Mexican Tennis Open studies alternatives after Hurricane Otis
The organizers of the Mexican Tennis Open They are studying alternatives to hold the tournament scheduled to be played from February 26 to March 2, 2024 in the spa of Acapulcowhipped by him Hurricane Otis.
In a press release released this Wednesday, Mextenis, the organizing company of the ATP 500 tournament, explained that on Monday members of the company visited the tournament arena facilities and The directors have been in charge of analyzing the different alternatives to hold the tournament.
Mextenis did not reveal the state of the Acapulco sand, but assured that “They will announce a decision as soon as possible.”
He Hurricane Otis generated in Acapulco economic losses of 16 billion dollars and the damage reached 80 percent of the hotels in Acapulco, 16,000 homes and 20,000 vehicles, in addition to 48 dead.
The organizers mentioned that They delivered humanitarian aid collected at their collection center and asked to continue donating to the victims.
The 2024 edition of the Mexican Open has the Greek as its main figures in its main draw Stefanos Tsitsipassixth racket in the world, the Norwegian Casper Ruud (seventh), the German Alexander Zverev (octave) and the American Taylor Fritz (ninth).
For the first time in history, the Acapulco event, the most important in Mexico on the ATP tour, was going to be held two days after the Los Cabos Openthe other tennis tournament that Mextenis runs.
The Mexican Open has been held since 1993 and has had the Spanish as its top champions Rafael Nadal and David Ferrertogether with the Austrian Thomas Musterall with four titles.
In the 2023 edition, which commemorated the 30 years of the competition, the winner was the Australian Alex de Minaur who won his first title in the tournament by defeating the American Tommy Paul in the final.
(With information from EFE)
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