Cleveland Open presented by Cleveland Clinic

An ATP 90 Challenger Tour event

January 28 – February 3, 2019


Please call (440) 840-4072 with any questions.


Professional men’s tennis returns to Cleveland with the inaugural Cleveland Open presented by Cleveland Clinic, an ATP Challenger Tour event. Experience an exciting tournament at the beautiful Cleveland Racquet Club this January 28–February 3. 

The Cleveland Open champion will take home 90 ATP World Tour points as well as his share of the $81,240 prize money purse. See more point and prize money information on the ATP Tour website’s Cleveland Open page.

Come watch! Entry is free for the early rounds, and tickets for the Quarterfinals, Semifinals, and Finals can be purchased through the links below. Remember that by supporting the tournament you’re also supporting Inner City Tennis Clinics

Please call (440) 840-4072 with ticketing questions. Watch the live stream here!


Buy tickets below

We are offering three ticketing tiers: General Admission, Elevated, and Reserved Courtside. Scroll down and click on the “Seating Map” tab to view seating locations.

Courtside offers sideline views from banquet chairs.

Elevated seating puts you higher off the court, either in the baseline corner at an angle or on a barstool directly behind the baseline.

General Admission seating is bleacher seating on court level in the corners. 

Please call (440) 840-4072 with ticketing questions.


Support the inaugural Cleveland Open

With your support, we can ensure the Cleveland Open’s success and the continued presence of professional tennis in Cleveland. We’d like to thank all of our corporate sponsors for their support!

Bid on awesome memorabilia in our silent auction here. Proceeds benefit the Cleveland Open.

Directions and parking information

The Cleveland Racquet Club is located at: 
29825 Chagrin Blvd
Pepper Pike, OH 44124

Parking is available on site, with additional nearby lot space if needed. 

Ticketing Category


Rounds of Tournament  




Sunday, February 3




Elevated Seating

Sunday, February 3




For scores, click here.

Court 2:

This page is updated once daily. For live scores and updates, visit the ATP Tour website.


The Cleveland Open presented by Cleveland Clinic has been covered in local news outlets and by the ATP Tour.

Cleveland Debut Highlights January Challenger Slate — Josh Meiseles, ATP Media — January 3, 2019

The ATP gives an overview of the Cleveland Open presented by Cleveland Clinic.

An ATP event returns to NEO for the first time since 1985, via inaugural Cleveland Open— Kevin Kleps, Crain’s Cleveland Business — January 4, 2019

Crain’s Cleveland looks at the history behind the event.

The Inaugural Cleveland Open, the First Local ATP Event in 34 Years, Comes to the Cleveland Racquet Club in Late January — Vince Grzegorek, Cleveland Scene — January 15, 2019

Cleveland Scene highlights the Cleveland Open as the place to be in late January and early February.

Hot Shots: Broady, Smyczek On The Run In Cleveland — ATP Challenger Tour — January 30, 2019

We’ve seen some amazing tennis at this tournament—here, Broady and Smyczek show off their speed during their match.

Bringing The Heat On The Hardwood In Cleveland — ATP Challenger Tour — January 31, 2019

Four of our Challenger competitors got the chance to go to a Cleveland Cavaliers game, where they sat courtside and threw t-shirts and tickets out to the crowd from the court.

About the Challenger Tour

The ATP Challenger Tour is the springboard to fame for the future stars of professional tennis. Since its inception in 1978, the competition at this level has been intense. Players compete for critical ATP Rankings points at these tournaments, which give fans the excitement of watching world-class tennis in a more intimate atmosphere. Furthermore, by providing opportunities for young players to develop their talents, the Challenger Tour ensures the continued success of professional tennis and the growth of the ATP Tour.

About Inner City Tennis Clinics

Inner City Tennis Clinics (ICTC) is a non-profit dedicated to providing Cleveland’s youth with tennis, wellness, fitness literacy, STEM, and creative expression programs to promote hope, healthy living, and productive futures. Tennis is the foundation of their programming, and the Cleveland Open is proud to donate a portion of ticket proceeds to their clinics and support their efforts by bringing pro tennis back to Cleveland. Learn more about ICTC here.


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