Dallas Open 2023: Men's draw, schedule, players, prize money breakdown and more

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Taylor Fritz is the top seed at the 2023 Dallas Open.

The second edition of the Dallas Open will be held from February 6-12, 2023. It's one of three ATP tournaments scheduled for this week, with the others being in Cordoba and Montpellier.

Taylor Fritz is the lone top 10 player in action; the World No. 8 leads the field as the top seed. Compatriot Frances Tiafoe is seeded second, with Denis Shapovalov and Miomir Kecmanovic rounding out the top four seeds.

Defending champion Reilly Opelka is still recovering from an injury and had to withdraw from the tournament. Ben Shelton, who recently made the quarterfinals of the Australian Open, also had to pull out.

But there are plenty of stars in action to make it an engaging event, and here's all the information about the tournament:

What is the Dallas Open?

The tournament replaced the New York Open on the calendar last year and the debut edition was held in Dallas, with great success. The was also the city's first time hosting a tennis tournament since 1983.

The Dallas Open is classified as an ATP 250 event on the tour and is played on indoor hardcourts.


The Dallas Open will be held at the Styslinger/Altec Tennis Complex at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.


John Isner is aiming to win his first match of the year at the Dallas Open.
John Isner is aiming to win his first match of the year at the Dallas Open.

Taylor Fritz and Denis Shapovalov, the highest seeds in the top half of the draw, have received a first-round bye. The former could meet compatriot Jack Sock in the second round, while the latter could be up against Michael Mmoh or Wu Yibing.

Adrian Mannarino will begin his campaign against home favorite Steve Johnson. Marcos Giron and Denis Kudla have also landed in the top half. Frances Tiafoe and Miomir Kecmanovic lead the bottom half of the draw; both have received a first-round bye as well.

Tiafoe is likely to meet Mackenzie McDonald, who knocked Rafael Nadal out of the Australian Open, in the second round. John Isner is up against Chun-hsin Tseng in his opener. J.J. Wolf has been drawn against a qualifier in the first round.

The men's draw can be found here.


The main-draw action will commence on Monday, February 6. The first and second round matches will continue until Thursday.

The quarterfinals and semifinals are scheduled for Friday and Saturday, with the championship round taking place on Sunday, February 12.

Prize Money

The total prize money for this year's edition of the Dallas Open is $792,980. The winner will walk away with a cheque worth $107,770 coupled with 250 ranking points. Here's a breakdown of the prize money and points:

RoundPrize MoneyRanking Points
Quarterfinalist $21,41545
Second Round $12,43520
First Round $7,6000

Where to watch

Viewers in the US, Canada and Australia can watch the Dallas Open live on the following channels and sites:

USA: All matches will be broadcast on Tennis Channel.

Australia: Viewers Down Under can catch all the action live on beIN Sports.

Canada: Viewers in Canada can watch all the matches on TSN.

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

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