The Mexican Open, also known as Abierto Mexicano Telcel, is a professional tennis tournament played on the ATP and WTA Tour in Acapulco, Mexico. Get all the information on how to watch the Mexican Open Live Streaming online below.
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Mexican Open 2020 Final Live Streaming Schedule
- Nadal v Fritz Live Streaming Starts at 9 pm local time (4 am BST next day) here
- Watson v Fernandez Live Streaming Starts at 6 pm local time (1 am BST next day) here
The competition for men and women is played in the same week, making it an action-packed, highly-entertaining tournament. For the gents, it is a part of the ATP World Tour 500 Series with a total of 500 ranking points up for grabs. On the other hand, it is a WTA International tournament for the ladies where the champion is awarded 280 ranking points.
Over the years, many renowned names have participated in the tournament like Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, Juan Martin Del Potro, Alexander Zverev, Venus Williams, Sloane Stephens, Sara Errani, and more. In case you are unable to attend the tournament in person, don’t worry – we have got you covered. Read on to find out more about the Mexican Open live streaming options.
2020 Mexican Open Schedule & Dates
The main draw of the 2020 Mexican Open will start on Monday, February 24, and will run through the week. The final match for men and women will be played on Sunday, March 1. As for the qualifying rounds, they will be played over the weekend right before the first round matches start in Acapulco.
We will also update the daily schedule and order of play over the course of the competition, right here and also options on which are the players to watch in the Mexican Open live streaming.
Player List for the 2020 Mexican Open
The list of all the major participants for both – men and women – has been released by the tournament organisers and you can find them below along with the Mexican Open live streaming options. Here’s a list of all the seeded players who taking part in both sections of the draw.
Rafael Nadal, Alexander Zverev, Stan Wawrinka, Felix Auger-Aliassime, John Isner, Nick Kyrgios, Grigor Dimitrov, Dusan Lajovic.
Sloane Stephens, Wang Yafan, Marie Bouzkova, Lauren Davis, Venus Williams, Zhu Lin, Heather Watson, Nao Hibino
What Happened at the 2019 Mexican Open?
The men’s singles title was won by Nick Kyrgios, who defeated Alexander Zverev in the final in straight sets. Kyrgios had gone into the tournament as an unseeded player, and was down three match-points in his second round match against Rafael Nadal but made it through and won the tournament. It was also in that match that the issues between Kyrgios and Nadal came to the fore yet again.
Wang Yafan of China won her first WTA title after two-time defending champion Lesia Tsurenko opted out of the tournament. Yafan stunned Sofia Kenin in the final, coming back from a set deficit to win the title-decider. The other seeded player to make the semifinal, Kenin aside, was Donna Vekic, who went down to Yafan in three sets.
In the 2018 edition of the Acapulco Open, the women’s half of the tournament was won by the Ukranian Lesia Tsurenko, who defeated Stefanie Vogele in the final in straight sets. It was an interesting run for Tsurenko, who started the competition as the defending champion and successfully defended her title.
But more so than Tsurenko, it was Vogele who had a great run. Even though she had to settle for the runner-up trophy, she defeated many rising and prominent players like Tatjana Maria, Sloane Stephens, and Maria Sakkari on her way to the final.
The likes of Daria Gavrilova and Kristina Mladenovic also started in the competition but the best they could do was reach the penultimate rounds.
In the men’s half, it was the Argentinean Juan Martin Del Potro who sailed to the victory after defeating Kevin Anderson in the final in straight sets. He was the third top 10 player had Del Potro had dispatched that week, with the other two being Dominic Thiem and Alexander Zverev.
The win here helped him gain the much-needed momentum that eventually led him to win the Indian Masters. Rafael Nadal was also supposed to start as the top seed and the favourite, but he withdrew from the competition right before the start.
This time around though, the Spaniard’s fit and raring to go and it would be interesting to watch the Nadal live streaming of this tournament going into the 2019 season.
Previous Mexican Open Title Winners
2019: Nick Kyrgios
2018: Juan Martin Del Potro
2017: Sam Querrey
2016: Dominic Thiem
2015: David Ferrer
2014: Grigor Dimitrov
2013: Rafael Nadal
2012: David Ferrer
2011: David Ferrer
2010: David Ferrer
2009: Nicolas Almagro
2019: Wang Yafan
2018: Lesia Tsurenko
2017: Lesia Tsurenko
2016: Sloane Stephens
2015: Timea Bacsinszky
2014: Dominika Cibulkova
2013: Sara Errani
2012: Sara Errani
2011: Gisela Dulko
2010: Venus Williams
2009: Venus Williams
Watch the 2020 Mexican Open Live Streaming
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You can watch (and bet) on the 2019 WTA & ATP Acapulco live streaming with bet365.com. These are the simple steps:
- Go to www.bet365.com
- Register with www.bet365.com (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 Mexican Open live streaming option by clicking on Live Streaming on the top
In order be able to watch the live streaming of the Acapulco Open, bet365 requires you to register with them and then either deposit a sum of $10 or equivalent 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.
Other Options for Mexican Open Live Streaming
The other ways in which to watch the Rafael Nadal live streaming at the 2019 Mexican Open is to use Unibet. Again, the process is quite similar to the aforementioned.
In order to be able to do so, you will need to register by clicking on link above or here .
Once you have done that, have a look at whether the tennis live streaming option is available for the Mexican Open and if that’s so, you will need to load your account with a small sum of account. Either that or you will need to have bet in the past 24 hours.
Fret not, if you do not want to bet, just load your account with some money and watch the tournament till you want to. There will be other live streaming options as well, which will be released closer to the start of the Acapulco Open in 2020.
2020 Mexican Open Live on TV
The TV guide for the 2019 Abierto Mexicano Telcel will be released as the tournament draws closer.