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The Argentina Open, also known as ATP Buenos Aires, is a men’s professional tennis tournament played in Buenos Aires, Argentina every year. Latest ATP Argentina Open tips, predictions & odds will be updated below, closer to the start of the tournament.

It is a part of the ATP World Tour 250 series and second tournament on the Golden Swing circuit in Latin America. The event was formed back in 1921 and since then, has grown to become one of the most popular tennis tournaments in South America.

The tournament is played at Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club on outdoor clay courts – a venue that is capable of hosting more than 5,000 spectators. The tournament was played as a part of the Grand Prix tennis and Grand Prix Super Series circuit in the past years and current awards 250 points in the rankings to the winner of the competition.

It is played at the Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club, in the Palermo barrio.

2019 ATP Argentina Open Schedule & Dates:

This year’s Argentina Open will begin on February 11 and go all the way up to February 17 when the final will be played. The qualifying rounds will begin two days before the start of the main rounds of the Argentina Open.

The men’s singles final will be held on February 17 but for the exact order of play and schedule for the tournament, you will need to re-visit a few days before the start of the tournament.

Player List for 2019 ATP Argentina Open:

The tournament organisers are expected to release the list of players participating in Buenos Aires at a later date but for now, it’s worth having a look at who some of the players who participated in the competition last year were. Defending champion Dominic Thiem will be in action as he looks to make it his third title at this tournament.

Men’s Singles List in 2018: Dominic Thiem, Albert Ramos Viñolas, Pablo Carreño Busta, Diego Schwartzman, Fabio Fognini, Pablo Cuevas, Kyle Edmund, Fernando Verdasco.

What Happened at the 2018 ATP Argentina Open?

Defending champion Alexandr Dolgopolov withdrew from the tournament because of an injury while the top seeded Dominic Thiem went on to win the competition. This was his second win at the Buenos Aires, which followed after he defeated Aljaz Bedene in the final, 6-2, 6-4. He had earlier won the Argentina Open title in 2016.

Other than Thiem, the only top player who lived up to his billing was Diego Schwartzman, who made the quarter-final. He went down to Bedene in that last-eight match. None of the other seeded players, the six of them, made it to the last-eight, including Britain’s Kyle Edmund who had to withdraw before the tournament even began because of an injury.

Thiem ripped past Gael Monfils while Bedene needed three sets to overcome Federico Delbonis to make it to the title-decider.

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Previous 10 ATP Argentina Open Winners

Men’s Singles:

2018: Dominic Thiem
2017: Alexandr Dolgopolov
2016: Dominic Thiem
2015: Rafael Nadal
2014: David Ferrer
2013: David Ferrer
2012: David Ferrer
2011: Nicolas Almagro
2010: Juan Carlos Ferrero
2009: Tommy Robredo

2019 ATP Argentina Open Betting Tips

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