ESPN acquires Mexican Open Tennis TV rights for 10 years

ESPN International has reached a ten-year multimedia agreement with MexTenis, a company owned by Grupo Pegaso, to distribute the Mexican Tennis Open tournaments in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean across television and digital platforms.

Under the terms of the agreement, ESPN in Mexico has exclusive rights to all ten editions of the Abierto Mexicano Telcel in Acapulco and the Abierto Mifel in Cabo San Lucas. In addition, the Abierto Mifel will air on ESPN in Central America and the Caribbean.

ESPN broadcasts the MexTenis events in Mexico since 2003. “For over 13 years, ESPN has been dedicated to showcasing the world’s best tennis events to Latin American fans, offering the most comprehensive coverage on multiple platforms”, said Tim Bunnell, senior vice president of production, programming, marketing and advertising sales for ESPN International.

“We are excited to expand our agreement with MexTenis and especially welcome the new Los Cabos event to our platforms. MexTenis events will remain an essential component of our tennis coverage held throughout the year”, the executive added.