Q: What are the dates for the 2017 Delray Beach Open ?

ATP CHAMPIONS TOUR event (Feb. 17 – 19, 2017)

ATP WORLD TOUR event – Qualifying Rounds (Feb. 18 – 19, 2017)

ATP WORLD TOUR event – Main Draw (Feb. 20 – 26, 2017)

Q: Where is the Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center located?

201 W. Atlantic Ave. Located in the heart of Delray Beach, FL just to the west of the world-famous downtown area on Atlantic Avenue. Click for ‘Travel & Directions’.

Q: What can I bring into the facility and what is not allowed?

All bags and persons may be subject to search:

The following items are not allowed in the facility: No backpacks, coolers or large handbags shall be allowed in the tennis center. All bags or other items will be subject to search.

The following items are allowed in the facility: Cameras, one (1) sealed bottle of water per person, extremely energetic individuals who want to have a super entertaining sporting experience.

Q: Where do I park and what is the cost?

Official parking is available in multiple lots surrounding the Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center. We suggest you park only in those specially designated parking areas. Both general parking and valet parking is available. Simply follow the parking directional signs starting on Atlantic Avenue. Fans with parking passes should follow the color-coded signs matching their parking pass. Public parking costs are $5 – $20 – prices subject to change.

Q: When do the gates open?

Gates open one hour before the session begins.

Q: What food and beverage options are available on-site?

Fans may choose to enjoy a 4-star dining experience at Mark’s Too, the on-site restaurant, or a sampling of local favorites at the extensive Food Court. For quicker “grab n’ go” items, many snack and drink stations are available serving pretzels, popcorn, sodas, espresso, tea, hot chocolate, and desserts. Also popular is the Drop Shots Beach Bar, featuring beer, wine and mixed drinks.  
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Q: Where is the Match Schedule & how do I know when a “PLAYER” is playing?

The ATP CHAMPIONS TOUR schedule can currently be seen on the  Schedule Page.
Once the ATP World Tour draw is made (Sat., Feb. 18), the tournament committee will schedule the opening round of matches that are played starting Mon., Feb. 20. Each night following the matches, the tournament committee will schedule the matches for the following day. The up-to-date schedule can be found on the Schedule Page.

Q: How does a player qualify to play in the main draw of the ATP World Tour event?

Direct acceptance: This accounts for the majority of players in a draw and is based on a players’ ATP Entry Ranking at the entry deadline.

Wild Cards:
 These are granted at the tournament’s discretion – three are awarded.

  The qualifying tournament is for players who were not ranked high enough to get into the main draw via ‘direct acceptance’. The Qualifying draw consists of 16 players. The players that win two rounds are placed into the main draw – four in total.

Special Exempt: Reserved for players who are unable to compete in the qualifying competition because they are still competing in another singles tournament on the date the qualifying competition begins.



Q: Can I host a private event at the Delray Beach Open?

Yes, multiple hospitality events take place in the Hospitality Pavilion, the event’s exclusive on-site air-conditioned tent. Private, charitable and corporate events may host between 80 – 200 persons and include Stadium Court Reserved or Box seats. Click for details.

Q: What types of special events are hosted on-site?

Special Events include: Ladies Day Luncheons, VIP – Sponsor Party, Box Holders’ Reception, Chamber Bash and corporate and tennis club dinners/fundraisers are held in the on-site Hospitality Pavilion.  Adult and junior tennis events include: Legends Clinic, ATP Player clinics, Pro-Am, USPTA special events, Kidz Day, NCAA College Matches and more are held on the outside tennis courts. Click for the full list of Special Events.

Q: Are there any special ticket promotions for Seniors?

Yes, we are proud to offer all seniors special discounted tickets on Senior Days, click for details.

Q: What happens on USTA Kidz Day during the event?

Participants enjoy tennis matches and games, art, crafts, face painting and more. Following the Kidz Day Activities, ATP World Tour tennis matches take place on Stadium Court. Click for details.

Q: Do you have a “Food Drive?”

Yes, you can donate eight non-perishable food items for one complimentary ticket. Click for details/applicable session.

Q:“Can I hire the Volley Girls for a Private event?”

Yes! The VolleyGirls can court a crowd well-beyond the dimensions of their Delray Beach Stadium Court. Their sporty spirit topspins over into private parties, sponsor functions, corporate events, Bar & Bat Mitzvahs, Quinceañeras & Quinces, weddings, social gatherings and more. Wanna play? Simply contact their Manager, Marlena Hall, MHall@YellowTennisball.com (561) 330-6000 to re[serve] the VolleyGirls at your next event. Click for VolleyGirls.




Q: How do I volunteer?

People interested in volunteering can fill out an application on our volunteer page (click here). Applications will not be accepted after December 31st – please follow the directions outlined on the forms.

Q: When are ballkid tryouts?

Ballkid tryouts are generally in December. A child must be at least 12 to be a ballkid. Call the tournament (561-330-6000) for more information. Click for details.

Q: How do I get a media credential?

For information on applying for media credentials, please contact the media coordinator, Lisa Franson @ lfsportsmedia@comcast.net. Notification of confirmed or denied credentials will be sent via email. Click for details.

Q: Do you have an internship program?

Yes, we havea 6 month internship program that focuses on sales, sports marketing, special events and administrative work.  For more details please click here.



Q: Do you offer discounted tickets for groups?

Yes, groups of 15 or more receive 30% off tickets, Welcome Announcements, and multiple incentives. Click for details.

Q: Does my ticket for the afternoon session give me access to the night session and vice versa?

No, a ticket for an afternoon session does not allow seating on Stadium Court for the evening session. It will allow you to remain on-site and enjoy the entertainment, food, beverages and the matches on the outside courts. A ticket for the evening session will not allow access to the tournament site until one hour before the evening matches begin.

Q: What happens if it rains?

If a session is officially called by the ATP staff, due to weather, you may bring your ticket to the front box office and trade it in for a later session. Ticket may be exchanged for a ticket of equal or lesser value.  Seat availability is not guaranteed.

Q: What is a session?

A session is a designated schedule of multiple matches within a specific period of time. Some days will feature both an afternoon and evening session while others feature solely an afternoon or evening session.

Q: How many matches are in a session?

A session can be two matches played on one court and as many as eight matches played on three courts. The number of matches planned for each session can be found on the Schedule page of this web site.

Q: Does my child need a ticket?

Children 2 yrs and younger are permitted on-site without a ticket.  The child must be able to sit on the parents lap the entire time.

Q: Does my ticket allow me to watch matches on the side courts?

Yes, your ticket gives you a seat in the stadium and access to the side courts on a first come first serve basis.

Q: Is smoking permitted at the Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center?

No, smoking is not permitted on stadium grounds.