Citi Open 2021
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Citi Open 2021 is now an ongoing event. All the top-rank star players of tennis have come to Washington for that tournament. Though some of the players didn’t attend the Olympic and Covid-19 risk, like Novak Djokovic isn’t here cause he chasing after Olympic Gold. But Rafael Nadal is here and some other top players too. Here we prepared an article to let you know everything about Citi Open 2021.

Here we will talk about when and where is Citi Open 2021, how to live steam the event, the full schedule, who are the players of this event and some other facts that will help you to learn more about the contest.

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Citi Open is previously known as the ATP Washington Open. It’s still well known as the Washington Open. But because of the sponsor issue, they had to change the name. Now we call it Citi Open. This will be the 52nd edition of the Washington Open.

The event is a part of the ATP World Tour 500 and it’s also a part of the US Open series and will lead to the US Open grand slum which is in September. This tournament played in the outdoor hard courts.

Before 2014, it was Washington Open. But after the 2014 edition, they detached themselves from the US Open Series. They rejoined in the series in 2019 with a new name. They got out of the truck because of a broadcasting issue with ESPN. Now everything is fine with a new deal.

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Here’s the all information about Citi Open 2021. Let’s see.

Where is the Citi Open Tennis 2021?

The Citi Open 2021 is fixed to be held in the William H.G. Fitz Gerald Tennis Center located in Rock Creek Park, Washington DC. The center holds 15 hard courts, 10 clay courts, and 5 indoor courts.

All the matches of the Citi Open take place here since the beginning of this tournament. They are allowing audiences for the tournament so if you wanna enjoy the event live in person then buy a ticket immediately.

When is the Citi Open Tennis?

Citi Open 2021 will be played from July 31 to August 8. From the qualifying match to the final everything will take place between this time.

The Full Schedule of the 2021 Citi Open

The first two days are for the qualifying match.

July 31 and August 1. The game will be held between 12 PM to 6 PM.

Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday- August 2,3 and 4 is for ATP Main Draw Matches. It will be played from 2 PM to 11.30 PM.

Thursday, August 5- ATP Main Draw and Women’s Doubles will be played from 2 PM to 11.30 PM.

Friday, August 6- ATP Quarterfinals and Women’s Singles Semi-Final match will take place from 2 PM to 6 PM. On the same day, ATP Quarterfinals Matches will start from 7 PM to 11.30 PM.

Saturday, August 7- ATP Singles and Doubles Semifinal matches will take place from 2 PM to 6 PM. On the same day, ATP Semifinals and Women’s Finals Matches are going to happen from 6 PM to 11.30 PM.

Sunday, August 8, the last day of the tournament will arrange ATP Singles and Doubles Finals Matches from 2 PM to 5 PM.

How can I Live Stream Citi Open Tennis 2021?

The Citi Open live stream is available on the Tennis Channel Website. They will show the full coverage from the beginning to the end. It’s a USA-based TV channel and allows the viewers to watch the event free. You could download the Tennis Channel apps onto your phone, PC, and other devices too. This is the best option for streaming the Citi Open 2021.

Besides, on Tennis Channel, you could watch the game on various websites. Among them the popular one is bet365. You could also use spreadex.com, liveatp.net for streaming the whole event.

Conclusion

That was pretty everything you need to know to watch the Citi Open tennis 2021. If you still want to learn something more about then let us know in the comment section we will be happy to help.

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