Delray Beach Open: Enjoying the Art of Tennis


If you think the Delray Beach Open by is just the world’s best tennis players competing during 10-days of riveting matches this winter, think again. Yes, more than 60,000 fans will gather right here in Delray Beach while more than 50 hours of live TV will be broadcast day and night to the world. However, the excitement off-the-court is building too as musicians and local artists will be featured at the upcoming annual event. Look for works by both SoFL favorites and emerging artists who are bringing the local art scene to new heights of creativity.  Taking place February 14-23, 2020 at the Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center (201 West Atlantic Avenue), there will also be VIP fêtes, a VIP Lounge & Game Room, top-shelf dining and drinking, a new Craft Beer & Bubbly Bar, along with live music to enjoy while viewing the art exhibits.                                                                                                                                                                                          Of course, the Delray Beach Open by will feature plenty of top tier talent in tennis as well. The ATP Champions Tour event (February 14-16) showcases tennis legends in a team format, with David Ferrer, James Blake, Tommy Haas, Marcos Baghdatis and other greats vying for the team title.  The ATP 250 event (February 17-23) gathers the game’s reigning stars – Juan Martin del Potro, Kei Nishikori, Nick Kyrgios, Milos Raonic, and the final appearance by the Bryan Brothers who recently announced that 2020 will be their final year on Tour. Also, special for the 2020 edition of Delray Beach penO, international sensation Coco Gauff returns to her home court to play an exhibition match on Saturday night, February 15.

February, 21 – Delray Beach: The Bryan Brothers(USA) defeat the team of Mannarino and Nys 63 75 at the 2019 Delray Beach Open by in Delray Beach, FL.

“The tournament is as much about sharing the riches we’re blessed with locally – the artists, musicians and creative thinkers – as it is about gathering and watching the best tennis athletes from around the world,” explained John Butler, Executive Director of the Delray Beach Open.


Ticket options include budget-friendly reserved seats, courtside box seats, on-court “Best Seats” and covered Veranda Seats.

Individual tickets starting at $30. For more information, visit or call 561-330-6000.


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