Watch the Ecuador Open Live Streaming hereIf you are looking to watch the Ecuador Open Live Streaming or on TV, then here’s how you can do it. It’s the 2018 edition of a competition in Quito which is in its fourth edition and it would be interesting to see how it goes.

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The last step in the fun part – click the ‘Live Streaming’ tab and select the match you wish to watch live. In this case, it will be the matches from Ecuador Open.

In the meantime, the tournament’s management has revealed a couple of players who have confirmed their participation for the upcoming edition. First up, there’s the charismatic Frenchman Gael Monfils, who will be playing in Quito for the first time in his career. Monfils, who is 31 years old and has been a top 10 player, is a highly entertaining player known for his mobility and power on the court

In July 2016, he became the World No. 6, which was the highest ranking he managed to achieve in his career. Even though his form has taken a toll off lately, Monfils is still capable of winning big. He has six titles to his name so far and shows absolutely no signs of slowing down.

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Another player who has agreed to play in Quito is the Spaniard Pablo Carreno Busta. The 26 year old has been on the block for quite some time, but it wasn’t until 2017 that he finally had a breakthrough. He has won a total of three titles in his career so far, one of which came in ATP Estoril in 2017.

He followed this with a couple of sensational runs in Grand Slams, namely Roland Garros and US Open, where he reached the quarterfinal and semifinals respectively. He began the season at World No. 30, moved up to the 10th place and as of October 2017, is the World No. 11.

Regardless of their achievements on the circuit, playing in Quito will prove to be a Herculean task for them. The high altitude will pose a problem, in addition to the clay surface. Nonetheless, watching these players go up against each other is going to be an absolute blast.

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The TV guide for the tournament will be revealed as the tournament draws closer.