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Thompson also wines doubles in historic day in Los Cabos

  • The Australian played and won three matches in less than 8 hours at the closing of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo 2024.

Los Cabos February 24, 2024.- Australian Jordan Thompson signed an unforgettable night in his career. After defeating Norwegian Casper Ruud in the final of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo 2024.

The star player played two doubles matches, a semifinal and a final after winning his first singles title.

He played the three matches in less than eight hours, five hours on the court, in the same day and between Saturday night and early Sunday morning.

After the singles final, the doubles semifinal that was pending between the two protagonists of the final was played. Casper Ruud sought revenge along with American William Blumberg to face the Australian pair formed precisely by Jordan Thompson and Max Purcell, however in two sets it was defined in favor of the singles champion.

Thompson crowned a historic day in his career. He reaffirmed an incredible week after defeating in the doubles final the duo of Ecuadorian Gonzalo Escobar and Kazakh Aleksandr Nedovyesov.

The Australians achieved the ultimate goal and in two sets and tiebreak defeated powerful opponents who had had a better break 7-5, 7-6(2). With that Thompson wrote his name in the ATP history books after playing three matches in the same day.


  • The eighth seed of the tournament defeated against all odds the first and fourth favorites on his way to the title.

Los Cabos, February 24, 2024 – There is a new champion at the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo in Los Cabos. Australian Jordan Thompson closed a dream week in Mexico to lift the first title of his career at the age of 29 and as the No. 40 in the world.

After defeating world No. 12 Casper Ruud in the final of the ATP 250, the player declared that he felt it was a miracle, as he managed to surprise his rivals and the fans in one of the most competitive draws the tournament has had in its eight-year history.

In the quarterfinals he staged the best comeback of the week, in the semifinals he eliminated the top seed and world No. 6, Alexander Zverev, and in the final he assumed his role in his third tour final, beating Norwegian Casper Ruud 6-3, 7-6(4) in 2 hours and 2 minutes.

Ruud thanked his team for the support and congratulated Thompson’s team during the award ceremony.

In the match, the Norwegian committed three double faults and was erratic with his first serve. He failed to save the break points of his opponent, who managed to convert 80% of his points with his first serve to win the first set.
In that set both lost serve twice until the tiebreak, where Ruud could not find the formula to break Thompson’s serve, who was solid at that stage and throughout the match.

The Australian was an uncomfortable competitor and although the conditions of the tournament had benefited Ruud’s game, the Australian took advantage of the momentum and gave a lesson in mental toughness.

“It’s a feeling like no other. Incredible match, incredible week, Casper is an incredible player, Grand Slam finalist. It was a great effort to be here today. I really appreciate the support from the

crowd, very loud and of course I’ll have to come back. I still have to play doubles, I focus on the present. A lot of players have a career without winning titles, without playing finals and you can’t fall apart,” said Jordan Thompson after his great victory.

The Australian will jump in the ranking to reach the Top 35 as of Monday and with that he will reach the best position of his career ahead of his participation in the Abierto Mexicano Telcel presented by HSBC in Acapulco, next week, where he will face in the first round a player coming from the qualy.

With his victory, Thompson put his name alongside Los Cabos champions including Ivo Karlovic, Sam Querrey, Fabio Fognini, Diego Schwartzman, Cameron Norrie, Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas.

Escobar and Nedovyesov qualify for doubles final

  • They defeated Mexico’s Reyes Varela and Argentina’s Andreozzi in the semifinals.

Los Cabos, February 24, 2024.- Mexican Miguel Angel Reyes Varela and Argentine Guido Andreozzi were eliminated in the semifinals of the doubles tournament of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo 2024 that ends this Saturday in Los Cabos.

Reyes Varela and Andreozzi lost 6-2, 6-3 to Gonzalo Escobar, from Ecuador, and Aleksandr Nedovyesov, from Kazakhstan, who will now play in the final, although they have had to wait to know their rivals.

It was a complicated match for Reyes Varela and Andreozzi, as they suffered two breaks and their rivals held serve four times in the first set for a 6-2 win.

In the second set, the Mexican and Argentinean took a 3-0 lead by defending their serve twice and breaking their rivals, but then came the reaction of Escobar and Nedovyesov, who broke three times for a 6-3 lead.

The second doubles semifinal with Norwegian Casper Ruud and William Blumberg of the United States against fourth-seeded Australians Max Purcell and Jordan Thompson will be played this Saturday after the singles final, which will feature Ruud and Thompson. 

The winning pair of that final, after a break, will face Escobar and Nedovyesov in the final. 

This decision was made by the ATP, together with the tournament organizers and the players because Ruud and Thompson advanced to the singles final and were still alive in the doubles. 

Ruud VS Thompson in the final

  • The final of the eighth edition of the ATP 250 is set and will pit fourth-seeded Casper Ruud against surprise package Jordan Thompson.

Los Cabos, February 24, 2024.- The Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo will celebrate an unprecedented final in Los Cabos after one of the favorites and a surprise opponent in one of the best weeks of his career, Casper Ruud (No.12) and Jordan Thompson (No.40) managed to advance to the decisive match.

The first semifinal on day five pitted two players who shared throughout the week that the tournament conditions benefited their game. With a 1-1 head-to-head record (both previous duels in 2021) there were high expectations for the third battle between Ruud and Tsitsipas, and after an hour 49-minute duel that was decided 6-4, 7-6(4) in favor of the Norwegian, the match did not disappoint.

Ruud, seeded fourth, managed to convert 88% of points with his first serve and saved the five breaks he had in the match. In the first set, he took the lead at 5-3 and in 39 minutes showed that having arrived since Tuesday prior to the start of the tournament was key to acclimatize to the Cabo Tennis Open court. For the second set, defending champion Stefanos Tsitsipas (No. 11), got into rhythm but the difference was minimal in the tiebreak. The Greek had 12 aces on one side, but also one double fault and six unforced errors.

“It’s my first final in several months, it was a complicated last six months, but it’s a good start, I’m excited, my first final in Mexico. The first set was tough, the differences were minimal, it was very close in the second set, I ran on each side and tried to play aggressive when I had the chance” declared after his victory the Norwegian, who even joked with the press when asked about the great level of sport that his country currently boasts “It must be because we eat snow…”.

The second semifinal on the main court of the Cabo Sports Complex was a complete surprise for all present, as Jordan Thompson (No.40) offered a great match for the second consecutive match and was confident against the best seeded player of the tournament, Sacha Zverev. The eighth seed had already staged the best comeback of the week against Michelsen in the quarterfinals, but what he presented in his match against the big favorite was a performance that surprised the local and international fans and the sports press.

It was 3 hours 40 minutes of match with five aces for each side, only one double fault recorded for Zverev, with 61% and 62% of points won on first serve for Sacha and Jordan respectively. “I feel amazing, I had two crazy matches, I couldn’t be happier with my form and I’m going for another title so hopefully it will be better than the last two occasions.”

“Ruud is a quality player and he has a lot of finals, it’s going to be very difficult. I’m just looking for the challenge” he assured after his duel. He also thanked the crowd who applauded him on every deciding point “All night long, I can’t thank them enough.”


  • The fourth day in Los Cabos left pleasant sensations with the passage of top seeds Zverev, Tsitsipas and Ruud and an intense match between Michelsen and Thompson.

Los Cabos, February 22, 2024.- The favorites and top seeds of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo in Los Cabos advance to the semifinals.

Casper Ruud (No. 12), won his second victory and became the first semifinalist at the ATP 250 in Los Cabos. On this occasion he opened the activity at the Mextenis Stadium at 15:00 hrs local time and against the Portuguese Nuno Borges he was solid with a 69 % of effectiveness in his first serve. In less than 20 minutes of the first set, the Norwegian had already broken the serve of the 48th ranked player and in 57 minutes he finished the match 6-3, 6-2. 

Ruud now meets Stefanos Tsitsipas in the semifinals, against whom he has a 2-1 record. “Happy to advance, the conditions here benefit my game, a lot of bounce, one of the highest in the year, I can make spin, my topspin works well,” he stressed in conference after his win, to then prepare for his doubles match where he will also play the semifinals.

Meanwhile, defending champion Tsitsipas, ranked No. 11, took on world No. 100 Aleksander Kovacevic. The 25-year-old American managed to trouble the Greek at the start of the match, who required a tie break to take the lead in the first set despite winning 88% of points on his first serve. After demonstrating his experience and mental toughness in the tiebreak, the second seed of the tournament reached solidity in the second set and clinched the match 7-6(1), 6-3 in 1:39 hours. 

“It was not the best start of the match, but I managed to get up and get things under control, especially in the second set when I got into a rhythm and made things difficult for him, more my game”, confessed the Greek in conference. About Ruud he said: “The conditions benefit the game of both of us, we both like them. He is a competitor, he pushes me to the limit, I need to be well prepared and take it like every match and see if there is an opportunity to play my game.”

Earlier on the main court of the Cabo Sports Complex, surprise package Alex Michelsen (No. 74) and eighth-seeded Jordan Thompson played a tight duel that went to three sets. Although in the first set the young American, who only made his debut in the summer of 2023 and has been one of the most sensational players under 20 years of age on the tour, imposed a 6-0 lead on the Australian with 92% of points won with his first serve, in the second Thompson reacted, improved his serve and took the duel to a tie break that defined in his favor. 

In the denouement, the good level of both players came to the fore again, but Thompson’s experience was more important in the decisive moments. 

It was the comeback of the tournament so far after being down 1-4 in the second set. The match took 2 hours and 39 minutes and Thompson won 0-6, 7-6(1), 7-5 and will now face his toughest challenge against top seed Alexander Zverev.

The stellar match that closed Thursday’s activity was precisely that of Sacha Zverev. The German, world No. 6, faced Thanasi Kokkinakis, finalist of the second edition in 2016. However, the big favorite and debutant in the Mexican ATP 250 had no major complications and with the affection of the public defeated in a now 6-3, 6-4 in almost two hours of encounter. The service of both was similar with 63% and 62% of effectiveness, as well as 3 double faults for each, but Zverev took advantage by saving the breaks.

Mexico’s Reyes Varela and Argentina’s Andreozzi reach Los Cabos doubles semifinals

  • Mexico’s Santiago Gonzalez and Britain’s Neal Skupski, top seeds, were eliminated.

Los Cabos, February 22, 2024.- The couple formed by the Mexican Miguel Angel Reyes Varela and the Argentinean Guido Andreozzi qualified to the semifinals of the doubles tournament of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo 2024 that lives its definitive instances this Friday and Saturday in Los Cabos.

Reyes Varela and Andreozzi (ARG) defeated Mexico’s Hans Hach Verdugo and Venezuela’s Luis David Martinez 6-2, 6-4.

It was an easy match for Reyes Varela and Andreozzi, who broke their opponents’ serve three times in the first set and twice in the second.

For a place in the final, the Mexican and the Argentinean will face Gonzalo Escobar, from Ecuador, and Aleksandr Nedovyesov, from Kazakhstan, who eliminated the top seeds, Mexican Santiago Gonzalez and British Neal Skupski.

It looked like Gonzalez and Skupski were on their way to victory after winning the first set 6-3 and taking the second set to 6-6, with two breaks per side, but in the tiebreak they suffered two mini breaks for 7-2 and in the tiebreaker, in the super tiebreak, they lost 10-6.

“It was a complicated match, we had the opportunity to have the serve to win the match and that’s why it hurts more. They played very well, they raised their level and in the super tiebreak they played better than us… That’s how tennis is, you only win two or three tournaments a year, you can’t win all the time,” said Gonzalez, who was defending the 2023 title, at a press conference.

“We are leaving with a bitter taste from Los Cabos, now we are going to turn the page because Acapulco is coming and it is also a very important tournament and hopefully we can improve details,” he added

In the other doubles matches, Norway’s Casper Ruud and William Blumberg of the United States defeated Americans Evan King and Reese Stalder 6-3, 6-3.  

Meanwhile, fourth-seeded Australians Max Purcell and Jordan Thompson defeated Portugal’s Nuno Borges and Sweden’s Andre Goransson 2-6, 6-1 (10-4).

The second doubles semifinal will be played by Ruud and Blumberg against Purcell and Thompson, who will also play one of the singles semifinals on Friday against top-seeded German Alexander Zverev.

Mexico’s Santiago Gonzalez and Britain’s Neal Skupski advance to quarterfinals in Los Cabos

  • For the third day a Mexican player won in the doubles tournament

Los Cabos, February 21, 2024.- Mexican Santiago Gonzalez and British Neal Skupski made their debut with a victory and advanced to the quarterfinals of the doubles tournament of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo 2024.

Gonzalez and Skupski, top seeds, defeated by 6-2, 7-5 the pair formed by Mexican junior Rodrigo Pacheco and Argentine Diego Schwartzman, in an intense and entertaining match for the stands on court 1.

“It’s hard to adapt when you come from another tournament, we arrived a little late, just yesterday, but I think it was a good match, we played two good sets and fortunately we won,” Gonzalez, who won the doubles title in Los Cabos in 2023, told media after the match.

About his rivals tomorrow in the quarterfinals, Gonzalo Escobar, from Ecuador, and Aleksandr Nedovyesov, from Kazakhstan, he said they must be very focused.

“Tomorrow we have to concentrate on this match, they are a good pair, good players, we know them well. They are playing well and hopefully things will 

work out for us and we can get ahead,” added the Mexican, who is coming from playing the final of the Delray Beach tournament, last Monday.

In the ATP doubles ranking, Skupski and Gonzalez are ranked 8th and 9th, respectively. 

With Gonzalez, who had the best season of his career last season, the tournament has three Mexicans in the quarterfinals.

In other matches, Americans Evan King and Reese Stalder defeated Poland’s Jan Zielinski and Hugo Nys, from Monaco, 6-4, 1-6, 10-6.

Meanwhile, at the start of the day, Ecuador’s Gonzalo Escobar and Aleksandr Nedovyesov, from Kazakhstan, defeated Diego Hidalgo, from Ecuador, and Cristian Rodriguez, from Colombia, 6-2, 6-4. 


Santiago Gonzalez (MEX)/Neal Skupski (GBR)- Gonzalo Escobar (ECU) and Aleksandr Nedovyesov (KAZ)

Miguel Angel Reyes Varela (MEX)/Guido Andreozzi (ARG) – Hans Hach Verdugo (MEX)/Luis Martinez (VEN) 

(4) Max Purcell (AUS)/ Jordan Thompson (AUS) – Nuno Borges (POR)/Andre Goransson (SWE)

Casper Ruud (NOR)/William Blumberg 

(USA)-Evan King (USA)/Reese Stalder (USA)

Zverev, Tsitsipas and Ruud advance to quarterfinals

  • Three of the top four seeds, Zverev, Tsitsipas and Ruud advanced after their debut in the eighth edition of the ATP 250 Los Cabos.

Los Cabos, February 21, 2024.- The third day of activity in the main draw of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo closed with pleasant sensations after three of the top four seeds advanced to the quarterfinals.

The action began once again at 4:00 p.m. local time with the match between Alex de Miñaur (No. 9) and Alex Michelsen, where the 2023 finalist and third seed was surprisingly defeated 6-4, 6-1 by the 19-year-old American in just 1 hour 22 minutes of play. 

The Australian had just reached the final in Rotterdam and will now seek to defend his title at the Mexican Open in Acapulco later this month, where he will have more time to adjust to the conditions of the court.

Michelsen, who just made his debut in the summer of 2023 and has been one of the most sensational players under 20 years old in the tour, will face another Australian in the next round, Jordan Thompson, and in the same bracket is the top seed Alexander Zverev.

The stellar match at the Mextenis Stadium was precisely that of the German, who is visiting the tournament for the first time in Los Cabos. He started his week as favorite without complications and breaking Yoshihito Nishioka’s first serve. While it took him almost 40 minutes to close the first set, he defined the second in less than 20 minutes and in an hour he was celebrating with all the support of the public his resounding victory 6-3, 6-0 and assured that he was working on his serve to see how almost perfect he was during the game.

“There are very good players here, they have been in great finals, but being the top seed I understand that I become a favorite and I welcome my role, I take my matches very seriously. I have always said it, I have great memories of Mexico so I really enjoy the loud and passionate fans,” he said after the match.

Earlier, defending champion Stefanos Tsitsipas, ranked No. 11, faced Aleksandar Vukic (No.72), who had suffered a close first match on Tuesday against Mexican Rodrigo Pacheco. However, the Greek had no complications against the Australian and defeated him with a solid first serve in one hour with 6-3, 6-0. With all the love from the local crowd, Tsitsipas will now face Aleksandar Kovaceciv, who came from the qualifiers, in the quarterfinals.

“I feel it’s a privilege to be back, it’s great to be in Los Cabos. I was thrilled with this first victory, I hope I can continue on this path, with the mentality I showed today and those good intentions on the court when I have things under control… I feel motivated to be back in the Top 10” confessed the Greek in conference.

Finally, Casper Ruud (No. 12), another debutant at the ATP 250 in Los Cabos, managed to defeat the recent Dallas Open finalist, Marcos Giron, 6-1, 6-0, on the Grandstand also in one hour. 

The Norwegian assures that conditions like those offered by the Cabo Sports Complex benefit his game. “I played very well, moved well, good forehand, felt comfortable. I’ve been here since Tuesday last week, so more than a week to try to be ready and I feel confident every day. I’m happy with the almost perfect match.” In his key he faces Portugal’s Nuno Borges (No. 47) in the quarterfinals.

Zverev, Tsitsipas, De Miñaur and Ruud start engines on third day in Los Cabos

  • De Miñaur (No.9) says he’s “at the best level of his career”.
  • All four favorites look to advance to quarterfinals

Los Cabos, February 20, 2024.- The third day of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo 2024 has this Wednesday the eight matches of the round of 16, where the top four seeds will appear, the German Alexander Zverev (1), the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas (2), the Australian Alex de Miñaur (3) and the Norwegian Casper Ruud (4). 

Tsitsipas and De Miñaur starred in the 2023 final at the Mextenis stadium of the Cabo Sports Complex, a title that went to the Greek.

De Miñaur arrives at the Mexican tournament at the peak of his career despite losing the final in Rotterdam on Sunday to Italy’s Jannik Sinner.

“Right now I’m feeling like I’m getting to the level in my career where I’ve always wanted to be, I’m in the Top 10 and that’s a goal I’ve had since I was very young,” said De Miñaur upon his arrival in Mexico and after breaking into the world’s Top 10, where he occupies, as of Monday, the No. 9 rung. 

“I see myself closer and closer to where I’ve always wanted to be and I’m really looking forward to it, I hope that what’s left of my career I can improve even more and reach better positions,” he added.

About his arrival in Los Cabos, he said that he arrives “with a lot of confidence. This year I have been playing at a very high level and I am very happy with that”.

He accepted that it is “a little difficult the change from Rotterdam indoor and fast court to Los Cabos, with heat and slow court, it is a sudden change, but I am looking forward to my match (he will play against American Alex Michelsen) and see what happens”.

There will be 11 matches on Wednesday, eight in singles and three in doubles.


(3)Alex de Miñaur (AUS) -Alex Michelsen (USA)

Aleksander Vukic (AUS) – (2)Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE)

(1) Alexander Zverev (GER) – Yoshihito Nishioka (JPN) 

Rinky Hijikata (AUS) – Aleksandar Kovacevic (USA)

(4)Casper Ruud (NOR) – Marcos Giron (USA)

Daniel Evans (GBR) – Thanasi Kokkinakis (AUS)

(8) Jordan Thompson (AUS) – Emilio Nava (USA)

(7) Max Purcell (AUS) – Nuno Borges (POR)


(1)Santiago Gonzalez (MEX)/Neal 

Skupski – Rodrigo Pacheco (MEX)/Diego Schwartzman (ARG)

Jan Zielinski (POL)/Hugo Nys (MON)- Evan King (USA)/Reese Stalder (USA)

Diego Hidalgo (ECU)/Cristian Rodríguez (COL)/Gonzalo Escobar (ECU)/ Aleksandr Nedovyesov (KAZ)

Mexicans Pacheco and Escobedo say goodbye in singles

  • The Mextenis Stadium once again hosted three matches on its second day, but unfortunately the public support was not enough for the two Mexicans, Rodrigo Pacheco and Ernesto Escobedo, to advance but they gave their best effort.

Los Cabos, February 20, 2024.- The second day of activities of the eighth edition of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo left bittersweet sensations for the national fans present at the ATP 250 in Los Cabos. 

The two Mexicans invited to the main draw, Ernesto Escobedo and Rodrigo Pacheco, were eliminated in their debut. While Diego Schwartzman, who also received a wild card from the tournament, was eliminated at the Mextenis Stadium by American Emilio Nava, who came from qualifying.

The stellar match was that of the young Mexican Pacheco, who thrilled everyone with a first set of great level which went to tie break against a tough opponent as Aleksander Vukic, 27 years old and No. 72 of the ranking. Rodrigo, 18, had only 54% effectiveness in his first serve, while the Australian served eight aces. 

For the second set, the competition remained very close and they went to tiebreak again, but in the end Vukic prevailed. Pacheco’s was the best performance the young Mexican has had in Los Cabos and the crowd cheered him on until the end.

It still wasn’t enough to overcome a Top 100 player, but the tiebreak was extended and the final result was 7-6(5)-7-6(10) in favor of Vukic. 

“It was an amazing match, I had my chances to be able to win it, I could have won but I feel that the experience against very good players is missing me, having the chances and not taking them. I got a little nervous with the excitement of closing it out and being able to win my first ATP match, I had to be more relaxed, that was the difference,” Pacheco revealed after the match.

“I just got nervous, those double faults normally don’t happen to me. When I was going to serve, after the first one and missed, my hand got tense and went far, I have to keep learning”, concluded the Mexican.

Previously, the Argentine Schwartzman, champion in 2019 in Los Cabos, failed to take his duel against the American to a third set and the match ended up being defined after just 1 hour 30 minutes 6-4, 6-3. 

Diego reached the top eight in the world in 2020, but at 31 years of age and after injuries that relegated him to No. 115 in the ranking, he has hinted that he will soon consider retirement if he does not recover his level.

The winner of the Argentine, 22-year-old Emilio Nava, celebrated with a “Viva Mex” in the camera lens after his victory.

Meanwhile, Jordan Thompson, currently ranked No. 40, celebrated his victory over Mexican Escobedo 6-4, 6-3 with the confidence of his serve and eight aces. 

The 29-year-old Australian is going through his best moment as a professional and after the double faults of the Mexican representative, he consolidated his pass after 1 hour 44 minutes of match. 

“It was a bit of a difficult match for me, Jordan is a very good player who adapts very well. It’s a process, with sun or cold I need to play”, assured Neto, as Ernesto Escobedo is known by his acquaintances.

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