Barcelona Open

The Barcelona Open, also known as Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell for sponsorship reasons, and formerly also known as Trofeo Godó, Open Sabadell Atlántico or Open SEAT (named from 1995 to 2007), is an annual men's tennis tournament for professional tennis players.

The tournament takes place in Barcelona, Spain, on clay courts. It belongs to the ATP Tour 500 category and is the second most important tournament in Spain, second only to the Madrid Master. It usually takes place in the last week of April

The tournament is held on indoor hard courts. In 2020, it was primarily organized due to the cancellation of many tournaments during the 2020 season, because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. It is the first time in history that an ATP and a WTA tournament has been held in Kazakhstan.

The first edition of the tournament was held in 1953, from 3 to 7 June, and was won by the American Vic Seixas who beat the Argentine Enrique Morea 6–3, 6–4, 22–20 in the final (he had not yet been introduced the tiebreaker). The following year Seixas lost in the final against his compatriot Tony Trabert giving him the title.

In 1970 the tournament was opened to professionals.

The Conde de Godo Trophy was made by Soler Jewelers Cabot. It is a silver cup that weighs about thirteen kilos. The names of all the winners of the tournament are entered into the base of the trophy. its value has been estimated at around $36,000.