2021 Rio Open cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns April 1, 2021 Rio Open joins the new Roland Garros Pro Series October 8, 2020 Garin wins the Rio Open, his second consecutive title and first ATP 500 February 24, 2020 Granollers/Zeballos overcame Caruso/Gaio in the match tie-break to win title February 23, 2020 'I enjoyed Rio and will try to come back next year', says Coric February 23, 2020


Due to the continued uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Rio Open will not take place in 2021. Despite the hope of holding the tournament later in the year, the scenario to this day is still not favorable. With that, the 8th edition of the tournament

Given the scenario of uncertainty regarding the Covid-19 pandemic, IMM Esporte e Entretenimento and the ICT (Instituto Carioca de Tênis) have decided not to host the 8th edition of the Rio Open in February 2021. At the moment, the tournament organization is in contact with the

The Rio Open presented by Claro is the new partner of Roland Garros, the most important clay-court tennis tournament and one of the four Grand Slams. The new Roland Garros Pro Series, developed by the French Tennis Federation, aims to promote tennis played on clay globally.




The Rio Open presented by Claro is the first ATP 500 in Brazilian history.


The Rio Open has nine clay courts, including the Center Court (Court Guga Kuerten), with a 6,200 seating capacity. Beyond the matches, there is a interactive area, Leblon Boulevard, with several atractions for the fans, such as stands, stores and food courts.


The Rio Open takes place at the social headquarters of the Jockey Club Brasileiro. The entrance is at Avenue Mário Ribeiro, 410 – Lagoa. Learn how to get here.