Estoril Open 2024 Results, Prize Money, Players, Schedule, Tickets

Estoril Open 2024

The clay court season spans the months of April, May, June, and July, usually proceeding to the Miami Open. Formally kicking off this segment of the 2024 season, we have the historic Estoril Open set in Portugal. With a raised prize money pool and even a Top players in attendance, the tournament will be a fitting opener. To learn more about the first clay court tennis competition of the season Estoril Open 2024, keep on reading.

Millennium Estoril Open Tennis Tournament

The Estoril Open, also known as the Millennium Estoril Open for sponsorship reasons,  is an annual outdoor clay court tournament set in the tourist hub of Portugal, Cascais. As a Tour-sanctioned event, the tournament is part of the ATP 250 series. It is one of the few tournaments on the Tour still played on clay courts and the tournament holds an important historical slot in Portugal, as it is the only ATP tournament played in the country. This year will mark the 9th edition of the event. The Estoril Open will be played at the Clube de Ténis do Estoril. The title sponsor for the event is Millennium bcp, a branch of the biggest private back in Portugal, the Portuguese Commercial Bank, based in Porto.

LocationCascais, Portugal
VenueClube de Ténis do Estoril
Tour categoryATP 250
Prize Money€579,320 (total commitment €651,865)
Draw28 S, 16 D

Millennium Estoril Open 2024 Results

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Estoril Open 2023 Results

The Norwegian Casper Ruud was proclaimed champion of the Estoril Open after beating the Serbian Miomir Kecmanovic (40th) in two sets in the final 6-2,7-6.

In doubles championship, The Belgians Joran Vliegen and his compatriot Sander Gille who conquered the atptour 250 of Estoril Open, winning the second title of the year and the seventh title in his career.

Casper Ruud

Estoril Open History and Previous Winners

History

The Estoril Open is the successor of the historic Portugal Open. The tournament was established purely to fill the gap of a Portuguese ATP tournament on the Tour. Thus, when the Portugal Open was abolished in 2014, the Estoril Open was created the following year. The original name of the Portugal Open was also Estoril Open and it was one of the longest-running tournaments on the Tour, having first been established in 1990.

Today, the tournament is one of the first clay court events on the Tour and it was created by former Dutch tennis player Benno Van Veggel and Portuguese football agent Jorge Mendes. Like most other ATP events, the Estoril Open was also hit in 2020 when the pandemic caused the cancellation of tournaments. It however, returned the following year.

Estoril Open Winners

Given that the Estoril Open is still a newer addition to the ATP Tour, the selection of past players and winners is quite small. This however doesn’t mean that the selection of world-class players is limited. Many former Top 10 players have played at Estoril, including David Goffin, Gael Monfils, Fabio Fognini, Steganos Tsitsipas, Pablo Carrena Busta, Marin Cilic, and many more. This year alone, Casper Ruud became the highest-ranked player to participate in the Estoril Open.

YearSingles ChampionDoubles Champions
2024
2023Casper RuudJoran Vliegen / Sander Gille
2022  Sebastian BaezFrancisco Cabral / Nuno Borges
2021  Albert Ramos VinolasTim Putz / Hugo Nys
2020  Setanos TsitsipasFabrice Martin / Jeremy Chardy
2019  Joao SousaCameron Norrie / Kyle Edmund
2018  Pablo Carreno BustaMichael Venus / Ryan Harrison

Estoril Open 2024 Prize Money and Points

A total financial commitment of €651,865 is made for the 2024 edition, of which, €579,320 has been designated as the prize money. This is a substantial increase compared to last year as in 2023, the total prize money was €562,815 with €630,705 total financial Commitment.
A breakdown of the prize money has been given below.

StageSingles Prize MoneyDoubles Prize MoneyATP Points
Winner€80,473€25,017250
Finals€46,937€13,383150
Semi-finals€27,596€7,84890
Quarter-Finals€15,990€4,39145
2nd Round€9,282——20
1st Round€5,675€2,5820
Q2€2,835
Q1€1,548

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

Estoril Open Draw

The Estoril Open will have 28 singles and 16 doubles draws that will be released as the tournament progresses. 4 Qualifiers will join main draw players in 1st round of event.

Estoril Open 2024 Dates, Schedule

The Estoril main draw will be held across a week from 1-7 April. The qualifying round set for the weekend prior; the 30th and 31st of March.

The schedule for the event is as follows:

 DateSingles MatchesDoubles Matches
1st AprilRound 1—-
2nd AprilRound 1Round 1
3rd AprilRound 2Round 1
4th AprilRound 2Round 1
5th AprilQuarter FinalQuarter Final
6th AprilSemi FinalSemi Final
7th AprilFinaleFinale

Keep in mind this schedule may be subject to change.

Estoril Open 2024 Players List

The Estoril Open is shaping up to be one of the best editions yet. Many talents from around the world will be coming to Cascais. Leading the singles competition, we have our defending champion ,Norway’s best and the current world no. 4, Casper Ruud. The youngster Hubert Hurkacz will also feature this edition. Besides him, the participating player’s list includes many of the Top 100 players.

The full participating top seed player list is given below:

Estoril Open 2024 Singles Top Seeds

SeedPlayerATP Ranking
1Casper Ruud8
2Hubert Hurkacz9
3Lorenzo Musetti24
4Alejandro Davidovich Fokina28
5Arther Fils37
6Miomir Kecmanovic46
7Gael Monfils47
8Dominik Koepfer50

Wild Card / Protected Ranking Entries

  • João Fonseca
  •  Joao Sousa

Estoril Open 2024 Tickets

  • Estoril Open 2024 Tickets Buy Online Via Viagogo
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A standard ticket applies for one day/night session. Only 3 days are split into 2 sessions; the 5th, the 6th, and the 7th. Packs for the days with 2 sessions are available that apply for the whole day, meaning both sessions.

A final package is also available for the last 2 days of the event that covers the semi-finals and finals. Box seats and premium seating arrangements are other ticket options. Entry for children below 6 is free. The tickets start at €10. To learn more about the tickets and categories, click the link below.

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