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Championship History Thirty-Eighth Edition (1985-2019, 2021-2023)

Individual Finals Schedule – Sunday, April 2nd at 1pm

Wild Cards (5) Zizou Berges, Taro Daniel, Emilio Nava, Shang Junsheng, Dominic Thiem

Qualifiers (12) Daniel Altmaier, Nuno Borges, Christopher Eubanks, Christian Garin, Pavel Kotov, Felipe Melegeni Alves, Benoit Baer, ​​Roman Sviollin, Jan-Lennard Struff, Jordan Thompson, Aleksander Vukic, Yusuke Watanuki

Lucky Losers (3) Thanasi Kokkinakis, Aleksandar Kovacevic, Christopher O’Connell

Protected Ratings (3) Kyle Edmund (PR-48), Gael Monfils (PR-35), Guido Bella (PR-75)

Oldest player John Isner (37)

#NextGenATP (5) Shang Juncheng (18), Carlos Alcaraz (19), Holger Rune (19), Ben Shelton (20), Lorenzo Musetti (21)

Tournament record for most titles – Andre Agassi (6), Novak Djokovic (6)

Most wins – Andre Agassi (61)

Youngest Champion – Carlos Alcaraz, 18 years old, in 2022

Oldest Champion – Roger Federer, 37 years old, in 2019

The highest rated champion – 1st place (8 times), the last N. Djokovic in 2016

Lowest rated champion – No. 45 Tim Mayotte in 1985

Another American champion – John Isner in 2018


1 Carlos Alcaraz (Spain) 14-1 (2 titles) 6-1 (2022 titles)

2 Stefanos Tsitsipas (GREECE) 13-3 (Australia. Open Final) 7-4 (2021 QF)

3 Casper Road (North) 4-5 (Indian Wells 3R) 5-3 (2022 Final)

4 Daniil Medvedev 24-3 (3 titles) 9-4 (2021, 2022 QF)

5 Félix Auger-Aliassime (CAN) 11-6 (Doha SF) 6-3 (2019 SF)

6 Andrey Rublev 11-7 (Dubai Final) 8-7 (2021 SF)

7 Holger Rohn (Dunn) 12-6 (Montpellier, Acapulco) 0-0 (2022 Q1)

8 Hubert Hurkacz (Poland) 13-6 (Marseille title) 12-2 (2021 title)

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9 Taylor Fritz (USA) 17-5 (Delight Beach title) 6-6 (2021, 2022 4R)

10 Yannick Sinner (Italy) 16-4 (Montpellier title) 8-2 (2021 final)

11 Cameron Norrie (GBR) 21-4 (Rio de Janeiro title) 4-4 (2022 4R)

12 Frances Tiafoe (USA) 14-4 (Indian Wells SF) 12-5 (2019 QF)

13 Alexander Zverev (Germany) 8-8 (Dubai SF) 13-7 (2018 Final)

14 Karen Khachanov 9-5 (Australian Open SF) 2-6 (2018, 2021 3R)

15 Alex De Minaur (Australia) 12-5 (Acapulco title) 1-3 (2022 rd)

16 Tommy Paul (USA) 14-5 (Acapulco Final) 2-3 (2022 3R)

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Qualifications schedule here

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Monday, March 20th, T1 Qualifiers

Benoit Bayer, guest, On a good day, he starts with a big win over Gijs Brouwer (HOL) 6/2 6/4. Also positive for winner Jeffrey Blanco vs. Rinki Hijikata (Australia) 3/6 6/3 6/4.

Brazilian Felipe Melegeni Alves loses confidence to Nikoloz Basilashvili, 6/4 1/6 6/1. Lukas Klein (SVK) eliminates Matteo Arnaldi (ITA) 6/4 4/6 6/4. Aleksandar Vukic beats compatriot James Duckworth (Australia) 6/1 7/5.

Timofey Skatov, the Kazakh hope, shines with downgrade TDS 4 Emilio Gomez (EQU) 6/2 6/2. He removed Portugal’s Nuno Borges, winner of Sunday’s Phoenix Challenger, 6/4, 6/4.

Tuesday, March 21st, T2 Qualifiers

The belle surprise est signed by Benoit Paire who has enfin su rester constant durant trois sets for éliminer au 2e tour des qualifications solide Thanasa Kokkinakis (AUS) 6/4 4/6 7/5, tout cela avec une place dans le tableau principal à the key.

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On the other hand, Jeffrey Blancano lost to German Daniel Altmaier 6/2 6/2. We also note the qualifications of Christian Garin, Jordan Thompson, Jan-Lennard Struve and Aleksandar Vukic.

Japan’s Yusuke Watanuki is illustrated by Christopher O’Connell. This also applies to the Russian Roman Sviulin and Pavel Kotov.

Felipe Melegeni Alves beat Timofey Skatov (Kazakhstan) 6/4 7/6.

Wednesday, March 22nd

Starting first round matches with Habs Arthur Rinderknech surrendering at 4/1 against Taro Daniel (Japan). Brandon Nakashima logically dominates Oscar Ottey (GER) 6/3 6/4.

JJ Wolf (USA) eliminates Alexander Bublik (Kaz) 7/5 6/3. Marc-Andrea Heussler finally won a match against Spaniard Albert Ramos Vinolas 6/7 7/6 6/3. Guido Bella (ARG) stuns Juan Pablo Varelas (PER) 1/6 6/3 6/2.

Hungarian solid Marton Vosovic makes a logical pass against Pedro Cachin (Argentina) 6/4 7/6. The expected match between Ugo Humbert and Gael Monfils was cut short after giving up the injured bogey in the hand at 3/3.

Serbian Dusan Lajovic, stunning, played a bad trick on Andy Murray, losing 6/4, 7/5. Emil Rossofori ended the winning streak of Portugal’s Nuno Borges, 6/1 6/4.

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