The Dallas Open is scheduled to take place from February 6–12 in 2023. After a successful debut on the men’s tour last year, the ATP 250 event is back. Some of the most well-known names on the tour have signed up for the tournament’s second edition. As the top two seeds, Americans Taylor Fritz and Frances Tiafoe head the field. Both have significantly improved over the previous year and have moved up the rankings. The pair performed well at the United Cup, where they helped the USA win, but they were eliminated from the Australian Open very early.

Both parties are now eager to perform well in front of the home crowd. The third and fourth seeds are Denis Shapovalov and Miomir Kecmanovic, respectively. Another well-known participant in the draw is the veteran John Isner. Additionally, J.J. Wolf is back in action after a breakthrough performance in Melbourne. Reilly Opelka, the reigning champion, is still out due to injury. After losing in the second round of the Citi Open in August 2022, he stopped competing. He had originally intended to take part here, but he ultimately decided against it.

The other players who withdrew were Brandon Nakashima, Jiri Lehecka, Ben Shelton, and Jenson Brooksby. Among the lucky winners of the wildcard were Jack Sock and Liam Krall. The latter is moving up from the ITF circuit, while the former is looking to revive his singles career. The draw is quite competitive because there are so many players who are currently on fire. With so many exciting games waiting to happen, this week is sure to be exciting.

Schedule and Dates

The 2023 ATP Dallas Open will have five rounds of play excluding the qualifying rounds. These are the round of 32, round of 16, quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals. The main draw of the tournament is scheduled to begin on Monday, February 6 and conclude on Sunday February 12. Here is the round-wise schedule of the ATP 250 event.

Tournament stageDates
Round of 32February 6-7
Round of 16February 8-9
Quarter-finalsFebruary 10
Semi-finalsFebruary 11
FinalFebruary 12


The tournament’s defending champion, Reilly Opelka, had to withdraw due to injury and is still healing. Ben Shelton, who recently advanced to the Australian Open quarterfinals, was also forced to withdraw. But there are enough celebrities present for it to be an interesting event. The top two seeds in the top half of the draw, Taylor Fritz and Frances Tiafoe, each received a first-round bye.

Taylor Fritz1
Frances Tiafoe2
Denis Shapovalov3
Miomir Kecmanovic4
John Isner5
JJ Wolf6
Marcos Giron7
Adrian Mannarino8

Prize money & points

The Dallas Open’s overall prize pool for this year’s competition is $792,980. The winner will receive a check for $107,770 in addition to 250 ranking points. The prize money and point totals are broken down as follows.

Tournament StagePrize MoneyPoints
Second Round$12,43520
First Round$7,6000

Where to watch

Australia – beIN Sports

Canada – TSN

USA – Tennis Channel

All ATP and WTA Tour level matches can be viewed on demand on the Tennis TV website and app.

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