Last Updated on December 23, 2023
The ATP Hong Kong Tennis Open 2024 is gearing up to be a tennis spectacle with a prize money more than $650,000 and star-studded entries like Andrey Rublev and Frances Tiafoe. Taking place from January 1-7 at the Victoria Park Tennis Stadium. Want to know who else is competing and how the prize money stacks up? Read our full article for all the details.
The 2024 ATP Hong Kong Tennis Open marks the return of men’s pro tennis to Victoria Park, taking over the slot previously held by the Pune, India tournament. Running January 1st-7th, the ATP 250 hard court event will feature a 28-player singles draw and 16-team doubles draw.
“Following a successful five years in Pune, we are excited to bring an ATP Tour event back to Hong Kong after a more than 20-year hiatus,” said Gavin Forbes, Executive Vice President & Managing Director, Tennis Events, IMG. “Hong Kong is an established tennis market with a passionate fanbase, and it is a convenient, competitive stop for players on their way to the Australian Open.”
Top talents like Andrey Rublev, Frances Tiafoe, Karen Khachanov and Marin Cilic will compete there as they kick off their 2024 campaigns. The Hong Kong Open’s timing right before Melbourne allows players to prepare for the year’s first Grand Slam.
Victoria Park Tennis Stadium, the tournament’s home from 1990-2002, underwent upgrades in 2024 to get tournament-ready again. The cozy 3,600-seat facility allows for an up-close tennis experience.
Hong Kong Tennis Open Prize Money
At the moment, it is known that according to the data on the ATP Tour website, the total prize money pool should amount to just over $650,000. More precise information on the prize money breakdown by round reached by the tennis players will appear a little later. We will then update this part of the article.
Hong Kong Tennis Open Entry List Will Be Headed By Andrey Rublev
The stars of men’s tennis are aligning for the first ATP Tour event in Hong Kong in over 20 years. The recently announced player entry list for the 2024 Bank of China Hong Kong Tennis Open will be headlined by World No. 5 Andrey Rublev.
Rublev will be joined by other top talents including World No. 15 Karen Khachanov, World No. 16 Frances Tiafoe, and 2014 US Open champion Marin Cilic. Over 50 elite players from more than 20 countries have signed up so far. Fans can expect to see rising talents like 21-year-old Lorenzo Musetti and 19-year-old Arthur Fils, along with tour veterans like World No. 25 Jan-Lennard Struff.
Hometown hero Coleman Wong, who won two ITF titles in 2023, has also earned a singles qualifying wild card. He’ll be cheered on by fellow Hong Kong player Jack Wong Hong Kit. Chinese #NextGenATP star Shang Juncheng, who cracked the world’s top 150 in 2023, will also compete.
ATP Hong Kong Tennis Open Ranking Points
The below tables give you a full breakdown of ranking points across the ATP 250 event in Hong Kong.
Where is the Hong Kong Tennis Open?
The Hong Kong Tennis Open is held at Victoria Park Tennis Stadium at 30 Hing Fat Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, China
Is the Hong Kong Tennis Open an ATP 250 tournament?
Yes, the Hong Kong Tennis Open is classified as an ATP 250 tournament, which is part of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Tour.
What is the surface of the Hong Kong Tennis Open?
The surface of the Hong Kong Tennis Open is hard. This tournament is played indoors at the Victoria Park Tennis Stadium in Hong Kong, China.
When is the Hong Kong Tennis Open?
The ATP Sofia Open 2023 will be played from 1–7 January 2024
What is the ATP Hong Kong Tennis Open?
The ATP Hong Kong Tennis Open is an outdoor hard-court ATP 250 tennis tournament held in Honk Kong, China.