The 2017 KPSF Open

Starting in 2017, the tournament was invited to join the ATP Challenger Tour as a $100,000 event. With an international field of players inside the top 100 rankings, it truly was a world class tournament. With a 32-player singles draw and 16-team doubles draw, the intimate atmosphere made it ideal for fans to get close to their favorite players and to share in a unique tennis experience.

T he 2017 reviews could not have been better, with calling the event a “smashing success.” KPSF Open alumni players had a fantastic season as well, posting wins over top-10 world ranked players five times, including a victory over world #1 Andy Murray just a few short weeks later at Indian Wells.

2017 Results

Men's Open Singles

Best 2 out of 3 tiebreak sets, regular scoring

Ze Zhang

Singles Champion

Vasek Pospisil

Singles Finalist

Henri Laaksonen, Michael Mmoh

Singles Semifinalists

Tatsuma Ito, Denis Kudla, Eric Quigley, Frances Tiafoe

Singles Quarterfinalists

Men's Open Doubles

Best 2 out of 3 tiebreak sets with a 10-point match tiebreak in lieu of a third set, no-ad scoring

Matt Reid & John-Patrick Smith

Doubles Champions

Mao-Xin Gong & Ze Zhang

Doubles Finalists

Alex Lawson, Hunter Reese, Sekou Bangoura, Christoper Rungkat

Doubles Semifinalists