open will be playing away ties in the Davis Cup qualifiers outside South America. Argentina players in particular will have little rest time as they are due to play Finland over the weekend.
And with first-round matches stretched to three days, it is tough to imagine them being in excellent shape.
Schwartzman won’t be playing at the Davis Cup and this could be his best chance of ending his title drought at the Cordoba Open. The 30-year-old will likely relinquish his status as Argentina’s No. 1 very soon, but he’ll want another bite of the cherry this week.
Sebastian Baez has had a dreadful run of results on Tour. But he is more at home on clay and should be expected to end his losing sequence in Cordoba.
Cristian Garin has started the year with a semifinal showing at the Nonthaburi Challenger and famously took a set off Sebastian Korda in the first round of the Australian Open. He’ll get to play on clay at the Davis Cup before flying to Cordoba. I won’t be surprised to see him hit his stride.
There will be no entry fee for both qualifying rounds over the weekend. However, the main draw action which starts Monday, February 6, will attract a ticket fee of at least 3,000 pesos.
You can be able to purchase tickets for the Cordoba Open by visiting the Ticketek link here.
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