Delray Beach Open is a men’s professional tennis tournament played on the ATP World Tour 250 series circuit every year. And if you want to watch the Delray Beach Open live streaming online or on TV, here we give you the best ways to do that.

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The event attracts several top 10 players every season and is well-known for a number of fans that pour in to witness the action in person. Delray Beach Open is played on hard courts and is also one of the 10 ATP World Tour events played in the United States.

It is also the only combined event in the world to feature professionals from ATP World Tour and ATP Champions Tour together. Some of the popular legends such as Mardy Fish, John McEnroe, Pat Cash and Jesse Levine will be competing against each other win the ATP Champions Tour trophy.

2021 ATP Delray Beach Open Schedule & Dates

The 2021 edition of the Delray Beach Open will be played between January 7 and 13 with the qualifiers played a couple of days before that. The men’s singles final will be hosted on January 13.

2021 ATP Delray Beach Open Player List

Much like the previous time this tournament was held, Milos Raonic starts off as the highest ranked player in the tournament, and he will be joined by Cristian Garin as the number two seed.

American John Isner will look to get his form back while Great Britain will be represented by Dan Evans in the draw. Below are the seeded players participating in this year’s Delray Beach Open.

Men’s Singles List from 2021

Milos Raonic, Cristian Garin, John Isner, Hubert Hurkacz, Adrian Mannarino, Reilly Opelka, Sam Querrey, Tommy Paul

What Happened at the 2020 ATP Delray Beach Open?

Fourth seeded American Reilly Opelka went on to win the Delray Beach Open title in 2020 by beating Japanese Yoshihito Nishioka in the final. He won 7-5, 6-7, 6-2 in a hard-fought title-decider.

In one of the matches of the tournament Opelka had gotten past Milos Raonic in the semifinal, grabbing the third set 6-3, after having fallen a set down and saving a match-point. Nishioka also needed three sets to get past Ugo Humbert in his own last-four encounter.

Radu Albot was the surprise winner of the 2019 edition of the Delray Beach Open as he overcame British qualifier Dan Evans in three, gruelling sets to clinch the title. He won 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 in the final. In doing so, he became the first ever Moldovan to win an ATP 250 (or beyond) title.

Albot started his campaign with a straight-set win over Ivo Karlovic, before he stunned Nick Kyrgios in the second. His first meeting with a seeded player was against Steven Johnson, the fourth seed, and he shrugged off the loss of the first set to overcome his American opponent as well. This was followed by another first set loss to Mackenzie McDonald but a stunning 6-0, 6-0 comeback followed to make it to the final.

Top seeded Juan Martin del Potro went down to McDonald in the quarterfinals while second seeded John Isner made the semifinals but lost to Evans. Andreas Seppi and Adrian Mannrino were the other quarterfinalists who lost out.

The 2018 edition of the Delray Beach Open originally started with a star-studded line-up featuring the likes of Nick Kyrgios, Jack Sock, Juan Martin Del Potro, and Kevin Anderson as the top seeds. However, much to the disappointment of the fans, Sock and Del Potro lost in the early stages while Kyrgios and Anderson withdrew right before the start of the event.

Additionally, the likes of John Isner and Milos Raonic also featured in the tournament, only to lose in the second round. Amidst a situation such as this one, the other players had an excellent opportunity to make a name for themselves – and that is what they did.

Two athletes by the name of Frances Tiafoe and Peter Gojowczyk made it to the final at Delray Beach after a pretty impressive campaign. Over there, it was Frances who had the upper hand, quite possibly because he was playing on his home turf. Needless to mention, Tiafoe won that fixture in straight sets to claim his first singles trophy of the season.

ATP Delray Beach Previous Winners

2020: Reilly Opelka
2019: Radu Albot
2018: Frances Tiafoe
2017: Jack Sock
2016: Sam Querrey
2015: Ivo Karlovic
2014: Marin Cilic
2013: Ernests Gulbis
2012: Kevin Anderson
2011: Juan Martin del Potro
2010: Ernests Gulbis
2009: Mardy Fish

ATP Delray Beach Open Live Streaming

You can watch (and bet) on the Delray Beach Open live streaming with These are the simple steps:

  • Go to
  • Register with (or log in to you account)
  • Pre-fund your account by depositing $10 (or equivalent currency). You can either let that remain in your account or should have bet in the 24 hours before the live streaming
  • Select the Delray Beach Open live streaming option by clicking on Live Streaming on the top

In order to avail of the live streaming service, this site requires you to register with them and then either deposit a sum of $10 into your account (or register as mentioned here) or watch the live streaming by betting on any sport in the past 24 hours. Remember geo-restrictions might apply.

The other method to be able to watch the live streaming of the ATP Delray Beach Open is to sign up with Unibet. Much like bet365, Unibet is also a bookmaker that live streams sports events including tennis and you can follow the same procedure mentioned above to check their schedule for this tournament.

You can sign up with Unibet here.

The third option is to go with, who hold the official rights to live stream the Delray Beach Open along with the other ATP competitions throughout the season. You can sign up with them on a monthly deal of $14.99 or you can subscribe on an annual package.

Delray Beach Open on TV

Here’s is a list of countries which are telecasting the Delray Beach Open on television and the corresponding TV channels for the same.

CountryTV Channel
United StatesTennis Channel
Hong KongPCCW
PhilippinesElite Sports
PhilippinesElite Sports
TaiwanSino Catch
ThailandCineplex Limited
VietnamCanal +
AlbaniaStraightforward in Sports
Czech RepublicTolano
DenmarkModern Times
NetherlandsLiberty Global/Ziggo
PolandTelewizja Polsat
PortugalSport TV
SerbiaIKO Sportclub
United Kingdom & ROIAmazon Prime Video
IsraelSport 5
WorldwideTennis TV