Get Ready for World-Famous Tennis Stars

and More at the Delray Beach Open by

January 4 – 13, 2021

Winter in Delray Beach attracts tennis’ best and brightest to the Delray Beach Open by during 10-days of riveting matches, taking place this year from January 4-13, 2021. Held at the Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center (201 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach), the tournament features a combined ATP 250 and ATP Champions Tour tournament. The socially sporting event also includes multiple dining and networking events taking place in the on-site Hospitality Pavilion including a VIP Reception, Box Series Holders’ Reception, Chamber Bash, Ladies Luncheons and Game Set Pour.

“Physically Distanced, Forever Social“ is the theme for the 29th annual gathering of tennis fans and fun-seekers. Health and safety are also taking center stage in 2021 with the tournament pulling out all the stops. Newly added space between seat groupings, an expanded food and beverage layout, spacious dining and drinking areas, open-air party pavilions and additional covered spaces are some of the enhancements fans will enjoy in 2021 as event organizers go the extra mile to help everyone find their comfort zone.

Originally scheduled for February, the 2021 Delray Beach Open by will feature ATP Champions Tour matches running concurrently with ATP 250 qualifying matches on Jan. 5-6. The main draw for the ATP 250 tournament, which will feature 28 players in singles and 16 teams in doubles, will begin Thursday, Jan. 7 with two sessions each day until the finals are contested during a single session on Wednesday, Jan. 13.

The combined ATP 250 and ATP Champions Tour tournament will feature some of the game’s favorite legends as well as current stars. Andy Murray, a 46-time winner on the ATP Tour who has been ranked No. 1 in the world, has been awarded a wild card for the season-opening and will make his Delray Beach Open debut during Session 8, which will take place Friday night, Jan. 8. The three-time Major champion joins four former tournament winners – Reilly Opelka (2020), Frances Tiafoe (2018) and Sam Querrey (2017) – in the field. Additional headline matches include Opelka beginning his title defense on Thursday night, Jan. 7. The top-ranked American, John Isner, will headline the Saturday night session on Jan. 9, while Milos Raonic, who is projected to be the top seed, will play on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 10.

All tickets for the “Physically Distanced, Forever Social” event at the historic downtown tennis center are on sale now at or by phone at +1 561-330-6000. In order to accommodate spacious conditions in the stadium and throughout the venue, attendance for each session at the 2021 tournament will be capped at 2,000 people, just under 25 percent of the outdoor stadium’s total capacity.