ATP ASB Classic Auckland 2024 Results, Prize Money, Players, Tickets

The Auckland Open, better known by its sponsored name the ASB Classic is an annual hardcourt outdoor tennis tournament played at the beginning of the new tennis season.

The 2024 season is about to start off strong with many lower-tier tour events featuring high-ranking players and the same can be said for the long-awaited return of the ASB Classic. With the 2023 US sensation, Ben Shelton, in attendance and other big names in tennis set to participate, this year’s ASB Classis was one to remember. To learn more about the Auckland Open 2024, keep on reading.

ASB Classic 2023

ASB Classic Tennis Tournament

The event is played on both the ATP and WTA tours as an ATP 250 and WTA 250 event respectively. Both tournaments are played back to back across 2 weeks; starting with the women’s tournament followed by the men’s event the day after. This year will mark the 37th edition of the women’s event and the 46th edition of the men’s event. The title sponsor for the Auckland Open is ASB Bank based in New Zealand.

LocationAuckland, New Zealand
VenueASB Tennis Centre
Tour categoryATP 250
Prize Money$
Draw32 S, 16 D

ASB Classic 2024 Results

In he singles, Alejandro Tabilo beats Taro Daniel to claim first career ATP win. In final Tabilo clinched the title in straight sets 6-2, 7-5. Chilean Alejandro Tabilo had to play in the qualifying tournament to secure his place in the ASB Classic main draw.

Wesley Koolhof and Nikola Mektić won the men’s doubles title at the 2024 ASB Classic, defeating Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos in the final, 6–3, 6–7, 10–7. Mektić and Mate Pavić were the defending champions, but chose to compete with different partners this year.

Alejandro Tabilo
Wesley Koolhof and Nikola Mektić

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ASB Classic Auckland Open 2023 Results

In singles championship, Richard Gasquet faced seeded number 2 Cameron Norrie in finals. French star Gasquet defeated Cameron in final after 1st set down (4-6, 6-4, 6-4). Richard won 16th career ATP title, first in almost 5 years.

In Auckland’s doubles championship, Croatian pair Nikola Mektić / Mate Pavić defeated American pair Nathaniel Lammons / Jackson Withrow in final. Croatian pair won final in final set (6-4, 6-7, 10-6). The Winning pair clinch their 15th ATP Tour title.

ASB Classic History and Previous Winners


The Auckland Open has a rich history in tennis, being part of the ATP Tour for nearly half a century. The event first started out as the Auckland Championships in 1956 which was men only tournament. It has since undergone many changes to its name, venue, court surface, and tour category. For almost 20 years, the event was placed on a grass court before switching to its current hard court surface. After the beginning of the Open Era, in 1998, the tournament was of the International series of tour events.

As the ATP was streamlined in 2008 and a new tier system for events was introduced, the Auckland Open was made an ATP 250 tournament, the tier it holds to this day. At one point, between 1956 and 1977, the tournament was even part of the Grand Prix tennis circuit, As for the title sponsors, the ASB Classic was previously known as the Benson and Hedges Open, but it was changed to the Heineken Open until 2015. Since then, under contract by ASB Bank, the Auckland Open is better known as the ASB Classic.

ASB Classic winners

The tournament has had many well-known tennis icons win the title. Rod Laver, Roy Emerson, Bjorn Borg, David Ferrer, and many others have all won the Auckland Open. David Ferrer and Roy Emmerson both hold the record for most titles at 4 and most consecutive titles as well, at 3. Among recent winners, Roberto Bautista Agut recorded his second title win in 2018.

YearSingles ChampionDoubles Champion
2024Alejandro TabiloWesley Koolhof / Nikola Mektić 
2023 Richard Gasquet Nikola Mektić / Mate Pavić
  2020Ugo HumbertLuke Bambridge / Ben McLachlan
  2019Tennys SandgrenBen McLachlan / Jan-Lennard Struff
  2018Roberto Bautista AgutOliver Marach / Mate Pavic
  2017Jack SockMarcin Matkowski / Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi
  2016Roberto Bautista AgutMate Pavic / Michael Venus

ASB Classic 2024 Prize Money, Ranking Points

The prize money for the 2024 ATP ASB Classic is $642,735, it will likely be similar to the prize fund of previous editions. Prize distribution of all rounds is listed below. The total amount in the prize fund for the 2020 ATP ASB Classic was $610,000.

StageSingles Prize MoneyDoubles Prize MoneyATP Points
2nd Round$11,280—–20
1st Round$6,895$3,5100

Keep in mind the prize money distribution and the amount may be different.

ATP ASB Classic 2024 Players List

As mentioned in the introduction, Ben Shelton, the USA Sensation, 2023 Japan Open Winner and the 2023 Laver Cup Winner, will be headlining the event at the beginning of 2024. But he isn’t the only player to keep an eye on. The youngster Cameron Norrie and Felix Auger Aliassime will also be featured. The reigning champion however, Richard Gasquet will not be returning to defend his title this time around.

ASB Classic Entry List Singles

1Ben Shelton17
2Cameron Norrie18
3Francisco Cerundolo21
4Adrian Mannarino22
5Jan-Lennard Struff25
6Félix Auger-Aliassime29
7Christopher Eubanks34
8Arthur Fils36

SEE ALSO: WTA ASB Classic Auckland Open 2024 Players Entry List

Remaining Players

Sebastian Ofner43
Max Purcell45
Botic van de Zandschulp50
J.J. Wolf53
Daniel Altmaier56
Roberto Bautista Agut57
Marcos Giron60
Aleksandar Vukic62
Roberto Carballes Baena63
Fabian Marozsan64
Nuno Borges66

ATP ASB Classic Auckland Open Wild Card Entries

  • Gael Monfils

ATP ASB Classic 2024 Draws

The event will have 28 singles and 16 doubles draws that will be released on 8th of January. 4 qualifiers will join main draw in singles.

ATP ASB Classic 2024 Schedule, Dates

The tournament will be held across 6 days from the 8th-13th January. The qualifying rounds set to be played potentially on the 6th and 7th of January.

DatesSingles MatchesDoubles Matches
8th JanuaryRound 1——
9th JanuaryRound 1Round 1
10th JanuaryRound 2Round 1
11th JanuaryQuarter FinalsQuarter Finals
12th JanuarySemi FinalsSemi Finals
13th JanuaryFinaleFinale

Keep in mind the schedule may be different and subject to change,

ATP ASB Classic 2024 Tickets

  • Buy ASB Classic (Auckland Open) Tickets from Viagogo
  • Buy ASB Classic (Auckland Open) Tickets from Stubhub

Tickets for the ATP ASB Classic are valid per day/night session with 2 sessions per day of the event, except for the last 2 days of the event; the 12th and 13th. The tickets come in 3 types; a standard ticket, ground pass, or corporate. To learn more about the ticket types and corporate hospitality provided, click the link below.


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