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The Cordoba Open tennis tournament is one of the major tennis tournaments in Argentina, as it is part of the ATP 250 Series. The tournament was initially added to the calendar as a replacement for the Ecuador Open Tennis tournament.

History of Cordoba Open Tennis tournament:

In an attempt to expand South America's tennis operations, ATP started the Ecuador Open tennis tournament as an ATP 250 competition. The tournament was first held in 2015 on Clay courts. After its fourth edition in 2018, the organizers and the administration announced that the tournament would be abolished immediately as they did not receive the financial support they had initially anticipated. Resultantly the tournament was discontinued in 2018.

After its cancellation, the available slot on the ATP Calendar was awarded to the Cordoba Open tennis tournament. Cordoba Open was first held in 2019 as a part of the ATP Tour. Since then, the competition has retained its spot on the ATP World Tour and is annually held at the start of the year.

Location and Venue:

The sports complex Polo Deportivo Kempes has served as the venue for the competition since its inception in 2019. The complex is located next to the Mario Alberto Kempes Football Stadium in Cordoba.


Over the years, the competition has been played on clay surfaces. Moreover, the matches are played outdoors. As a result, the surface offers moderate speed due to the frictional effects of clay courts.

Status and Format:

The tournament holds the status of ATP World Series 250. The competition stages matches in both the singles and doubles categories for Men.

Prize Money:

The total prize money for the competition was set at €323,970 in the previous editions.

Past Winners:

Men's Singles:

In the Men's Singles category, four champions have emerged in the four seasons.

2019 Cordoba Open:

In the final of the 2019 Cordoba Open, the Argentinian tennis player Juan Ignacio Londero won against a fellow Argentinian Guido Pella with scores of 3-6, 7-5, and 6-1 to become the first-ever champion of the Cordoba Open.

2020 Cordoba Open:

In 2020, Cordoba Open was among the few worldwide sporting competitions that were held despite the covid-19 scare. The final of the 2020 Cordoba Open was held between Christian Garin and Diego Schwartzman, with Garin winning the final 2-6, 6-4, and 6-0.

2021 Cordoba Open:

Juan Manuel Cerundolo won the 3rd edition of the Cordoba Open after defeating Albert Ramos Vinolas, with the scores of 6-0, 2-6, and 6-2.

2022 Cordoba Open:

The runner-up from the 2021 Cordoba Open's final, Albert Ramos Vinolas, won the 2022 Cordoba Open. He is the current champion of the competition and will return to Cordoba in February 2023 to defend his title.

Men's Doubles:

In the Men's doubles category, Argentinian Tennis player Andres Molteni has been the most successful player. He is the only player to win the Cordoba Open twice. Both his titles came in the doubles category (2019 and 2022). Molteni won his titles with Roman Jebavy(2019) and Santiago Gonzalez.

Other than Molteni, the pairs of Marcelo Demoliner and Matwe Middelkoop and Rafael Matos and Meligeni Alves have won the Cordoba Open.

2023 Cordoba Open:

The fifth edition of the Cordoba Open tennis tournament will be held in 2023. The 2023 Cordoba Open is scheduled to take place between the 6th - 12th of February, 2023.

Tournament Details:

Total Prize Money: €323,970
Surface: Clay
Country: Argentina

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