The Inaugural Cleveland Open, the First Local ATP Event in 34 Years, Comes to the Cleveland Racquet Club in Late January


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The Cleveland Racquet Club will host the inaugural Cleveland Open, the first ATP event in Cleveland in 34 years, from Jan. 28 through Feb. 3.

Some competitors were announced today, including Bernard Tomic (ranked 85th), Thomas Bellucci and Victor Estrella Burgos.

The 48-player field will be chasing their share of $81,240 in prize money.

Tickets for the first rounds are free, with $20 and $140 tickets available for the quarters, semis and finals.

For more information or tickets, click here.

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