After a successful major tournament of the year, it is time to get back to ATP Tours. Here comes, an ATP 250 tournament, San Diego Open 2022 held in California. One of the five ATP 250 Tours of the month of September. Let us take a look into, San Diego Open 2022: Men’s draw, schedule, players, prize money breakdown & more.
San Diego Open 2022: Men’s draw
Even though, the last year’s reigning champion, Casper Ruud will not compete to defend his trophy. The World No. 25, Daniel Evans will hold the first seed in the main draw for this year. The top 8-seed players are:
|Daniel Evans (GB)||1|
|Jenson Brroksby (USA)||2|
|Marcos Giron (USA)||3|
|Pedro Martinez (SPN)||4|
|Brandon Nakashima (USA)||5|
|Alejandro Tabilo (CHI)||6|
|James Duckworth (AUS)||7|
|J. J. Wolf (USA)||8|
San Diego Open 2022: Schedule
It will commence on 19th September, except for the qualifiers rounds, which have already begun. The tournament is scheduled between Sept 19 – 25, 2022. This is the second consecutive year that this tournament is taking place.
Click here to check the highlights of San Diego Open 2021 Finals.
Few players have already advanced to the round of 16 due to bye, therefore, the players are, the top four seeds. Daniel Evans, Jenson Brroksby, Marcos Giron and Pedro Martinez will compete from R16 despite R32. Thus, the semi-final will be played on 24 September, followed by the final on 25 September, starting at 5 PM for Singles and 2 PM for doubles.
Consecutive four days are reserved for R32 and R16, 19 – 22 September. Quarter-finals will be entertained on Friday, 23rd September starting from 11:30 AM (Day Session) followed by 5:30 PM (Night Session).
San Diego Open 2022 is an ATP 250 Tournament comprising 28 players in the main draw. This tour debuted last year (2021) and Casper Ruud, the two-time Grand Slam finalist was the first-time winner. The prize money for this year is declared to be $612,000 and will also be the total financial commitment.
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