Chile Open2023 Results, Prize Money, Players, Schedule, Tickets

With the Chile Open right around the corner, the opening period of the 2023 season draws to a close, fully propelling us into the new year. The Chile Open also serves to be the closing act of the Golden Swing which are 4 Latin American tournaments played in February. This time, the event has even more top-level players and a larger prize fund so if you wanna learn more about this significant event, keep on reading.

Chile Open 2023
Chile Open 2023

Chile Open Tennis Tournament

The Chile Open, also known as the Movistar Chile Open for sponsorship reasons, is an annual outdoor clay-court tennis tournament played in one of the biggest cities in the Americas and the Capital city of Chile, Santiago. As an ATP-sanctioned event, the contest belongs to the ATP 250 series of events, and its venue is set to be the San Carlos de Apoquindo. The competition is also the 4th and final event of the Golden Swing of Latin America. This year marks the 25th edition of the event and it’s 4th as it returns to Santiago. The title sponsor, Movistar, is a major telecommunications provider based in Spain and Latin America.

LocationSantiago, Chile
VenueSan Carlos de Apoquindo
Tour categoryATP 250
Prize Money$642,735
Draw28 S, 16 D

Chile Open 2023 Results

Homestar Nicolás Jarry is the CHAMPION of the Chile Open after defeating Tomás Etcheverry 6-7 7-6 and 6-2. With his second ATP title, the country’s number one will be number 52 in the world ranking. Including Nicolas Jarry, the 3 Chilean tennis players who have managed to win the Chile Open (Fernando González 2002-2004-2008-2009, Cristian Garin 2021, and Nicholas Jarry 2023).

Nicholas Jarry
Nicholas Jarry

In the doubles final, The Italians pair Andrea Pellegrino and Andrea Vavassori defeated the Chilean-Brazilian duo of Soto and Seyboth Wild 6-4 3-6 12-10 to be crowned champions of the Movistar Chile Open. Andrea Vavassori and Andrea Pellegrino’s debut as a couple on the major circuit could not have been more beautiful and satisfying, given that in the first tournament together.

Andrea Vavassori and Andrea Pellegrino
Andrea Vavassori and Andrea Pellegrino

Chile Open History and Previous Winners

History

The Chile Open has a long convoluted history in the ATP, dating as far back as almost a century ago. The first-ever edition of the current Chile Open was held in 1993, 30 years ago, by 2 brothers in the city of Santiago. Since then, the event has alternated between Vina del Mar, another city in Chile, and Santiago. But even before this current iteration, the Chilean Open, which was the predecessor to the Chile Open was held for 6 years between Santiago and Vina del Mar from 1976-1983. The event was discontinued in 2014 and moved to Ecuador. Only recently; in 2020, did the event return to Chile at Santiago.

Chile Open Winners

The Chile Open has a long convoluted history in the ATP, dating as far back as almost a century ago. The first-ever edition of the current Chile Open was held in 1993, 30 years ago, by 2 brothers in the city of Santiago. Since then, the event has alternated between Vina del Mar, another city in Chile, and Santiago. But even before this current iteration, the Chilean Open, which was the predecessor to the Chile Open was held for 6 years between Santiago and Vina del Mar from 1976-1983. The event was discontinued in 2014 and moved to Ecuador. Only recently; in 2020, did the event return to Chile at Santiago.

YearSingles ChampionDoubles Champions
2023Nicolás JarryAndrea Vavassori / Andrea Pellegrino
  2022  Pedro MartinezRafael Matos / Felipe Meligeni Alves
  2021  Cristian GarinSimone Bolelli / Maximo Gonzalez
  2020  Thiago Seyboth WildRoberto Carablles / Alejandro Davidovich
  2014  Fabio FogniniOliver Marach / Florin Mergea
  2013  Horacio ZeballosPaolo Lorenzi / Potito Starace

Chile Open Prize Money and Points

A total financial commitment of $718,245 was made for the event of which, $642,735 has been reserved as prize money. This value is an improvement compared to last year’s edition as in 2022, the total prize money was set at $546,340. The prize distribution of 2023 is as follows:

StageSingles Prize MoneyDoubles Prize MoneyATP Points
Winner$97,760$33,960250
Finals$57,025$18,170180
Semi-finals$33,525$10,66090
Quarter-Finals$19,425$5,95045
2nd Round$11,280——20
1st Round$6,895$3,5100

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

Chile Open Draws

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

Chile Open 2023 Dates

The Chile Open main draw will take place across a week from 27 February-5 March with a qualifying round to be played on the weekend prior; the 25th and 26th of February.

Chile Open Schedule

The official schedule is as follows:

 DateSingles MatchesDoubles Matches
27th FebruaryRound 1Round 1
28th FebruaryRound 1Round 1
1st MarchRound 2Round 1
2nd MarchRound 2Round 1
3rd MarchQuarter FinalQuarter Final
4th MarchSemi FinalSemi Final
5th MarchFinaleFinale

Keep in mind this schedule may be subject to change.

Chile Open 2023 Players List

The Chile Open is shaping up to feature one of the best casts at the event in recent years. With a player in the Top 20, 4 from the Top 50, and numerous others from the Top 100, the event will be a sight to behold. Leading the singles competition, we have young gun world no. 18, Lorenzo Musetti who has quickly risen in the ATP ranks.

Following him we have players like world no. 30 Francisco Cerundolo, last year’s runner-up Sebastian Baez, and former world no. 8 Diego Schwartzman. Players like Albert Ramos Vinolas and former 2014 titlist Fabio Fognini add to the diverse cast. Even Dominic Thiem, former no. 3 in ATP Ranking and US Open Champion has received entry via wildcard. Although runner-up Sebastian Baez will be returning, the reigning champion Pedro Martinez will also return to possibly win a second consecutive title. The full player list is as follows:

Chile Open 2023 Singles Top Seeds

SeedPlayerRanking
1Lorenzo Musetti20
2Francisco Cerundolo30
3Diego Schwartzman32
4Sebastian Baez36
5Albert Ramos Vinolas44
6Federico Coria49
7Laslo Djere57
8Jaume Munar67

Remaining Players

PlayerRanking
Pedro Cachin68
Pedro Martinez73
Bernabe Zapata Miralles74
Roberto Carballes Baena76
Thiago Monteiro78
Thomas Martin Etcheverry82
Daniel Elahi Galan85
Facundo Bagnis88
Dusan Lajovic90
Dominic Thiem (WC)99
Joao Sousa142

Chile Open Singles Wild Card Entries

  • Dominic Thiem
  • Cristian Garín
  • Alejandro Tabilo

Chile Open 2023 Doubles Main Draw Entry

SeedPlayersRanking
1Máximo González / Andrés Molteni79
2Andrey Golubev / Aleksandr Nedovyesov104
3Nicolás Barrientos / Ariel Behar123
4Francisco Cabral / Nikola Ćaćić135

Chile Open 2023 Tickets

Tickets for the Chile Open can be purchased online from Punto Ticket. A standard ticket applies for one whole day and there are no multiple sessions in a day. Tickets come in 3 categories: Standard, Club Deportivo Universidad Catolica (CDUC) Partners, and Movistar users. CDUC partners and Movistar clients get discounted prices with the latter receiving a 20% discount. Children 3 and up require tickets and viewing of the qualifications round is free.