Delray Beach Open

February 11, 2022
February 20, 2022

Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center, 201 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33444

Tennis Greats Compete

See current and past legends of professional tennis compete at the 2021 Delray Beach Open. This ATP 250 tournament consists of competitive, single-elimination singles and doubles events, featuring some of the top-ranked men's professionals in the world. There's also an ATP Champions Tour Legends Team Event, which will see former top-10 players team up for a showdown of Team Americas vs. Team World. 


All-Star Lineup

Current ATP Tour pros committed to the 2020 Delray Beach Open include Juan Martin del Potro, Kei Nishikori, Milos Raonic and Nick Kyrgios. The Bryan Brothers, the winningest doubles team of all time, will make their 12th appearance in Delray Beach. Teen tennis sensation (and hometown favorite) Coco Gauff is scheduled to play a special exhibition match on Saturday, Feb. 15. 

Among the all-time greats set to compete in the Champions event include James Blake, Tommy Haas, David Ferrer, Marco Baghdatis and Boca Raton local Vince Spadea.

Serve and Volley

The center court competition is just one aspect of this nationally televised tournament. The Delray Beach Open welcomes more than 60,000 spectators over 10 days, while hosting Pro-Am matches, live music performances, corporate events and social happenings.

Sign up for the Legends Clinic and learn from Grand Slam legends. The second-annual Game, Set, Pour event features unlimited samplings from local breweries, wineries and restaurants, with proceeds benefiting Love Serving Autism. Attend luncheons, VIP parties and fantasy experiences. And on Sunday, Feb. 16, bring the kids out for USTA Florida Kidz & Family Day. 

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​More to Do

There's so much to do between matches in Delray Beach, which has been named the "Most Fun Small Town" in the U.S. by Rand McNally and USA Today

All the hard court action happens in the heart of Atlantic Avenue, one of the most electric destinations in The Palm Beaches. Explore a diverse array of fun restaurants, bars, boutiques and nightlife – all a short walk from the beach. Just a block away from the Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center is Old School Square, an eclectic arts complex that's home to galleries, performance spaces and the Cornell Art Museum. Venture a little further to Pineapple Grove to discover yet another trove of creativity, dining and culture.

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