The tournament’s golden book was signed by names of great weight and importance. The winner of the first edition, the Spanish Carreño Busta, reached the top of the ATP world rankings (best ranking No. 10). The last editions of the Internazionali di Tennis Città di Perugia have had the privilege of counting on the presence of Italian tennis icons such as Sergio Palmieri and Corrado Barazzutti, together with true champions of the international circuit such as Simone Bolelli (former Italian champion no. 36), Marco Cecchinato (best ranking no.16 ), Marcel Granollers (best ranking No. 19), Stefanos Tsitsipas (winner of the Next Gen Finals and ATP Finals with best ranking No. 5), Pablo Andujar (former No. 32) and Nicolas Almagro (former world No. 9) and Ulises Blanch, known as the irrepressible panther of Puerto Rico who won the title of Fourth King of Perugia.
The fifth edition will be remembered for the entries, much more similar to those of an ATP 250 tournament. Among the champions who lit up the courts of the Tennis Club Perugia were Albert Ramos-Vinolas, Salvatore Caruso, Paolo Lorenzi, Thomaz Bellucci, Guillermo Garcia-Lopez and the winner Federico Delbonis. In addition to the great champions, the new Italian talents Giulio Zeppieri and Lorenzo Musetti, world number 1 in the under-18 category and winner of the Australian Junior Open, also took to the courts.
In 2017, the Wimbledon Sky commentators defined on air the Umbrian tournament “a luxury challenger” with a main draw similar to an ATP 250. The uniqueness of the location overlooking the city and the collaboration with Umbria Jazz confirms its enviable prestige.
The sixth edition, won by the young Argentinean Tomás Martin Etcheverry, included the young talents Dominic Stricker, Holger Rune, Flavio Cobolli, Giulio Zeppieri and Timofey Skatov.