Tennis - ATP Chile Open

The longest-standing ATP tour event in South America. The Chilean stop was not held in 1999 due to rescheduling of the tour, but resumed in 2000. For every edition apart from 2007 (when a round-robin format was used), this event was a 32-player knockout. From 1993-2000 and 2010-11 the tournament was held in the Chilean capital, Santiago, but was staged in Vina del Mar on all other occasions until leaving the tour after 2014. It returned in 2020, moved back to Santiago.

YEAR
WINNER
RUNNER-UP
1993
JAVIER FRANA (Arg)
E Sanchez (Esp) 
1994
 A BERASATEGUI (Esp)
F Clavet (Esp) 
1995
SLAVA DOSEDEL (Cze)
M Rios (Chl) 
1996
HERNAN GUMY (Arg)
M Rios (Chl) 
1997
JULIAN ALONSO (Esp)
M Rios (Chl) 
1998
F'CISCO CLAVET (Esp)
Y El Aynaoui (Mor) 
1999
Not held
-
2000
G'TAVO KUERTEN (Bra)
M Puerta (Arg)
 2001
GUILLERMO CORIA (Arg)
G Gaudio (Arg) 
2002
F'NDO GONZALEZ (Chl)
N Lapentii (Ecu) 
2003
DAVID SANCHEZ (Esp)
M Rios (Chl)  
2004
F'NDO GONZALEZ (Chl)
G Kuerten (Bra) 
2005
GASTON GAUDIO (Arg)
 F Gonzalez (Chl)
2006
JOSE ACASUSO (Arg)
N Massu (Chl)
2007
LUIS HORNA (Per)
N Massu (Chl)
2008
F'NDO GONZALEZ (Chl)
J Monaco (Arg)
2009
F'NDO GONZALEZ (Chl)
J Acasuso (Arg)
2010
THOMAZ BELLUCCI (Bra)
J Monaco (Arg)
2011
TOMMY ROBREDO (Esp)
S Giraldo (Col)
2012 JUAN MONACO (Arg)
C Berlocq (Arg)
2013 H'CIO ZEBALLOS (Arg) R Nadal (Esp)
2014 FABIO FOGNINI (Ita)
L Mayer (Arg)
2014-9 Not held -
2020 THIAGO SEYBOTH WILD (Bra) C Rudd (Nor)

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