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Dates Announced For 2025 Dallas Open In Frisco, Texas

The Dallas Open will be one of 16 global events at the 500-level

The ATP Tour recently announced the 2025 Dallas Open will take place from Feb. 1-9, 2025 at The Star.

The 2025 rendition of the Dallas Open will mark its first as a 500-level ATP tournament, made possible by a unique partnership between GF Sports & Entertainment and the Dallas Cowboys. The event will bring pro tennis players from around the world to Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, the Dallas Cowboys World Corporate Headquarters and Training Facility.

The 2024 Dallas Open held eight sold-out sessions, with capacity crowds in attendance to watch the action.

"The Dallas Open will continue to grow the sport, offering greater competition, star power and ranking points to players on the professional tennis circuit," Executive Vice President of Tennis Operations & Tournament Director Peter Lebedevs said. "Fans will enjoy the hospitality and comfort of watching our great sport from Ford Center at The Star in Frisco – one of the best venues of its kind in the country. We can’t wait.”

Increasing its status in only two years from an ATP 250 to an ATP 500 event, the Dallas Open will draw its most competitive field since the tournament moved to North Texas in 2022. The upgrade provides players the opportunity to earn more ATP ranking points at the Dallas Open and will offer approximately $2.8 million in prize money.

The Dallas Open will be one of 16 global events at the 500-level and one of only two in the U.S. Even as a 500-level tournament, the Dallas Open will continue its tradition of awarding the top male tennis player at SMU with a singles main draw wildcard.

“Tennis fans in North Texas have shown incredible support for the Dallas Open over the last three years,” said Lebedevs. “We are looking forward to reaching new heights as America’s newest ATP 500-level tournament."