The 6th edition of the Los Cabos Tennis Open it will be a celebration and not only for the fact of opening its doors back to the public to premiere its new complex Cabo Sports Complex (CSC)if not to be confirmed on your poster No. 1 in the world, Daniil Medvedevwho will be accompanied by three other players from the Top 15 of the ATP rankingincluding No. 9, the Canadian Félix Auger-Aliasimus.
The tournament, category 250had to be suspended in 2020 due to the pandemic, while in 2021 it was played behind closed doors despite the fact that They inaugurated their new premises. Looking ahead to a new edition in a timely manner, the ATC 2022 that will be held from August 1 to 6, boasts its last three champions in the main draw. The British Cameron Norriecurrent No. 12, will seek to defend his title, while the Argentine Diego Schwartzman (No. 15) who triumphed in 2019 is also another of the darlings of the Mexican public. On the other hand, the Italian Fabio Fognini that in 2018 surprised with his title, will be back. He is currently ranked 63.
Geoffrey Fernández, director of the Los Cabos Open, highlighted “There is nothing more wonderful than having everyone back. In these six years the firm intention has always been bring you a Top 10 and now we bring you No. 1 of the world with Daniil who is going to stay there for a while.”
Also the 37-year veteran, John Isner champion in men’s doubles along with the Mexican Hans Hach in the 2021 editionreturns for the second consecutive time to Los Cabos. He will be joined by another Top 30 player like the young Serbian Miomir Kecmanovicwhose coach is the former Argentine tennis player David Nalbandiantogether with the American Brandon Nakashimawho is ranked No. 56 and who has already received praise for reaching the round of 16 in Wimbledonrepresent the young blood to highlight.
It is also worth noting that the 17-year-old Mexican teenager, Rodrigo Pacheco, received an invitation to participate in the qualifiers and win a ticket to the main draw of the ATC. The young national sensation, who is in the middle of his development stage, already presumes to have reached the quarterfinals in the junior category of the Australian Open and Roland Garros. Mexican Alejandro Hernández also received a wild card to participate in the qualifiers.
The new CSC venue has a stadium with capacity for 3,500 people, in addition to a Grandstand for 1,500, three fields for more than 800 and two for training. Tofo in an esplanade of more than 9,000 m2 “All the fields from any point that we are in the complex, we will have a view of the sea” explained Geoffrey Fernández.
On Saturday, July 30, the activity begins with the qualis at 6:00 p.m., while on Sunday 31 qualis and the traditional Kids Day are held. On Saturday, August 6, the final is scheduled at 7:00 p.m.