Argentina Open 2023 Results, Prize Money, Players, Schedule, Tickets

The second event of the Golden Swing of Latin America, the Argentina Open 2023 returns for its 26th edition. Given the participation of Carlos Alcaraz, the youngster former no. 1 and current no. 2, all eyes are set on this event. If you want to learn more about this highly anticipated event, keep on reading.

Argentina open 2023
Argentina open 2023

Argentina Open Tennis Tournament

The Argentina Open is an outdoor clay court tennis competition set in the capital city of Argentina, Buenos Aires. As a sanctioned ATP event, it belongs to the ATP 250 category and it is one of the few clay court tennis tournaments in the world. It is also part of the Golden Swing of Latin America that kickstarts the season in the sub-continent. This year will mark the 26th edition of the event.

LocationBuenos Aires, Argentina
VenueBuenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club
Tour categoryATP 250
Prize Money$626,595
Draw28 S, 16 D

Argentina Open 2023 Results

In singles championship, Carlos Alcaraz makes a successful return to claim his first title of 2023, defeating Cam Norrie 6-3 7-5. After more than 100 day out of court due to injury, Spanish star Carlos proved his appearance once again in tennis field.

Carlos Alcaraz

In doubles title, Italian pair Fabio Fognini and Simone Bolelli defeat Barrientos/Behar 6-2 6-4 in the final and win their 2nd title in Buenos Aires, for their 6th title as a couple. (2011 Umag, 2013 Buenos Aires, 2015 Australian Open, 2022 Rio de Janeiro, 2022 Umag).

Fabio Fognini and Simone Bolelli
Fabio Fognini and Simone Bolelli

Argentina Open History and Previous Winners


The Argentina Open is the latest iteration of the ATP Buenos Aires. This version turns 26 this year but as a whole, the ATP Buenos Aires is one of the oldest surviving tournaments on the tennis Tours. It held its inaugural 102 years ago in 1921, going by  the name Argentina International Championships. The tournament briefly switched its name to the South American International Championships but right before becoming part of the Grand Prix tennis circuit when it switched to the South American Open. Since then it has been referred to as the Copa AT&T and Copa Telmex before its current moniker as the Argentina Open.

Argentina Open Winners

Throughout the more than a century, since the tournament was first held, many notable tennis legends have both played and won in Buenos Aires. This list includes some of the best players in history like Rod Laver, Roy Emerson, Frank Parker, Fred Perry, Chuck McKinley, and Ivan Lendl. More recent tennis superstars that have featured in the event include member of the Big Three and former no. 1 Rafael Nadal, David Ferrer, Juan Carlos Ferrero, and others. Among previous winners, Argentinian Guillermo Villas who is commonly considered to be one of the best tennis players of his time holds the record for most titles at the event by a longshot. His 8 total and 6 consecutive singles titles stand unparalleled.

YearSingles ChampionDoubles Champions
2023Carlos AlcarazFabio Fognini / Simone Bolelli
  2022  Casper RuudSantiago Gonzalez / Andres Molteni
  2021  Diego SchwartzmanTomislav Brkic / Nikola Cacic
  2020  Casper RuudMarcel Granollers / Horacio Zeballos
  2019  Marco Cecchinato  Maximo Gonzalez / Horacio Zeballos
  2018  Dominic ThiemAndres Molteni / Horacio Zeballos

Argentina Open Prize Money and Points

The total financial commitment for the tournament was set at $711,600, of which $626,595 has been reserved for the prize money distribution. This value is slightly decreased when compared to last year’s total as in 2022, the prize money was $686,700. The distribution is as follows:

StageSingles Prize MoneyDoubles Prize MoneyATP Points
2nd Round$11,000——20
1st Round$6,720$3,4200

Keep in mind the prize fund and prize money distribution may be subject to change.

Argentina Open Draws

The Argentina Open will have 28 singles and 16 doubles draws that will be released as the tournament progresses.

Argentina Open 2023 Dates

The tournament main draw will take place across a week from 13- 19 February, with a qualifying round set on the weekend prior; the 11th and 12th.

Argentina Open Schedule

The schedule for the Argentina Open is as follows:

 DateSingles MatchesDoubles Matches
13th FebruaryRound 1Round 1
14th FebruaryRound 1Round 1
15th FebruaryRound 2Round 1
16th FebruaryRound 2Round 1
17th FebruaryQuarter FinalQuarter Final
18th FebruarySemi FinalSemi Final
19th FebruaryFinaleFinale

Keep in mind this schedule may be subject to change.

Argentina Open 2023 Players List

This year, the Argentina Open will feature one of its greatest cast of players in recent history. As top players from around the globe collect at Buenos Aires, the Spaniard trailblazer that took the tennis world by storm last year, Carlos Alacarz is headlining the event. There are some top ATP Ranking players are going to compete.

The former no. 1 and current no. 2 will make his debut at Argentina Open but there are many familiar faces set to participate as well. 2 time titlist, former world no.2, and current world no. 11 Cameron Norrie will be returning to the event to possibly win for the third time. He isn’t the only former champion however. Dominic Thiem, another 2-time titlist, and home-favorite Diego Schwartzman, the 2021 champion and last year’s runner-up will have another go at the title. Other notable players include Fabio Fognini and Jumae Munar. The full player list is as follows:

Argentina Open 2023 Singles Top Seeds

1Carlos Alcaraz2
2Cameron Norrie11
3Lorenzo Musetti18
4Diego Schwartzman28
5Francisco Cerundolo31
6Sebastian Baez47
7Alex Molcan52
8Albert Ramos Vinolas54

Remaining Players

Fabio Fognini58
Laslo Djere62
Corentin Moutet64
Jaume Munar65
Pedro Cachin66
Federico Coria67
Pedro Martinez72
Barnabas Zapata Miralles76
Roberto Carballes Baena77
Daniel Elahi Galan83
Dominic Thiem96
Hugo Dellien138
Guido Pella1018

Argentina Open Singles Wild Card Entries

  • Dominic Thiem
  • Guido Pella
  • Hugo Dellien

Argentina Open Tickets

A regular ticket applies for 1 day/night session and each day is divided into 2 sessions, except for the last 2 days of the event, on the 18th and 19th of February. Full-day passes are also available for each day of the tournament, eliminating the need to buy tickets for the 2 sessions. A weekend pass for the last 3 days and a full event passes are the other ticket options. Ticket prices start from $1,600 and none will be sold for viewing of the qualifications round.

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