Novak Djokovic's presence in Acapulco has been a gift by organizers to the spectators of the event and all the tennis fans, as they had announced that there wasn't any ticket left for the whole week. Some tickets holders benefited of Djokovic playing to re-sold tickets at a much higher price that goes up to 128.000 Mexican pesos, it means more than 6,000 euros.
Djokovic is one of the six top ten players in the field beyond Milos Raonic, Rafael Nadal, David Goffin, Dominic Thiem. Djokovic who arrived in Acapulco only on Sunday, he will play his first match on Tuesday. He was in Monte Carlo until Saturday, and will have only two days to suit to the hot condition of the Mexican city and to the new time zone (seven hours of difference for him).