This year’s spring European clay swing will kick off in scenic Marbella at the AnyTech365 Andalucia Open, an ATP 250 tournament set on Spain’s Mediterranean coast.

Contested on a single-year licence in 2021, the event marks the return of world-class tennis to the clay-courts of the historic Club de Tenis Puente Romano in Marbella. The facility opened in 1979 under the management of Swedish legend Bjorn Borg. Forty-two years later, his 17-year-old son Leo Borg is set to make his ATP Tour qualifying debut at the same venue.

Andrey Rublev leads the field in Marbella, with wild card Fabio Fognini and Pablo Carreno Busta also gearing up to hit the court at Estadio Manolo Santana – named after another ATP legend and former Puente Romano club manager.

Marbella has also hosted an ATP Challenger Tour spot since 2018, and was the home of a WTA Tour event between 2009-2011. The city joins longtime Spanish ATP Tour stops Madrid and Barcelona in the clay-court calendar.

Here’s all you need to know about the Marbella tennis tournament: what is the schedule, when is the draw, how to watch and more.

Established: 2021

Tournament Dates: 5-11 April 2021

Tournament Director: Ronnie Leitgeb

Draw Ceremony: Date and time TBA

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* Qualifying: Sunday, 4 April (12pm); Monday, 5 April (11am)
* Main draw: Monday, 5 April – Sunday, 11 April at 12 pm (except Friday at
* Doubles final: Sunday, 11 April at 12pm
* Singles final: Sunday, 11 April not before 2pm

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Venue: Club de Tenis Puente Romano
Surface: Clay

Prize Money: €408,800 (Total Financial Commitment: €408,800)

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