Chile Open

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The Chile Open is an ATP clay court tennis tournament held in the Chilean city of Santiago. The event is also named the Chile Dove Men+Care Open for sponsorship reasons. The current title holder is local hero Nicolás Jarry.
Date: 1st April - 7th April, 2024
Category: ATP 250
Draw Size: 28S/16D
Prize Money Chile Open
Entry List  Chile Open 2024
Draw Chile Open 2024
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History of the Chile Open

The tournament's roots stretch back to 1930, when it debuted as the "Chile International Championships," welcoming both men and women's competition. Viña del Mar, a picturesque seaside resort, became its initial home, offering a stunning backdrop for racquet clashes. Early winners boasted legends like Enrique Moreira and Anita Lizana, etching their names on the nascent trophy.

Shifting Gears (1970s-1990s)

The 1970s saw the tournament evolve, becoming the "Chilean International Open" and joining the esteemed ILTF Grand Prix Circuit. Guillermo Vilas, the Argentine maestro, dominated this era, lifting the trophy a record four times. However, political turmoil in Chile forced a hiatus in the late 70s.

A Second Serve (1990s-present):

With the return of democracy, the Chile Open, now known as the "Chile Open" or "Chile Dove Men+Care Open" for sponsorship reasons, made a triumphant comeback in 1993. Santiago, the bustling capital, became its new court, and red clay replaced grass as the surface of choice.
The 90s witnessed exciting rivalries unfold, with Marcelo Ríos, the "El Chino" himself, becoming a crowd favorite. He clinched four titles, solidifying his Chilean legacy. The likes of Nicolás Massú and Fernando González continued the winning tradition in the 2000s, keeping the Chilean flag flying high.
Modern Era (2010s-present):
More recently, the tournament has seen international stars like Fabio Fognini, Dominic Thiem, and Cristian Garín etch their names onto the trophy. It remains a crucial stop in the ATP Tour's "Golden Swing," a clay-court series in South America, attracting top players seeking valuable ranking points and a taste of Chilean hospitality.
The current title holder of this tournament is Nicolas Jarry.

Men’s Singles Finals Chile Open

2020  Thiago Seyboth Wild d. Casper Ruud 7–5, 4–6, 6–3
2021  Cristian Garín d. Facundo Bagnis 6–4, 6–7(3–7), 7–5
2022  Pedro Martínez d. Sebastián Báez 4–6, 6–4, 6–4
2023  Nicolás Jarry d, Tomás Martín Etcheverry 6–7(5–7), 7–6(7–5), 6–2


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