August 1, 2016 8:13 pm

”The Los Cabos Tourism Board is delighted to have the opportunity to host the ATP World Tour 250, and we are proud of the trust the ATP has given us. Bringing the tournament to Los Cabos will reinforce Los Cabos’ reputation as a world-class venue for professional sporting events, as well as an extraordinary destination for luxurious leisure pursuits, for which we are already renowned. We’re grateful to the Secretariat of Tourism and the Baja California Sur state government for their part in bringing this sponsorship to fruition; as well as to the Los Cabos Hotel Association, and Time-share Developers Association for their additional support,” said Patricio Burillo, Chairman of the Board of Grupo Pegaso. Chris Kermode, ATP Executive Chairman & President, said: ”The ATP World Tour features 62 tournaments in 31 countries, showcasing the world’s best athletes competing in many of the world’s greatest destinations. We’re delighted to welcome Los Cabos to the ATP World Tour. We look forward to the inaugural tournament in 2016, and many successful years ahead.” Los Cabos Tournament director Jose Antonio Fernandez, added, “The prize money, $780,000, will be the fifth-highest among the 39 ATP 250 tournaments.” The 2016 Hotel Headquarters will be the Sheraton Hotel Hacienda del Mar Golf & Spa Resort Los Cabos, which belongs to the Quinta del Golfo de Cortez Group. This sporting event alone, will impact more than 3 million people around the world through 55 broadcasters in 47 different countries. The Los Cabos Mexican Open will place the municipality of Los Cabos in the eyes of the world. The Los Cabos Mexican Open awaits more than 20,000 spectators during the entire week. PLAYERS Dominic Thiem Austria | 15 ATP ranking Bernard Tomic Australia | 22 ATP ranking Feliciano López Spain | 20 ATP ranking Lucas Pouille France | 21 ATP ranking Benoit Paire France | 23 ATP ranking Ram Rajeev USA | 24 ATP ranking Alexandr Dolgopolov Ukraine | 33 ATP ranking Julien Benneteau France | 37 ATP ranking Ivo Karlovic Croatia | 31 ATP ranking Jeremy Chardy France | 33 ATP ranking Sam Querrey USA | 37 ATP ranking Nicolás Almargo Spain | 44 ATP ranking Marcel Granollers Spain | Ranking 45 ATP Adrian Mannarino France | Ranking 55 ATP Guillermo Garcia-Lopez Spain | Ranking 56 ATP Fernando Verdasco Spain | 51 ATP ranking Tommy Robredo Spain | 72 ATP ranking Taylor Fritz USA | Ranking 64 ATP Diego Schwartzman Argentina | Ranking 70 ATP Ivan Dodig Bosnia-Herzegovina | Ranking 75 AT Tennis]]>