DateJune 9 - 16, 2024
Editions2015/2019, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024
SiteTennis Club Perugia | Perugia | Umbría


The roll of honor of the tournament was signed by names of great depth. The winner of the first edition, the Spanish Carreno Busta, reached the top of the ATP world rankings. The last editions of the tournament have had the privilege of having the presence of icons of Italian tennis such as Sergio Palmieri and Corrado Barazzutti, together with authentic champions such as Simone Bolelli (Italian champion ex n.36), Marco Cecchinato (best ranking n.16), Marcel Granollers (best ranking n.19), Stefanos Tsitsipas, Lorenzo Musetti, Pablo Andujar (ex number 32) and Nicolas Almagro ( former world number 9).

The fifth edition will remain in the memory for its Entry List, much more similar to an ATP 250 tournament. Among the champions Albert Ramos-Vinolas, Salvatore Caruso, Damir Dzumhur, Paolo Lorenzi, Thomaz Bellucci (ex n.21), Guillermo Garcia-Lopez (ex n.23) and the winner Federico Delbonis.

The sixth edition, won by the young argentine Tomàs Martin Etcheverry, saw among the young talents Dominic Stricker, Holger Rune, Flavio Cobolli, Giulio Zeppieri, Timofey Skatov.

In 2022, now in its seventh edition, the Internazionali di Tennis Città di Perugia grow in level becoming an ATP Challenger 125. The 2022 Champion is the Spanish tennis player Jaume Munar.

The 2023 edition saw an extraordinary presence of spectators, thanks to the number of side-events that dotted the Perugian week of great tennis. The Racquet Museum, exhibited in the historic center of Perugia, the inaugural dinner, the “Best Tennis Themed Showcase” competition which involved over 70 commercial activities, and the partnership with Avanti Tutta, a foundation that supports cancer patients.

Among the participants of the eighth edition, Dominic Thiem (best ranking #3 in 2020), Fabian Marozsan, Pedro Cachin, Albert Ramos-Vinolas.

The world of sport, as happened at Wimbledon during the third edition, renames the Perugia tournament as “a luxury Challenger” due to the prestige and level of the participating players.