Held at the Acapulco Princess Mundo Imperial, the ATP 500 event switched to blue hard courts in 2014 after 20 years on clay. The Acapulco tournament enjoyed record attendance in 2019, welcoming more than 55k fans.
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Tsitsipas arrived in Acapulco looking to build on a streak of solid results, including a semi-final run at the Australian Open and the AMRO ABN World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam. The Greek player will meet #NextGenATP Italian Lorenzo Musetti for a shot at his first championship match of 2021.
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Doubles finalists Skupski/Skupski also react to the earthquake. Not even an earthquake was able to stop Alexander Zverev in his semi-final on Friday evening at the Abierto Mexicano Telcel presentado por HSBC. With Dominik Koepfer serving at 40/15 in the first game of the second set, there were tremors that shook the stadium.
Tsitsipas extended his stay in Acapulco, completing his fourth victory, when Musetti hit a short backhand into the net. The Greek, who barely put a foot wrong, won 22 of his 26 first-service points and struck 17 of his 23 winners off his forehand. He will now look to capture his sixth ATP Tour crown on Saturday against Zverev.
The Mexican Open is a joint professional tennis tournament played on outdoor hard courts, and held annually in late February at the Fairmont Acapulco Princess in Acapulco, Mexico. It was played on outdoor red clay courts until 2013. The change to hard courts was introduced in 2014. The Mexican Open is part of the ATP Tour 500 series on the ATP Tour, and of the WTA International tournaments on the WTA Tour. The tournament was introduced on the ATP Tour in 1993, and began on the WTA Tour in 2001.