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The Trofeo Conde De Godo – Cuartos, also known as the Barcelona Open is a tennis tournament held each year for pro tennis players in Barcelona, Spain. It was first played in 1953 and has been held each year since then at the Real Club de Tennis Barcelona. It is a 500 Series tennis tournament, played on clay outdoors surface, with a draw of 488 24Q 16D as of 2013. The tournament has a massive cash prize of nearly two million eight hundred thousand, one of the largest sums in the world amongst tennis tournament. That is why Trofeo Conde De Godo – Cuartos tickets are high in demand and are selling fast.
The Trofeo Conde De Godo – Cuartos was initially part of the Grand Prix tennis circuit, from 1970 to 1989. It then became part of the ATP World Tour 500 Series, and has been a part of it since then. Rafael Nadal holds the record with the largest number of singles championships won, the number being eight. It is the second biggest tennis tournament in Spain, following the Madrid Open, amongst the largest ATP World Tour. In its history of over half a century, the tennis tournament has been won by many pro tennis players from all over the world. The first person to win the tournament was American tennis player, Vic Seixas. Amazingly, the next three winners of the tournament, Tony Trabert, Art Larsen and Herbert Flam were also Americans.
More recently, the 2010 Trofeo Conde De Godo – Cuartos was won by Fernando Verdasco. In 2011, Rafael Nadal, won the tennis tournament, and went on to consecutively wining it in 2012 and 2013. He is thus the current reigning singles champion. Doubles tennis games are also played, with the 2013 champions being Brazilian Bruno Soares and Austrian Alexander Peya. Overall, Spain holds the record for the most titles won, at eighty six. Australia comes a far second, with forty nine titles, followed by the US at number three with thirty nine titles. Argentina ranks fourth, with twenty seven titles.
Roy Emerson from Australia holds the record for the most doubles titles won, at seven, with Roy Emerson and Neale Fraser tying with Hans Simonsson and Anders Jarryd for the most doubles team wins. Several players have managed to win both the singles title and the doubles titles in one year. This was first accomplished by American player Vic Seixas, and again in 1954 by Tony Traber, also from the US. Manuel Orantes holds the record for the most appearances at sixteen. Such players, who are ranked at the top in the world, can be seen playing live after buying Trofeo Conde De Godo – Cuartos tickets.