In the absence of the winner from the previous year, the Mexican Open 2023 boasts an intriguing lineup of talent ready to compete for dominance.
Carlos Alcaraz has a much safer route to travel now that Rafael Nadal, who is still recovering from an injury sustained at the Australian Open, is out of the competition.
Alcaraz made a successful comeback to the ATP Tour following an injury, but he was defeated in the Rio Open final by British star Cam Norrie.
After going on tour in South America in 2023, the duo is creating history. Prior to the opposite outcome at the Rio Open, Alcaraz beat Norrie in the Argentina Open championship match. Norrie might make it three straight appearances at the Mexican Open.
The supporting cast members Casper Ruud, Taylor Fritz, Holger Rune, and Frances Tiafoe are all attempting to amass valuable points in Central America.
Everything you need to know about how to watch the Mexican Open tennis event in 2023 has been compiled by EM2Sports.
How to watch and live stream Mexican Open 2023:
Viewers around the world can watch the action live on the following channels and here for free:
Live Broadcast: Mexican Open 2023 Live
When is the Mexican Open 2023?
The tournament started on Monday 27th February and runs until the final on Saturday 4th March 2023.
Where is the Mexican Open 2023 held?
The Arena GNP Seguros in Acapulco, Mexico, hosts the Mexican Open. It’s being performed here for the second time.
With a massive 10,500 capacity, the primary court at the venue can accommodate more spectators than ever before.
Mexican Open 2023 schedule
ATP Men’s Singles (500)
- Round of 64: Monday 27th February
- Round of 32: Tuesday 28th February
- Round of 16: Wednesday 1st March
- Quarter-finals: Thursday 2nd March
- Semi-finals: Friday 3rd March
- Final: Saturday 4th February