Total prize money: $1,845,265
When: from February 24th to February 29th
Where: Hotel Princess Mundo Imperial in Acapulco, Mexico
Surface: Hard (outdoor)
While Dubai arguably has a stronger field of players, the Abierto Mexicano has drawn in a strong group as well.
2020 record: 5-4, 0 titles
2020 prize money: $949,642
2019 Abierto Mexicano Result: Runner-up.
This will be Zverev’s first tournament since his run to the Australian Open semifinals, and only his second appearance of the year.
His season got off to a slow start, losing all three ATP Cup rubbers in January.
The German star then bounced back to achieve a career-best slam result, making it to the final four for the first time.
Zverev ended last year on a high, reaching the ATP Finals semis for a second straight year.
He was the Abierto Mexicano runner-up last year, losing to Nick Kyrgios in the final.
2020 record: 8-3, 0 titles
2020 prize money: $956,482
2019 Abierto Mexicano Result: Second round.
Nadal is also entering his first tournament since the Australian Open.
The number 2 player in the ATP ranking reached the quarterfinals but lost to eventual runner-up Dominic Thiem.
Nadal also played in six ATP Cup matches, winning four while losing to Novak Djokovic and David Goffin.
The Spaniard legend only reached the second round in last year’s Abierto Mexicano, losing to Nick Kyrgios after failing to convert three match points.
2020 record: 12-8, 0 titles
2020 prize money: $590,978
2019 Abierto Mexicano Result: Did not participate.
Auger-Aliassime is coming off back-to-back finals at the Rotterdam Open and the Open 13.
While he is still chasing off the first ATP Tour title, it’s clear that the young Canadian is getting closer.
Auger-Aliassime’s game has significantly improved on the hard surface, and he looks set for another good week in Mexico.
He had to save five match points last week in Marseille but managed to survive and make it to the final for a second straight week.
2020 record: 6-2, 0 titles
2020 prize money: $525,460
2019 Abierto Mexicano Result: Champion.
The defending Abierto Mexicano champion, Kyrgios has been out of action since the Australian Open.
The Australian lost to Rafael Nadal in a close four-set quarterfinal but has since withdrawn from three tournaments.
His road to the title in last year’s tournament included victories over Rafael Nadal, Stan Wawrinka, John Isner, and Alexander Zverev.
While Kyrgios is always a mercurial player, he can stand toe-to-toe against the best on his good days.
The controversial Australian is a risky pick, but he could definitely pay off this week.
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