The third of the winter indoor hard-court tournaments in Europe will be the Open 13 Provence which is also known as the Marseille Open. The 31st edition of the tournament will assemble 10 of the current top 50 players in the draw to occupy seeding spots. Main draw action will run between February 20 – 26, 2023. On that note let us take an in-depth look at all details of the event.
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Where will the 2023 ATP Marseille Open be played?
The 2023 Open 13 Provence will take place on the Mediterranean coast in the city of Marseille, France, from February 18 (qualifying) until February 26, 2023, when the men’s singles final will be held.
The ATP 250 event will be held at the Palais des Sports de Marseille which has a seating capacity of almost 6,000 fans.
The Marseille Open is held annually on indoor hard courts.
What’s the 2023 ATP Marseille Open Schedule
The ATP Marseille Open will kick off with qualifying on Sunday, February 19, 2023, with 16 players competing in two rounds, vying for four main draw spots.
On Monday, February 20, the second round of qualifying will be completed. Main draw action will commence on the same day with a select few first-round matches
The full schedule of the ATP Marseille Open is as below:
- Qualifying – February 19 – 20, 2023
- Round 1 – February 20 – 22, 2023
- Round 2 – February 23, 2023
- Quarterfinal – February 24, 2023
- Semifinal – February 25, 2023
- Final – February 26, 2023
Who is Playing at the 2023 ATP Marseille Open?
The 2023 ATP Marseille Open will feature 28 players in the singles draw, being led on the front by Poland’s Hubert Hurkacz.
Hurkacz replaces Holger Rune as the top seed after the young Dane was forced to pull out from the tournament as he steps up his recovery from the wrist injury he picked up in Rotterdam.
There is also significant doubt about Jannik Sinner’s participation despite being included in the initial entry list. Sinner is currently pursuing a second successive title win at the Rotterdam Open having won Montpellier the week before. He is likely to withdraw due to fatigue.
18-year-old Arthur who took many by surprise in Montpellier has earned a main draw wild card, while countryman and veteran Richard Gasquet will be playing this tournament for the 12th time.
Four players will join from qualifying while one more wild card is up for grabs.
Here is the confirmed player list of the 2023 ATP Marseille Open so far:
Please note that the below entry list is subject to change as a result of withdrawals due to injuries or undisclosed reasons.
- Hubert Hurkacz
- Jannik Sinner
- Alex De Minaur
- Grigor Dimitrov
- Maxime Cressy
- David Goffin
- Richard Gasquet
- Marc-Andrea Huesler
- Benjamin Bonzi
- Alexander Bublik
- Arthur Rinderknech
- Filip Krajinovic
- Gregoire Barrere
- Mikael Ymer
- Roman Safiullin
- Radu Albot
- Arthur Fils (WC)
- Zizou Bergs
- Leandro Riedi
- Stan Wawrinka
- Luca Van Assche (WC)
- Elias Ymer
- Pablo Andujar
ATP Marseille Open 2023 Prize Money
The total financial commitment inclusive of prize money for the 2023 ATP Marseille Open is €784,830. This represents a 26% increase from last year’s financial outlay.
In addition to prize money, the winner will collect 250 ranking points.
The total prize money breakdown in singles for the 31st edition of the Marseille Open stands at €707,510 and is as below:
- Winner – €107,610
- Finalist – €62,770
- Semifinalist – €36,905
- Quarterfinalist – €21,385
- Second Round – €12,420
- First Round – €7,585
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How to Watch the 2023 ATP Marseille Open
If you are looking to watch the 2023 ATP Marseille Open on television, live stream, or on-demand, you can do so in the following ways:
For the International audience, the 2023 ATP Marseille Open matches can be streamed live or on-demand on Tennistv.com at a monthly subscription fee of $14.99 (please confirm from the website that geo-blocks don’t apply for the tournament you wish to watch).
In the USA, Tennis Channel Plus will broadcast the ATP Marseille Open. While in the UK matches can be streamed on Amazon Prime Video.
In Sub-Saharan Africa, Supersport TV will have broadcast rights for all ATP matches, while in the MENA region, the tournament is accessible on BeIN Sports.
Germany: Sky Deutschland
France: Canal+, Eurosport
Australia: BeIN Sports
Italy: Super Tennis
Latin America: ESPN
For a full list of all broadcast partners, please visit the tournament’s official website here.
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Our 2023 ATP Marseille Open Predictions & Picks
With news of Holger Rune missing out, and potentially Jannik Sinner withdrawing in order to rest, it could open up the door for a number of the established Top 50 mainstays.
Hubert Hurkacz will be the top seed and has triumphed on French soil before when he won Metz two years ago. He is a man with the experience and know-how to get things done in these conditions.
Grigor Dimitrov is a perennial danger on indoor hard courts although it remains to be seen whether he will commit here depending on how he does in his semifinal match in Rotterdam.
France’s Benjamin Bonzi is a player who is attracting plenty of interest in the outrights. Bonzi reached his first ATP final in Pune this year and took a set off Jannik Sinner in the first round of Rotterdam.
The 26-year-old has won two Challenger titles on the indoor hard courts on home soil, and he’s got some searing power to swat opponents away on fast surfaces. We like Bonzi’s chances as the underdog this week.
How to Buy 2023 ATP Marseille Open Tickets?
Please note that tickets for the ATP Marseille Open can only be purchased on the tournament’s official website here.
Entry for qualifying matches will be free of charge. A weekly pass is set to cost a minimum of €220 for adults, and €120 for children. Single-day passes vary depending on the round, with the cheapest ticket set to fetch around €18 on day one.