Mexican Open 2021 ATP Preview


The 2021 Mexican Open – an ATP 500 tournament which features a strong draw – will run from March 15 – 20. 

After being introduced in 1993, the event was primarily held in Mexico City until moving to Acapulco in 2001 – where it has remained since. In 2014, the surface changed from clay to hard courts.

Thomas Muster and David Ferrer both hold the record for the most Mexican Open titles with four. Rafael Nadal has won the tournament three times – including last year when he defeated Taylor Fritz in the final.


Neither Nadal or Fritz will feature this year, but the draw includes seven of the top 20 ATP players.


Seeded players

1  Stefanos Tsitsipas

2  Alexander Zverev

Diego Schwartzman

4  Milos Raonic

5  Grigor Dimitrov

6  Fabio Fognini

7  Felix Auger-Aliassime

Cristrian Garin


Where is the tournament held?

The event is played at the Princess Mundo Imperial in Acapulco, Mexico on outdoor hard courts.


Ranking points breakdown, Singles

Winner – 500 points

Runner-up – 300 points

Semi-finalist – 180 points

Quarter-finalist – 90 points

Round of 16 – 45 points

Round of 32 – 0 points


Prize money breakdown, Singles

Winner – $88,940

Runner-up – $65,760

Semi-finalist – $46,830

Quarter-finalist – $31,880

Round of 16 – $19,925

Round of 32 – $11,460


Will fans be allowed to attend?

Spectators will be allowed, and tickets can be bought here.


How can I follow the tournament?

You can follow the tournament on the official website, the official Twitter account, and the ATP Tour Twitter account.


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