Eleven Top 20 players will brighten up the XXXI edition of the TELCEL Mexican Open presented by HSBC 2024


  • The tournament will feature four Top 10 players: Alexander Zverev (No. 6), Holger Rune (No. 7), Taylor Fritz (No.9) and Stefanos Tsitsipas (No.10).
  • At the ATP 500 in Acapulco, 11 players from the top 20 of the ranking will play
  • Australian Alex de Miñaur, champion in 2023, will seek to defend his title.

Mexico City, January 30, 2024.- The Abierto Mexicano Telcel presented by HSBC in its XXXI edition, to be played from February 26 to March 2 in Acapulco, will feature eleven players ranked in the Top 20 of the Pepperstone ATP Rankings and four of them are in the Top 10.

Germany’s Alexander Zverev (No.6), Denmark’s Holger Rune (No.7), American Taylor Fritz (No.9) and Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas (No.10) headline a list of top players who will be present at the Acapulco ATP 500.

This list is joined by Australian Alex de Miñaur (No. 11), current champion of the Abierto Mexicano Telcel presented by HSBC, Norwegian Casper Ruud (No. 12), Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov (No. 13) and Americans Frances Tiafoe (No. 14), Tommy Paul (No. 15) -finalist in the previous edition- and Ben Shelton (No. 16), as well as British Cameron Norrie (No. 19).

“We are very happy to have eleven tennis players in the tournament who are among the top 20 players in the world. It will be a great show and a challenge that we take on with great pleasure at Mextenis, having two competitions in consecutive weeks. Acapulco is the best stop players can make prior to the Indian Wells Masters 1000 and we thank all those who will visit our home in this year of solidarity to put on a great show,” said Alvaro Falla, CEO of Mextenis.

Germany’s Alexander Zverev is a semifinalist at the Australian Open and will again seek the title in Acapulco, which he won in the 2021 edition, while Denmark’s Holger Rune reached a few weeks ago the final of the tournament of Brisbane.

American Taylor Fritz also had a good start to the season this 2024 by reaching the quarterfinals of the Australian Open and for Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas it will be his third appearance at the Abierto Mexicano Telcel presented by HSBC.

Defending champion Alex de Miñaur, 24, also stands out after achieving the best ranking of his career in January. He is among the players who will be in Mexico for two consecutive weeks after confirming his participation in the Cabo Tennis Open as well.

Norwegian Casper Ruud returns to Acapulco, as does Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov, who in the first week of this year lifted the title in the Brisbane tournament, defeating Danish Holger Rune. It is worth mentioning that Dimitrov was already Acapulco champion in the 2014 edition.

Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime (No. 30), winner of five titles on the ATP circuit (Florence, Rotterdam, Antwerp and twice in Basel) will also be part of the main draw of the tournament. Other players completing the list are American Christopher Eubanks (No. 32), Serbian Laslo Djere (No. 34), Italian Matteo Arnaldi (No. 38), Austrian Sebastian Ofner (No. 40) and Serbian Miomir Kecmanovic (No. 41).

The cut off list of players closed at 48th place in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings, including Britain’s Daniel Evans (No. 42), Australians Max Purcell (No. 43) and Jordan Thompson (No. 44), Portugal’s Nuno Borges (No. 47) and American Mackenzie McDonald (No.48).



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