ATP Cordoba Open 2020 is an upcoming men’s professional tennis tournament that will be a part of the ATP World Tour 250 Series. The event will be replacing the ATP Ecuador Open in Quito although; it will still remain in Latin America.

It will take place in early February on clay courts and will mark the start of the South American leg of the ATP Tour. In this article, we will give you information on how to buy ATP Cordoba Open tickets.

When will the Cordoba Open 2020 tickets be released?

The 2020 Cordoba Open ticket sale begins from Monday, December 2, 2019. All the ticketing information, including how to buy it, prices, categories, and other information. Rest assured, you can bookmark this page for further updates on the ticketing end.

How to buy the Cordoba Open 2020 tickets?

The tickets for the next edition of the Cordoba Open will be released with the official website here.

How much do Cordoba Open tickets cost?

More details on the ticket price for the Cordoba Open will be released below soon.

About the Cordoba Open

The 2020 ATP Cordoba will be the second ATP tournament in Argentina, with the other one being the ATP Buenos Aires. The two cities are separated by roughly 430 miles although, visiting both the cities is a good way to explore the country and know more about the culture.

If you happen to be a tennis fan who has always wanted to visit Argentina, then this may possibly be your best chance. The two cities are culturally rich with Cordoba being also referred to as La Docta – The Learned. This is because the city is host to the oldest university in the country. Additionally, the sports scene is quite rich in the city, considering that many FIFA World Cup qualification games were conducted in Cordoba.

Tourism and cultural aspects aside, you can expect to witness quality tennis matches in Cordoba. Being a 250 Series event, many prominent and rising stars will hope to build some momentum early in the season. This event also serves as a terrific stage for regional players to showcase their talent.

Before the Cordoba Open, the city of Quito welcomed many popular players over the years like Gael Monfils, Ivo Karlovic, three-time ATP Quito Champion Victor Estrella Burgos, Paolo Lorenzi, and more.

With this set to be the second edition of the tournament, the organizers will be keen on making a good impression. We can expect the list of participants to be released soon, along with all the relevant ATP Cordoba ticketing details. It is one of the four ATP events in South America, with the other two set to take place in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paolo, Brazil.