2020 Rio Open Betting Tips

The 2020 Rio Open will be the 7th edition of a professional men's tennis tournament played in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Also known as the Rio Open presented by Claro for sponsorship reasons, the tournament is part of the 2020 ATP Tour and forms part of the ATP World Tour 500 series.

The Rio Open is being played on outdoor clay courts at the Jockey Club Brasileiro from 17-23 February 2020.

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2020 Rio Open Tennis FAQ

When is the 2020 Rio Open being played?

The 2020 Rio Open final will take place on Sunday 17-23 February 2020.

Where is the 2020 Rio Open being played?

The 2020 Rio Open is being played on eight clay courts at the Jockey Club Brasileiro in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil that includes a 6,200-seat stadium.

When is the 2020 Rio Open Final?

The 2020 Rio Open Final will be played on Sunday 23 February 2020.

What surface is the 2020 Rio Open played on?

The 2020 Rio Open is played on outdoor clay courts.

What is the 2020 Rio Open Prize Money?

The 2020 Rio Open prize money is $1,759,905.

Who won the 2019 Rio Open?

Serbia's Laslo Djere won the 2019 Rio Open, defeating Canada's Félix Auger-Aliassime 6-3, 7-5 in the 2019 Rio Open Final.

Who has won the most Rio Open titles?

No player has won more than one Rio Open with Rafael Nadal, David Ferrer, Pablo Cuevas, Dominic Thiem, Diego Schwartzman and Laslo Djere all winning once.

2020 Rio Open Tennis Live Streaming


You can watch the Rio Open via live streaming on your tablet, smartphone, laptop or desktop as long as you have a fast internet connection.

The best online live streaming can be found on bet365 where you can live stream tennis throughout the year including the Rio Open. As long as you have a funded sports betting account you can easily switch between live streaming and betting markets, ensuring that you don’t miss a beat.

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2020 Rio Open Betting Odds


Get in early to find value in the 2020 Rio Open betting odds especially the outright winner market and to reach the final market.

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2020 Rio Open Prize Money Breakdown


The 2020 Rio Open prize money totals $1,759,905 with the winner to earn $355,530 and the runner-up collecting $178,455.

2020 Rio OpenSingles
Winner $355,530
Runner-Up $178,455
Semi-Final $90,600
Quarter-Final $48,050
Round of 16 $24,540
Round of 32 $13,555

2020 Rio Open Players


The 2020 Rio Open singles tournament consists of 32 players including Dominic Thiem, Cristian Garin, Dusan Lajovic, Borna Coric, Albert Ramos-Vinolas, Juan Ignacio Londero, Casper Ruud, Pablo Cuevas, Fernando Verdasco, Guido Pella, Corentin Moutet, Lorenzo Sonego, Thiago Monteiro, Pablo Andujar, Federico Delbonis, Leonardo Mayer, Jaume Munar, Marco Cecchinato, Hugo Dellien, Alejandro Davidovich Fokina, Lourdes Dominguez Lino, Roberto Carballes Baena, Salvatore Caruso, Andrej Martin, Carlos Alcarez, Federico Coria, Pedro Sousa, Pedro Martinez, Felipe Meligeni, Rodrigues Alves, Thiago Seyboth Wild, Carlos Alcaraz, Gianluca Mager.

2020 Rio Open Seeds


The 2020 Rio Open singles tournament features 8 seeds with World No. 4 Dominic Thiem the top seed. All players start in the first round. Below are the 8 seeds at the 2020 Rio Open:

PlayerCountrySeedRanking
Dominic Thiem Austrlia 1 4
Dusan Lajovic Serbia 2 23
Cristian Garin Chile 3 26
Guido Pella Argentina 4 27
Borna Coric Croatia 5 31
Albert Ramos VinolasSpain 7 42
Casper RuudNorway 8 45
Fernando VerdascoSpain 9 47
             

2020 Rio Open Schedule & Dates 


The 2020 Rio Open will take place from 17-23 February 2020.

DayDateEvent/s
117 February 2020First Round Matches
218 February 2020First Round Matches
319 February 2020First & Second Round Matches
420 February 2020Second Round Matches
521 February 2020Quarter Finals
622 February 2020Semi Finals
723 February 2020Final

2020 Rio Open Draw


The 2020 Rio Open draw will be released in the days leading up to the tournament.

Rio Open Results


Stay up to date with all the Rio Open results in order to find the best value in the tennis betting markets. Previous winners, runners-up and other player who have performed well at previous Rio Open’s is always something worth looking into.

This can help you stay one step ahead of the bookmaker as you build your tennis bankroll. Players often perform consistently well at specific events which could offer you an early clue of where the value lies.

Rio Open Champions, Runners-Up & Final Score


The first Rio Open was held in 2014 when current World No. 2 Rafael Nadal claimed the title 6-3,  7-6 against Alexandr Dolgopolov. Laslo Djere of Serbia is the defending champion after beating Felix Auger-Aliassime 6-3, 7-5 in the 2019 Rio Open final.

The Rio Open has seen a number of top players claim the title in its short history including 2020 No.1 seed Dominic Thiem.

YearCountry, ChampionsCountry, Runners-UpFinal Score
2020 tbc tbc tbc
2019 Serbia Laslo Djere Canada Félix Auger-Aliassime 6-3, 7-5
2018 Argentina Diego Schwartzman Spain Fernando Verdasco 6-2, 6-3
2017 Austria Dominic Thiem Spain Pablo Carreño Busta 7-5, 6-4
2016 Uruguay Pablo Cuevas Argentina Guido Pella 6-4, 6-7(5-7), 6-4
2015 Spain David Ferrer Italy Fabio Fognini 6-2, 6-3
2014 Spain Rafael Nadal Ukraine Alexandr Dolgopolov 6-3, 7-6(7-3)

Rio Open Highlights


Watch all the Rio Open highlights at the ATP YouTube Channel, ATP Tennis TV YouTube Channel and Rio Open YouTube Channel.

Rio Open News


Get all the latest news on the Rio Open at the official Rio Open website and the ATP Tour Rio Open website.


Stay in touch with the Rio Open at all the major social media sites.


Rio Open History


The Rio Open began in 2014 and won by Spanish legend Rafael Nadal. In 2017 the Rio Open became an ATP event only as it was previously part of the WTA circuit. 

In 2019 there was a consideration to move the tournament from the clay courts at the Jockey Club Brasileiro to the outdoor hard courts at the Olympic Tennis Centre which hosted the tennis events at the 2016 Summer Olympics.

The intention was to attract more world class players to the tournament including Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Andy Murray who consistently declined to play the Rio Open.

The Rio Open has seen six different winners in its six completed years.

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