The top two seeds in the competition are Fransico Cerundolo and Diego Schwartzman. In his most recent match, Schwartzman lost to American J.J. Wolf in straight sets in the second round of the Australian Open.
Argentina’s Cordoba will host the fifth iteration of the Cordoba Open, an ATP 250 competition, from February 6–12. One of the four Latin American tournaments that make up the “Golden Swing,” it will be the first claycourt event of the year on the men’s tour. 28 in the world The top two seeds and home favourites to win the championship are Diego Schwartzman and Francisco Cerundolo, who is ranked 31st. In 2020, Cristian Garin of Chile defeated Schwartzman in the championship match after three sets. Francisco has not yet experienced success at Cordoba, but in 2021, Juan Manuel Cerundolo, his younger brother, won the championship. After being forced to miss the previous edition due to injury, Juan Manuel will participate in the competition this year.
Garin and Albert Ramos Vinolas, the tournament’s reigning champion, will both be hoping for more success in the upcoming edition. Another artist to keep an eye out for is the 22-year-old rising star from Argentina named Sebastian Baez. Last year, the World No. 47 won the Estoril Open in addition to placing second at Bastad and Santiago.
The 2011 French Open quarterfinalist and seasoned Italian Fabio Fognini will compete for the title as well. The draw could be altered by a number of additional players. This includes Laslo Djere, ranked No. 65 in the world, Corentin Moutet, ranked No. 66, Jaume Munar, ranked No. 67, Roberto Carballes Baena, ranked No. 77, Joao Sousa, and Dusan Lajovic, ranked No. 84.
The 2023 ATP Cordoba Open will have five rounds of play excluding the qualifying rounds. These are the round of 32, round of 16, quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals. The main draw of the tournament is scheduled to begin on Monday, February 6 and conclude on Sunday February 12. Here is the round-wise schedule of the ATP 250 event.
|Round of 32||February 6-7|
|Round of 16||February 8-9|
The top two seeds in the competition are Fransico Cerundolo and Diego Schwartzman. In his most recent match, Schwartzman lost to American J.J. Wolf in straight sets in the second round of the Australian Open. In contrast, Fransico Cerundolo advanced to the third round of the Australian Open before falling to World No. 7 Felix Auger-Aliassime. The reigning champions Juan Manuel Cerundolo and Albert Ramos Vinolas are also included in the draw.
|Bernabe Zapata Moralles||8|
The winnings for the men’s competition are $ 97,760. The second-place winner will receive $ 57,025.
|Tournament Stage||Prize Money||Points|
|Second Round||$ 11,280||20|
|First Round||$ 6,895||0|
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