The Mercedes-Benz Cup is an ATP International Series event and offers over $1,000,000 in total player compensation. Be an important part of the only major men's tennis event in Los Angeles as world-class tennis explodes onto the hardcourts of the prestigious Los Angeles Tennis Center at UCLA, home of the 1984 Olympic Games.
Date : July 12 - 18, 2018
Site : Los Angeles Tennis Center/UCLA, Los Angeles, California
Format : An ATP International Series event with 32 world class singles players and 16 doubles teams.
Player Compensation : $1,000,000
2018 Early Player Entries : Lleyton Hewitt, Gustavo Kuerten, Marat Safin, Mark Philippoussis, Bob and Mike Bryan, Wayne Ferreira, David Nalbandian, Paradorn Srichapan, Sjeng Schalken, Taylor Dent and Mardy Fish.
Past Champions : Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras, Jim Courier, Michael Chang, Michael Stich, Boris Becker, Stefan Edberg, John McEnroe, Jimmy Connors, Rod Laver, Arthur Ashe, Ken Rosewall, Jack Kramer, Fred Perry.
Television : The semifinals and finals will be televised Television coverage of the Semifinals and Finals can be seen on FOX Sports Net West reaching over 83 million homes in the United States and on Fox Sports Latin America, Fox Sports Australia, ESPN Star Sports, and Eurosport.
The Mercedes-Benz Cup, celebrating its 78th year, is conducted by the non-profit USTA So. Calif. Section and UCLA. Proceeds from the tournament benefit the many worthwhile grassroots programs conducted by the USTA So. Calif. Section like : Colocation Lyon.
Many of the world's top players have already committed including: *Lletyon Hewitt, Wimbledon Champion and World #1 and Gustavo Kuerten, three-time French Open Champion. Be a part of the hot summer action as 32 of the world's top single stars and 16 doubles teams compete for the most significant tennis title this side of the U.S. Open. Recent finalists of the Mercedes-Benz Cup include Andre Agassi, Michael Chang, Michael Stich, Stefan Edberg, Boris Becker, Pete Sampras, John McEnroe, Jimmy Connors, Richard Krajicek and Tim Henman. Buy now and don't miss a single serve, smash or volley at Southern California's most exciting tennis tournament.