Los Cabos Open to be played behind closed doors
Fans can follow it through ESPN
The head of the Baja California Sur Ministry of Tourism, Economy, and Sustainability (SETUES), Fernando Ojeda Aguilar, reported that the fifth edition of the 2021 Los Cabos Open will be carried out behind closed doors, per the decision of the health authorities, in order to protect the assistants and competitors.
In this regard, he emphasized that the sports fair will be held from July 19 to 24, taking extreme precautions by implementing the ATC Safety Plan, which includes: the periodic performance of PCR and antigen tests on players and staff, sanitation and constant maintenance of spaces, and compliance with safety protocols such as the use of face masks and antibacterial gel.
“Baja California Sur has gotten stronger in the sports tourism segment; it is already the fifth edition of the ATP, which we are delighted to host, because this event represents an important platform for international promotion. In this edition the Cabo Sports Complex will be presnted, a first-class infrastructure built by Mextenis and Olarena, which also represents the trust that exists in our state.”
Fernando Ojeda announced that the confirmed competitors so far are: Kevin Anderson, Ricardas Berankis, Girgor Dimitrov, James Duckworth, Taylor Fritz, Daniel Elahi Galán, Egor Gerasimov, John Isner, Ilya Ivashka, Steve Johnson, Sebastian Korda, Denis Kudla, Adrián Mannarino, Mackenzie McDonald, Cameron Norrie, Guido Pella, Sam Querrey, Andreas Seppi and Jordan Thompson.
This tournament is a great opportunity to show the world what Los Cabos has to offer.
He also announced that fans will be able to follow the Mifel Tennis Open only via digital, through ESPN and the tournament’s social media: @abiertoloscabos for all platforms.