Cordoba Open 2023: Where to watch, TV schedule, live streaming details and more

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Diego Schwartzman in action at the 2023 Australian Open

The fifth edition of the Cordoba Open, an ATP 250 event, will be held in Cordoba, Argentina, from February 6-12. It will be the first claycourt competition of the year on the men's tour and one of the four Latin American tournaments that comprise the 'Golden Swing.'

World No. 28 Diego Schwartzman and 31st ranked Francisco Cerundolo are the top two seeds and home favorites to take the title. Schwartzman notably made it to the final in 2020, losing to Chile's Cristian Garin in three sets.

While Francisco is yet to taste glory at Cordoba, his younger brother Juan Manuel Cerundolo lifted the trophy in 2021.

Juan Manuel will be returning to the tournament this year after missing out on the last edition due to injury. Garin and defending champion Albert Ramos Vinolas, too, will be hoping to find more success at this tournament in the upcoming edition.

Sebastian Baez, a 22-year-old rising star from Argentina, will also be one to watch out for. The World No. 47 won the Estoril Open last year, besides finishing as the runner-up at Bastad and Santiago.

Italian veteran Fabio Fognini, a quarterfinalist at the 2011 French Open, will be vying for the title as well.

Several other players could shake up the draw as well. This includes World No. 65 Laslo Djere, World No. 66 Corentin Moutet, World No. 67 Jaume Munar, World No. 77 Roberto Carballes Baena, World No. 84 Joao Sousa, and World No. 89 Dusan Lajovic.

With a promising line-up of players guaranteeing some rollicking action next week, here's where one can watch the Cordoba Open:

Cordoba Open channel and live streaming list

Francisco Cerundolo in action at the Gijon Open
Francisco Cerundolo in action at the Gijon Open

Viewers from the following countries can catch the action live at the Cordoba Open on these respective channels and sites:

Argentina - FOX Sports 2.

Amazon Prime Video - United Kingdom & Republic of Ireland.

beIN SPORTS - Australia, Middle East & Singapore.

Iqiyi - China.

Eurosport - Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Hungary, France, Russia, Scandinavia (excluding Denmark).

Nova Sport - Czech Republic.

TV2 - Denmark.

Sky Deutschland - Germany.

Sportcast (Super Tennis) - Italy.

Telefonica/Movistar - Spain.

Hellenic (OTE TV) - Greece.

Polsat - Poland.

WOWOW - Japan.

Tennis Channel - USA.

TSN - Canada.

ESPN - Latin America.

Discovery - India.

Live streaming will also be available on Tennis TV.

For more information regarding the broadcast of matches, click here.

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Edited by Sudeshna Banerjee
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