San Diego Open Starts September 27 – Here’s What We Know

San Diego Open

San Diego Open Starts September 27 - Here's What We Know
San Diego Open Starts September 27 - Here's What We Know

The following article is about the San Diego Open which will be starting soon. With all the forms of sports coming back to their previous forms, fans all over the world cannot contain their joy. The Covid 19 pandemic is a bit under control now, so all the sports associations decided against resuming all kinds of sports. Just like all the football leagues in Europe and the NBA, the Tennis association also took the initiative of starting the season 0f 2021/22 just like old times. All the ATP Tours, along with the Open tournaments and Grand slams.

A few days back, the Slovenia Open 2021, ended and everyone was happy to have their favorite players back in action. But this is not all, the San Diego Open starting date has been announced with all the details based on the tournament. Several high-profile players will be taking part in it. With a change of pace, everyone will be left satisfied. Tennis, being of the popular sports in the world, will have several spectators, are will cheer for their favorite player. The San Diego Open is one of the tournaments under the ATP 250 Tournaments. Keep on reading the article to know more about the San Diego Open.

When Will San Diego Open Start?

The San Diego Open 2021 is going to start from 27th September 2021 and come to an end on 3rd October 2021. The tennis fans are going to have a full week of continuous tennis action that they can enjoy. For the first few days, qualifiers will take place. The quarter-finals, semi-finals, and finals will happen from the 1st of October. There will be several categories that will be played. Both male and female and even the doubles category are included in the San Diego Open. As the Asian tournaments of 2021 were canceled due to the ongoing pandemic, San Diego Open is compensation for that.

San Diego Open Starts September 27 - Here's What We Know
San Diego Open 2021 – Andrey Rublev

When Can We Watch San Diego Open?

The San Diego Open 2021 will be broadcasted live from 11:30 A.M. according to Pacific Time. It will be live from Chicago, San Diego. This will go on from the 27th of September till the 1st of October. Now coming to the semi-final stages, this is going to take place on 2nd October. The coverage will begin from 2 P.M. according to Pacific Time. The final will take place on 3rd October and the coverage will begin sharply at 3:30 P.M. according to the Pacific Time. There will be daily recap shows so that no one misses the matches. The match can be watched on Tennis Channel Live, Star Sports Network, ESPN+, and other regional sports channels. It can be streamed on Jio TV.

Details on the San Diego Open 2021

This is the first time that the San Diego Open is going to be played. Currently, the qualifiers of the San Diego Open are going on for the singles category. Several matches have already been played, and others are yet to be played. In the case of the double category, no matches have been played, but the schedule and matches have been announced. Recently the U.S. Open ended with Emma Raducanu as the champion. The fans will be looking to get the same entertainment from the San Diego Open.

San Diego Open Starts September 27 - Here's What We Know
San Diego Open 2021- Andy Murray

As mentioned above, several high-profile players will be entering the tournament, as well as several high-profile matches. The first name that will come up is Andy Murray. Yes, you heard it right; the former world no.1 will enter the tournament as a wild card. Apart from him, world no.5, Andrey Rublev, and world no.11, Felix Auger-Aliasimme, will also play in the tournament. Andy Murray will face Brandon Nakashima, world rank no.85, in his first match. With the progression of the tournament, there will be a lot more interesting matches taking place. The female and the doubles category are also not behind. Keep an eye on the San Diego Open to know more. Tell us what you think about the latest ATP 250 tournament. Do give your feedback on the article.