The Dallas Open 2023 is the first tournament of the year to be played in the USA with world-class tennis players from all over the world travelling to Texas to play this event.
This is only the second year running of this event with 2022 being the first time an ATP Tour level tournament has been played in Dallas for more than 30 years.
In this guide, I have included everything you need to know if you are planning on making the trip to this wonderful tournament.
Styslinger / Altec Tennis Complex
6 Feb - 12 Feb
The Dallas Open is a men’s ATP 250 tournament played on indoor, hard courts at the Styslinger / Altec Tennis Complex in Dallas, Texas. This venue is the tennis facility on the campus of Southern Methodist University.
The Dallas Open starts on the 6th of February 2023 and finishes on the 12th of February 2023.
The qualifying for the tournament is on the 5th of February 2023.
US Open semi-finalist Frances Tiafoe and world no.9 Taylor Fritz are both expected to play as home favorites at the Dallas Open in 2023 as well as Canadian Denis Shapovalov.
The Dallas Open is also introducing a new event to the 2023 tournament called the Women’s Tennis Classic which will be an exhibition match on the 4th of February 2023 between Venus Williams and Danielle Collins.
The draw for the 2023 Dallas Open can be seen below:
Prize Money $ USD
Prize Money $ USD
Round of 16
Round of 32
There are a few different ticket options for the Dallas Open 2023.
These are your regular tickets with an allocated seat. There are two sessions per day: one in the afternoon and one at night. Your ticket will give you access to every match that takes place in your given session. Prices for these are starting at $117. You can also buy a single session ticket to the qualifying on February 5th 2023 which starts at $68.
Tickets can be bought off Ticketsmarter.
With a weeklong package you will get tickets to all 13 sessions across the week from the 4-12th February 2023.
This includes the brand new women’s tennis classic on 4th February 2023 and the qualifying matches on 5th February 2023. With the weeklong package, you will get the same seat to every match at the Dallas Open all week.
Pricing for this package has not yet been released however this page will be updated once more information is revealed and you can also stay up-to-date on ticket prices on the official Dallas Open website.
With the weekend ticket packages you will get access to the final four sessions of the Dallas Open which includes the quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals of the singles and doubles. These occur from Friday, February 10th to Sunday, February 12th.
Prices for these packages have not been released yet.
This package will give you access to every session across the week as well as private bathrooms, waiter and waitress service, elevated food vendors on the Club Level and a food credit of $200 (per two seats). It doesn’t get much more premium than this.
To purchase, you must fill out the form on the Dallas Open website.
Dallas is a major city in Texas with lots of hotels and accommodations which will make for a wonderful stay.
- The Highland Dallas: 4-star hotel next to the tennis venue.
- The Beeman Hotel: lovely 3-star hotel with an indoor swimming pool.
- Kasa Highland Park Dallas: spacious unit surrounded by great bars and restaurants.
- Hotel Crescent Court: luxurious 5-star hotel in the heart of Dallas.
- HALL Arts Hotel Dallas: Stunning 5-star hotel with beautiful artwork throughout.
- The Adolphus: 5-star hotel in Dallas Downtown Historic District.
Dallas is the third largest city in Texas and is known for its historical museums and art, with this city being home to the largest arts district in the USA. The city is also filled with great restaurants and bars which are perfect for nights out with your family or significant other.
Visit one of Texas’ most visited historical sites, the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, a museum dedicated to President John F. Kennedy. The museum is in the former Texas School Book Depository building, where evidence of a sniper was found after the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
Much of the museum space looks as it appeared in the 1960s, with historical photos and films displayed around the museum. Even Lee Harvey Oswald’s wedding ring is on display!
An audio guide is also available to purchase to talk you through the history of the exhibit. This is definitely a mandatory visit if you are in Dallas.
Explore the history of Dallas along the West End Historic District.
This is an area in Dallas filled with various museums such as the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, Museum of Illusions and even the Dallas World Aquarium which is a multi-store building filled with exotic birds, fish and many more (definitely a place I’d recommend if you have younger children).
It is also interesting to explore the streets of the West End Historic District which are very similar to how they were a century ago, except now filled with bars and restaurants perfect for a night out. You can truly imagine what it was like to live in this city 100 years ago.
The Reunion Tower is an iconic landmark in the heart of Dallas, Texas which gives a panoramic 360-degree view over the city skyline.
But make sure you visit on a clear day!
This tournament takes place during February which is the winter in North America. However, Texas is one of the warmest states in the USA so you don’t have to worry about chilling temperatures or heavy rain. You can expect highs of 60°F (16°C) and lows of 41°F (5°C).
The tournament is also held indoors play will not be affected by the weather.
All the matches of the Dallas Open will be shown live on TennisTV.
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