January 19, 2022

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The WTA calendar has been set for the first half of 2022

The WTA calendar has been set for the first half of 2022

The WTA has published the tournament schedule for the first half of the 2022 season, which covers the Australian summer from January to the end of the traditional Wimbledon tournament in July. Thus, players and fans already have the program set for the first six months of next year.

The 49th year of the WTA Tour will begin in Australia, with the Adelaide International and two 250 Championships to be played in Melbourne in the first week. The following day, the tour heads to the Sydney Classic, while the second Adelaide International will take place in parallel, before the Australian Open kicks off the week of January 17.

The WTA tour will follow its traditional structure for the next several months until the end of the grass court round at Wimbledon, with details of the remaining sections of the schedule due to be released at a later time.

The first half of the season will see WTA 1000 events in Qatar Total Energy Open (Doha), BNP Paribas Open (Indian Wells), Miami Open presented by Itau, Mutua Madrid Open and Internazionale BNLD Italia (Rome). ) , together. With eight WTA 500 events and no less than 15 WTA 250 events.

“The WTA Tour 2022 schedule will once again provide a prestigious venue for competition among the world’s best tennis players,” said Steve Simon, WTA President and CEO.

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“We are excited to start the new season and build on the popularity and legacy of our tournaments as we watch our rising stars and talents showcase their skills to more than 850 million fans around the world,” the coach added.