Argentina Open

Argentina Open Live Streaming
Event: Argentina Open
Sport: Tennis
Venue: Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
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ATP Buenos Aires

The Argentina Open, also known as ATP Buenos Aires, is a professional tennis tournament on the men’s ATP Tour where it is a ATP World Tour 250 Series ranked event.

The tournament is held at the Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club in the city of Buenos Aires in Argentina where matches are played on outdoor clay courts.

The main stadium at the complex holds 5,500 fans with the local supporters famed for bringing a vibrant atmosphere to the action no matter who is playing.

First established in 1970, the Argentina Open has gone through a number of changes from its position on the tour to the name of the event with former names including the South American International Championships, South American Open, Copa AT&T and Copa Telmex.

Down the years the tournament has struggled to attract big-name stars but there is always a good sprinkling of top 20 ranked players with those who excel on clay courts often heading down to Argentina for the event. With a mix of local and international players, it is no surprise to see a number of Argentinians winning the event or at least reaching the final but over the last decade or so it has been clay court specialists form Spain who have reigned supreme including the likes of David Ferrer, Nicolas Almagro and the King of Clay, Rafael Nadal all picking up the Argentina Open title.

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The ATP Buenos Aires also goes by the name as the Argentine Championships which gives an idea of the history of this tournament which is one of the oldest tennis events to be held on the South American continent.

First established in 1921 as the Argentine Championships, the tournament changed name to the South American International Championships in 1968 before quickly becoming the South American Open in 1969. That lasted until 1974 and then after a couple of changes to sponsored names, the event became known as the Argentina Open (known locally as the Abierto de Buenos Aires) for which it is known as today, although many know it as the ATP Buenos Aires.

Down the years they have been a number of big name players to have participated at the Argentina Open and who have gone on to win the Argentine Championship trophy including the likes of local favourite Enrique Morea, Luis Ayala, Cliff Richey, Zeljko Franulovic, Guillermo Vilas, Jose Luis Clerc, Ivan Lendl, Carlos Moya, Gustavo Kuerten, David Nalbandian, Juan Carlos Ferrero, David Ferrer, Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, Marco Cecchinato and Casper Rudd.

As you can see from many of the names above, the tournament has attracted some of the true superstars of tennis down the years but you will also notice that it has been clay court specialists who have enjoyed the most success down the years and that has led to the majority of winners coming from Argentina or Spain.

Whilst the Argentina Open is broadcast live locally, it can be difficult or impossible to watch the action from Buenos Aires live on British tv and even if you do manage to find it, you will likely need an expensive subscription to a pay tv channel but the great news for any fans of tennis is that you can watch all of the action live from the Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club live online via our ATP Buenos Aires live stream partners.

The tournament takes place in the Palermo barrio (neighbourhood) of the Arginine capital city of Buenos Aires, which is in the northwest of the city and is amongst the most affluent parts of the city.

The district is the largest in Buenos Aires and is home to the cities Polo Stadium, Galileo Galilei planetarium and one of the region’s leading Botanical Gardens but when the Argentina Open is on, the area is all about tennis.

The tournament has been traditionally one of the first clay events on the ATP Tour and has often featured well outside of clay court season.

That has sometimes been to its benefit, as it has been able to attract clay court specialists not wanting to participated on other surfaces but it has often caused a limited field of lower ranked players or those based in South America.

Perhaps the best way to show that is in the quality of players who have competed in the tournament and come up short with Stan Wawrinka, David Ferrer, Kei Nishikori and Diego Schwartzman all been losing finalists recently whist the likes of Casper Ruud and Alexandr Dolgopolov have picked up the title and the trophy.

That up and down nature of the attractiveness of the event has led to a number of relative unknowns claiming the title alongside many star names and that has helped to create a tournament that is unpredictable and that is a place for people to make a name for themselves on the tour.

The tournament has also struggled with obtaining a higher ranking level with it been given the ranked for ATP 250 series level event for much of its existence, although it has also dropped down to Challenger level relatively recently and that has also impacted on it’s ability to attract big names and its ability to attract big sponsors.

That is turn has led to the tournament not been able to offer a massive prize fund and when you couple that with the extra expense of traveling to Argentina and you have an event that is unpredictable in terms of the talent on show and in terms of the focus that those on show have.

That leads to up and down matches, full of surprise and for the opportunity for up and coming players to really take the mantle and to make a name for themselves and that is one of the interest to many wanting to watch the event live.