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Tsitsipas does not renounce his father

  • The Greek changed coaches last year, but decided to return to his father Apostolos Tsitsipas as his coach.
  • The 2023 Los Cabos champion will return to the ATP 250 to defend his title.

Mexico City, November 9, 2023.- In Mexico we say that “blood calls” when family ties are strengthened and endure despite adversity. This popular saying or Mexican proverb applies very well to what Stefanos Tsitsipas experienced in recent months after concluding the relationship with his father as his coach, starting a new stage with Mark Philippoussis as his coach and weeks later returning to his father Apostolos Tsitsipas. 

The father-son bond has been successful since the beginning of his career. At his side, the Greek has managed to win 10 titles, including two championships at the Monte-Carlo Masters 1000 (2020 and 2021) and lifted in 2019 the ATP Finals title in London. 

The working relationship between Stafanos and Apostolos had a break at the beginning of 2023, but the Greek tennis player, current champion of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo, failed to adapt to the style and training program of Australian Mark Philippoussis, so he decided to return to his “origins”. 

Just at the Paris Masters 1000, Stafanos Tsitsipas reached 300 career victories, no small feat for a 25-year-

old tennis player. To reach this figure, he owes much to the experience and support of his father from the stands as coach.

Since the beginning of his career as a professional in 2016, Tsitsipas had a rapid and sustained rise in the ATP rankings, on October 23, 2017 he entered the Top 100 of the best players in the world and in less than a year (in October 2018) he was already in the group of the best 20 tennis players on the planet. 

Undoubtedly, having the Greek again in Mexican lands will be a show for the fans that will gather in February in Los Cabos and, what better, than accompanied by his father and mentor in his sporting career. 

Technical data

Name: Stephanos Tsitsipas

Age: 25 years old

Date and place of birth: August 12, 1998 in Athens, Greece

Current ATP Ranking: 6th (as of November 6, 2023)

Best ATP ranking: 3rd

Coach: Apostolos Tsitsipas

ATP titles: 10 championships 

1-Stockholm (2018)

2-Marseille (2019)

3-Estoril (2019)

4-ATP Finals (2019)

5-Marseille (2020)

6-Lyon (2021)

7-ATP Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo

8-Mallorca (2022)

9-ATP Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo

MIFEL TENNIS OPEN BY TELCEL OPPO 2024, confirms four Top 10 players for its eighth edition

  • Rune, Tsitsipas, Ruud, and Zverev have confirmed their participation in the eighth edition of the tournament in Los Cabos. 
  • The ATP 250 event will take place from February 19th to 24th, 2024, one week before the Abierto Mexicano de Tenis in Acapulco.

Mexico City, September 26, 2023 – Five months before the Mexican Back to Back’s debut, starting with the eighth edition of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo, to be held between February 19 and 24, 2024, Mextenis has confirmed the participation of four players currently ranked in the ATP Top 10. Holger Rune (No.4), Stefanos Tsitsipas (No.5), Casper Ruud (No.9), and Alexander Zverev (No.10) are the stars of a lineup that promises to be legendary for an ATP 250 event.

The Greek player Stefanos Tsitsipas will return to the Cabo Sports Complex (CSC) to defend his 2023 title, one of the ten titles he boasts at just 25 years old. On the other hand, Los Cabos will host three debutants. Danish player Holger Rune, who achieved his highest ranking in August of this year and currently holds the No. 4 spot in the world, is one of the young promises to watch on the circuit, even mentioned by the legend Roger Federer. At 20 years old, Rune, who made his professional debut in 2020, already has four titles, including a Masters 1000 in Paris.

Also, Norwegian player Casper Ruud, currently No. 9 but who reached No. 2 a year ago, will debut at the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo. At 24 years old, he has 10 ATP titles and has competed in three Grand Slam finals, two of them at Roland Garros, his favorite surface. Lastly, there is the German Alexander Zverev, who has returned to the Top 10 after a long injury recovery and will finally make his debut in a tournament in a destination he is already familiar with. Sascha also reached the second spot in the rankings in 2022. He has accumulated 20 titles at 26 years old and also won Olympic gold in Tokyo.

“Undoubtedly, we will have one of the best lineups in the tournament’s history. This event has been consolidating over the years, and more and more players want to come and experience it and compete in Los Cabos. We are very excited about our new date; it marks a new era for the organization for Mextenis, and we hope it will be excellent for the fans. We are confident that it will benefit everyone,” commented the tournament director, José Antonio Fernández.

The eighth edition will be memorable for fans as, for the first time, the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo is being held in February, leaving the summer behind. This adjustment in the calendar benefits both the fans and the tournament’s organization, and, of course, the players who will have more comfortable logistics for the two major ATP tennis events in Mexico.

The Cabo Sports Complex (CSC) is a multifunctional sports complex with magnificent facilities and exquisite architectural design, built in collaboration between Mextenis and Olarena. Constructed on an area of more than 4 hectares, it features a stadium with a capacity for 3,500 fans, a Grandstand for 1,500 people, and three courts that can be adapted to accommodate up to 800 spectators, in addition to a special area for the players. Tickets for the eighth edition are already on sale.

The Los Cabos ATP 250 will have a main singles draw of 28 players and 16 doubles pairs.

New champion in Los Cabos: Stefanos Tsitsipas

  • The Greek will move up one place in the rankings after winning the 250 title in Los Cabos.
  • In his second final in Mexico, he adds his tenth title and first of the 2023 season.

Los Cabos, August 5, 2023.- It was a dream final at the MIfel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo between top seed Stefanos Tsitsipas and Australian Alex de Miñaur, the last champion in Acapulco. In one hour and 27 minutes, the Greek triumphed in his second final on Mexican soil and won 6-3, 6-4 to win his tenth title.

It was the tenth meeting between the two and for the first time in his career Tsitsipas has a 10-0 record against the same opponent. De Miñaur ended his streak of 9 consecutive wins in Mexico. Now Stefanos, who will turn 25 on August 12, will climb to No. 4 in the ATP rankings after his first title of 2023 after starting the season as the star of the Australian Open. The Greek had not been crowned champion since Majorca 2022, ending a 10-month drought.

“The trophy will have a special place in my house. I’ll take the positives from the week, I think I had good matches and it’s the start. We experienced some good tennis, good competition. I’m happy to leave with the trophy and the title” he said in conference after his final.

Six-time Grand Slam semifinalist and with such success with the Mexican public, Tsitsipas confirmed his presence for the February 2024 back to back, so his presence, subject to injuries, is guaranteed in Los Cabos and Acapulco.

Alex de Miñaur was close to his eighth title and a double in Mexico, but lost his serve twice in each set to fall to the Greek, who closed his participation in the Cabo Tennis Open with 28 aces.

Tsitsipas was dominant in his four matches played in Los Cabos and in the end lifted the title. He assures that he will always prioritize coming to Mexico over Washington because of the deal. At the end he concluded joking that what he longs for the most is a lemon ice cream that he tasted in Acapulco and that he will seek this year to surpass the ranking of his girlfriend Paula Badosa who became second in the world.

Mexican Santiago Gonzalez lifts doubles title at Los Cabos

  • Gonzalez and Frenchman Edouard Roger-Vasselin won their third title of the year.
  • The Mexican achieves his first win in Mexico

Los Cabos, August 5, 2023.- Mexican Santiago Gonzalez and Frenchman Edouard Roger-Vasselin, top seeds, defeated German Dominik Koepfer and Australian Andrew Harris to lift the doubles title at the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo held this week in Los Cabos.

The Mexican and the Frenchman won 6-4, 7-5 in one hour and 23 minutes to win their third title of the year after the Miami and Marseille Masters 1000 titles.

After the triumph at the Los Cabos ATP 250, Gonzalez joined compatriots Miguel Angel Reyes Varela, who won in 2018 alongside Salvadoran Marcelo Arevalo, and Hans Hach Verdugo, who along with American John Isner were champions in 2021.

The first set was defined in favor of the winners as they broke their opponents in the third game and then defended their serve for 3-1. Then both pairs held their serve until reaching 6-4.

In the second set the break for Gonzalez and Vasselin also came in the third game and they reached a 5-4 lead, but the German and the Australian broke for 5-5. Gonzalez and Vasselin recovered the break and defended their serve for 7-5.

“(Winning the title in Mexico) was something I had nailed on and well to get it today was a dream come true along with the help of Edouard. We did a good job at the end of the day and we are very happy. I’m very happy to finally win at home, trophy number 21 and to continue having a great year,” said Gonzalez after the match.

Gonzalez claimed his first title in Mexico in his second final, his first coming at the Acapulco Open 500 in 2015 alongside Poland’s Mariusz Fyrstenberg.

Stefanos Tsitsipas is first confirmed for back to back in 2024

  • Tournament Director Geoffrey Fernandez confirmed the first player for the Los Cabos and Acapulco editions in February 2024.
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas to star in Los Cabos ATP 250 final against Aussie Alex de Miñaur

Los Cabos, August 5, 2023.- Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas, current World No.5, was confirmed as the first player to attend the Los Cabos ATP 250 and Acapulco ATP 500 tournaments to be held in consecutive weeks in Mexico in February and March 2024, announced Jose Antonio Fernandez, director of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo.

“I can confirm to you that Tsitsipas will be with us and also that we will have two other Top 10 players in the back to back. Stefanos has told us that he wants to return to Mexico and we are very happy with his decision. He is a very beloved player with the fans and it can be said that we have started very well on the road to the two tournaments we have in 2024,” said Fernandez at the closing conference of the seventh edition in Los Cabos.

He recalled that the Greek, who will be 25 years old on August 12, has achieved a connection with the Mexican public because of the way he gives his all on the court.

He was also proud and excited about the final of the tournament between the Greek and Australian Alex de Miñaur.

“The result is a wonderful final, several players have achieved both finals and not to mention the doubles tournament with Santiago Gonzalez. He is going through his best moment at this age, it would be wonderful if he won, he deserves it. They were long days but the tennis level was very high. He also highlighted the participation of the young Mexicans who were participating in this edition,” he added.

Fernandez reminded that the eighth edition of the Cabo Tennis Open tournament will be played from February 19 to 24, while the 31st edition of the Abierto Mexicano Telcel presented by HSBC will take place from February 26 to March 2.

“We are practically with a Grand Slam in two venues, more complicated, but the challenge is going to be for us. There are several companies, four or five that have more than one tournament on the ATP tour, but we are the only ones that have the challenge of doing them in consecutive weeks,” he said.

The executive also took advantage of the conference to make a balance of the tournament and advanced preliminary estimates and said that the tournament generated an economic revenue greater than last year’s 109 million pesos.
“The numbers will improve in February. There will be better weather and that is going to work in the tournament’s favor. The biggest challenge this year was the heat. On the other hand, on Wednesday the stadium was already at 91% capacity and in 2024 hotel occupancy will be at 90%.”

Regarding the attendance at the tournament, Fernandez pointed out that this year the tournament registered an attendance that exceeded 31 thousand spectators. In addition, direct and indirect jobs were generated and are growing,” he assured.

The double of Mexican tournaments in the ATP calendar adapts to the needs of the tennis players who will be able to tour the Mexican territory before traveling to the Indian Wells Masters 1000 in California.

“Last and not least is the work to do with the San Jose home with up to 50 children who have many needs. A long term project and leaves more footprint in the community. It is the right way to support children,” he concluded about the social responsibility program Play for All!

Title in Mexico, a dream about to be fulfilled by Santiago Gonzalez

  • The Mexican alongside Frenchman Edouard Roger-Vasselin is looking for his first title in his homeland.

Los Cabos, August 5, 2023.- Mexican Santiago Gonzalez, currently fifth in the ATP doubles ranking, will try to fulfill this Saturday at the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo a long-cherished dream, to lift a title in Mexico.

Gonzalez, 40, has so far had his best season as a professional by winning the Miami Masters 1000 title and having outstanding performances in other tournaments such as Marseille, where he was also champion.

“Our goal is to reach Turin and play the ATP doubles finals and we are on that path, this year has been good for us,” Gonzalez told media.

About his participation in the seventh edition of the 250 tournament in Los Cabos, the Mexican pointed out that the important thing for him and his partner is always to compete and give their best in every match.

“I know that if I have a good week, a good tournament, I have a good chance to win. I like to play at home with the support of the public and hopefully this can be my week and if not, nothing happens, I will enjoy the tournament and focus on everything that comes next,” he said.

Gonzalez, who has been constant in his participations in the Acapulco Open 500 and the Cabo Tennis Open, acknowledged that as a Mexican tennis player “it is a dream to win in Mexico, although first of all his goal in the end will always be to win matches and all matches count for the ranking and hopefully we can achieve it”.

He recalled that tournaments are only won by a couple and in tennis, as in many sports, you lose more times than you win.

“The important thing is to keep adding victories and points for the ranking, that is the expectation for the rest of the year. For us this is the first tournament of the summer and the U.S. tour is coming up and hopefully we can start off on the right foot,” he said.

After qualifying for the final in Los Cabos, the Mexican and the Frenchman will be looking for their third title of the year after the titles they won together, the Miami Masters 1000 and the Marseille tournament.

“In the finals this year we have done well and tomorrow we want to win and I hope that with the push of the fans it will be a great day for us,” he added.

Gonzalez will be looking for his first title tonight in Mexico in his second final, the first he signed at the Mexican Open in Acapulco in 2015 alongside Poland’s Mariusz Fyrstenberg.

At the Los Cabos ATP 250, two Mexicans reached the final and won it, the first was Miguel Ángel Reyes Varela alongside Salvadoran Marcelo Arévalo in 2018 and the second was Hans Hach Verdugo alongside American John Isner in 2021.

Tsitsipas and De Miñaur reach Los Cabos final

  • The Acapulco champion and the favorite at the Cabo Tennis Open will meet in the final of the seventh edition of the tournament.

Los Cabos, August 4, 2023.- Australian Alex de Miñaur, fifth seeded, extended this Friday his victories on Mexican soil to nine and with today’s victory he reached his 13th final on the ATP Tour. De Miñaur, current world number 19, opened the fifth day’s activity at the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo and in two hours and 25 minutes overcame seventh-seeded German Dominik Koepfer, who suffered discomfort in his left arm during the match.

The Australian, champion at the beginning of March at the Acapulco Open 500, now has the chance to seek a Mexican double by reaching the final at Los Cabos.

During the match Koepfer felt uncomfortable from the first games of the match until he fell 6-2 in the first set in only 32 minutes and even got to tears due to the pain in his arm and for the second set he called the doctor, took a pill for the pain and put a stability sleeve on his arm.

The improvement was great as he managed to get 4-1 in the second set and finally demanded a tie break from the last champion of Acapulco, which he won. That second set lasted one hour and 21 minutes and Koepfer seemed to come back and give the surprise, however for the third set, the Australian beat him 6-1.

“I’ve played well in Mexico this year, so I think next year I’ll have to look at exactly what the weeks are, but it makes sense for me to come back here. I work hard to feel good on the court, it’s something that will never fail me,” said De Miñaur after his match.

Later, Greek top seed Stefanos Tsitsipas and Croatian Borna Coric, tied at 3-3 in direct duels, defined the second finalist, a ticket that the Greek won in a remarkable way. The world No. 5 managed to make the score 4-3 against the fourth-seeded Croatian, and settled in his 27th ATP final, third of 2023, in which he will seek his tenth career title and the first of 2023.

Coric was down 3-6 in the first set and by the second his level dropped considerably. Tsitsipas had no setback to close out the second set 6-2 and settle the match in one hour and 11 minutes.

In the final, Tsitsioas has a 9-0 record against De Miñaur and is the favorite to lift the title this Saturday in the final of the ATP 250 of Los Cabos.

Santiago Gonzalez and Edouard Roger-Vasselin reach doubles final

  • The Mexican and the Frenchman will look for their third title of the year.
  • Gonzalez is looking for his first title in Mexico

Los Cabos, August 4, 2023.- Mexican Santiago Gonzalez and Frenchman Edouard Roger-Vasselin, top seeds, advanced this Friday to the doubles final of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo being held in Los Cabos.

Gonzalez and Roger-Vasselin defeated Colombian Nicolas Barrientos and Swede Andre Goransson 6-7, 6-4, 10-8 in a hard-fought match in two hours and one minute.

With hard fought points, the Mexican and the Frenchman recovered after losing the opening set, won the second and came out on top in the super tie break.

“We knew the match was not going to be easy at all and we leave very happy with the fight we had the whole match, it’s one more step and hopefully tomorrow we will have a good match,” said Gonzalez after the match.

He said that they have a certain advantage for playing at home with the support of the public, but warned that the final will be difficult.

After qualifying for the final in Los Cabos, the Mexican and the Frenchman will be looking for their third title of the year after the Miami and Marseille Master 1000 titles.

“If today’s match was complicated, tomorrow’s will be even more so and we will have to play well. In the finals this year we have done well and tomorrow we want to win and I hope that with the push of the fans it will be a great day for us,” he added.

In addition, Gonzalez is looking for his first title in Mexico in his second final, the first one he signed at the Acapulco Open 500 in 2015 alongside Poland’s Mariusz Fyrstenberg.

At the Los Cabos ATP 250, two Mexicans reached the final and won it, the first was Miguel Ángel Reyes Varela alongside Salvadoran Marcelo Arévalo in 2018 and the second was Hans Hach Verdugo alongside American John Isner in 2021.

Gonzalez and Vasselin will clash in the final against the winning pair of the duel between Ecuadorian Diego Hidalgo and Colombian Cristian Rodriguez (COL) against German Dominik Koepfer and Australian Andrew Harris.

PLAY FOR ALL! Social responsibility program is a priority for Mextenis

  • PLAY FOR ALL! Social responsibility program is a priority for Mextenis

Los Cabos, August 3, 2023.- Year after year the objective is not lost. Contributing to the local community of Los Cabos is a priority for the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo and Mextenis. During the seventh edition of the ATP 250 tournament, director Geoffrey Fernandez, explained the different projects encompassed by the social responsibility area known as Play For All! and revealed details about the new program focused on children from a DIF children’s home.

“We reached a unanimous agreement with the Mayor’s Office and its agencies and considered that it was more relevant to support a home that is just starting and has many requirements. The home cares for newborn children and up to 17 year old adolescents who have many needs. Initially the project, in 2022, was to build a tennis court, but we agreed to change to this incredible new project, we are going to join the task from now on, to improve the structure and equipment of their school. Our architects have already come and made a survey with the construction,” shared Fernández excitedly.
“What was going to be invested for the field in 2022, will be added together with that of 2023. It is a long-term commitment, we consider that it is more important and leaves more of an impact on so many children. This is the best way to continue contributing to the community, what Mextenis has done since it arrived in Los Cabos,” he added.

Geoffrey Fernandez explained that no ideal land was found to install the court and after a consensus in which different authorities were also involved, it was decided that it was of greater relevance to support children and families.

In this sense, the second edition of Family Day was also held this Wednesday at the Cabo Sports Complex (CSC), where 70 local families and the children of the DIF children’s home were invited to experience a day of many emotions through the connection with sports.

“If the children today want to do outdoor activities it is impossible because of the weather, we are going to create a roof in the courtyard of their school so that they have a more adapted space. We are going to remodel all the dormitories, improve the furniture, bunk beds, closets, kitchen equipment, expansion in areas, it is an ambitious and very exciting project,” said the tournament director.
He also said that the court that was painted in a public school in the municipality was done in conjunction with the company Comex and that Mextenis will be doing the same in public areas of Acapulco in the coming years.

“At the end of each tournament we also donate sports material to schools, balls and implements, this so that the children have material for sports activities. In addition to hydration. Finally we have the work of Becar, a program in which this year we are going to give up to 65 scholarships for schools that do not have the system or software for children to receive English classes, a very important learning tool in Los Cabos,” concluded the director about the Play For All! program.

Tsitsipas moves into semis at Los Cabos

  • During the early hours of the fourth day of activities in Los Cabos, the second semifinal of the singles draw was defined.

Los Cabos, August 4, 2023.- Greek Stefanos Tsitipas, top seed at the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo, knew it was going to be a tough match against Nicolas Jarry (No. 28). The Chilean is coming off solid weeks on the circuit, where he even took Carlos Alcaraz to four sets at Wimbledon and during the seventh edition of the ATP 250 tournament in Los Cabos, he did not disappoint by putting on a great show against the favorite in the stellar match at the Estadio Mextenis.

However, the world No. 5 managed to overcome a battle that lasted 3 hours, with two tie breaks in the first two sets, to finally define the score in his favor 6-7(7), (7)7-6, 6-2 and thus continue with perfect pace his debut in the Mexican tournament.

This was the first meeting on hard court between the two, since the two previous times that the Chilean had beaten Tsitsipas was on grass, while Stefanos had a previous victory against him on clay. Now the favorite in the ATP 250, continues in search of his tenth title in the circuit and first in 2023 after regaining his focus on the clay.

“I feel good and let’s go for the next one. Sometimes it seems that this kind of matches are necessary for continuity in a tournament. You get to play tennis at a lot of intensity at a high level. I hope I can move stronger from now on and take as much as I can” assured an exhausted Stefanos Tsitsipas after his match.

While Jarry, who even vomited during the match due to the physical demand in which the game unfolded, confessed that “There is progress, I try to stay with that. That’s how matches against the best are, they are small details that we have to make strong and it’s the only way to do it. These types of players don’t give you one,” he concluded after 1 a.m. in Los Cabos.

At the end of the match, it was the turn of the Croatian Borna Coric against Ilya Ivashka, where the fourth seed managed to beat the Belarusian 6-3, 6-4 to seal his pass to the semifinals in Los Cabos, where he will face Stefanos Tsitsipas this Friday.

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The accreditation for national and international media must be done through the website from June 19th, 2023 until July 17th, 2023. It´s important to mention that under no circumstances will media applications be received after the closing date.

All applications for national and international media accreditation must comply with the following requirements established by Mextenis:


  • The journalist, photographer or cameraman selected to cover the event by each media outlet must complete the corresponding application form.
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A maximum of one (1) web journalist without a photographer may be credited. A website ( will be available for downloading graphic and audiovisual content during and after the event. This material can be downloaded free of charge and will be available to all.

The applicant must submit audited traffic data of the last two years (expressed as unique IP addresses per year).

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A maximum of one (1) reporter, one (1) cameraman and one (1) editor may be credited.

Television networks wishing to be credited must comply with the following regulations:

  1. ESPN has the exclusive broadcast rights of all live the matches during the event.
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Creditations will not be issued after the date indicated.

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The Press Room will be operating from Saturday, July 29th until August 5th, 90 minutes after the end of the event.

The press room will be equipped with:

  • WIFI service
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Photographers' and cameramen's badges will be handed out in the press room.

There will be a website ( for which both credited and non-credited media will have access to download content, graphic and audiovisual material before, during and after the event. The material available will be free of charge for all media.


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Organizing Committee

América Jiménez