The GNP Seguros de Monterrey Open is preparing a high-level series to celebrate its 15th anniversary on both the WTA circuit and the ATP Challenger.
Monterrey It is slowly preparing what its tournaments will be this 2023 season, and it will celebrate its 15th anniversary as part of the tennis calendar. The WTA tournament runs from February 27 to March 5 in the women’s 250 bracket, while the ATP Challenger tournament runs from February 20 to 26, the week before the WTA, and is the men’s 125 bracket. Leylah Fernandez and Fernando Verdasco were the last champions of the tournament.
In addition to high-level matches, a special series of events will be held to celebrate the competition’s anniversary, such as the gala itself, which will take place on February 28 before the night shift. The traditional Children’s Day, on the other hand, is organized on February 19 and Family Day on March 5.
First confirmed for Monterrey WTA tournament
Little by little, the WTA Monterrey lineup is taking shape, led by the world’s No. 4. Caroline Garcia, who is seeking the crown at Club Sonoma in his third appearance in the tournament. Along with the French, there is also a Colombian Camila Osorioa finalist in the latest edition and a Canadian Eugenie Bouchardwhose goal is to continue the climb toward his athletic recovery.
Lots of levels for the Challenger circuit
The Challenger tournament is also not far behind in terms of the first confirmed numbers. Adrian Mannarino He will try to confirm the title he achieved in Monterrey in 2020, using his good feelings on hard courts. The same way for his countryman Benoit couple, who needs to add points as soon as possible to get a tennis court. The latest confirmed so far is Ernesto EscobedoMexico’s representative for the 2023 season.