Tournament at a Glance
Qualifying: February 4 - 5, 2017
Main Draw: February 6 - 12, 2017
Player World Rankings
Bay Club SF Tennis
645 5th Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
32-player qualifying singles draw
32-player main singles draw
16-team main doubles draw
Total Prize Purse
- Stadium courts streamed live around the world.
- All premium tickets include dining and drinks before showcase night matches.
The inaugural edition of the KPSF Open, held in May 2016, was an
independent $15,000 prize money tournament.
Starting in 2017, we are proud to announce the tournament has been invited to join the ATP
as a $100,000 event. With an international field of players inside the top 100 rankings, it is truly
class tournament, and an intimate atmosphere makes it ideal for fans to get close to their favorite
and share a unique tennis experience.
KPSF Open Goals
- Honor Kunal Patel’s life with an event he would be proud of
- Bring professional tennis back to the city of San Francisco with room for continued growth
- Provide value to our sponsors, partners, and all Bay Area tennis fans
What benefits can you provide for me as a sponsor?
- The base audience for the tournament is a highly desirable demographic. Tennis fans are a
affluent group of consumers with an ability and a desire to spend the money they have. This is
extreme when you look at Bay Area tennis fans. With the tournament being held at a premium
with avid and intense tennis players, there could be no better return on investment for sponsors
promoting their brand.
- The benefits of sponsorship extend beyond return on investment for sponsors who are tennis fans
themselves. The networking opportunities with top players and memories from the tournament will
last a lifetime.
- Premium tickets for sponsors allow for up to a full week of tennis for your company associates,
and opportunities to entertain and impress your own clients.
We’re proud to join all our partners in bringing professional tennis back to the city of San
Francisco and the Bay Area. Prior to 2013, the Bay Area was host to the second longest running
professional tennis tournament in the United States, trailing only the US Open. For over twenty
years that tournament was held in San Francisco. This is a tennis town; professional tennis belongs
here. Thank you for being a part of bringing it back!