The China Open is an annual men’s and women’s professional tennis tournament held in Beijing, China. The women’s event is a WTA 1000 event on the WTA Tour, while the men’s is an ATP Tour 500 event on the ATP Tour. ATP China Open was founded in 1993 while WTA China Open was founded in 2004.
China Open Tennis Tournament
The China Open is a professional tennis tournament held outdoors on a hard court. The event is a part of the WTA Tour and of the WTA1000s category. This year, for the 18th time the WTA ChinaOpen will be held in different locations of China.
2023 will mark the 18th edition of the tournament being in the WTA1000s category. The tournament came after 3 years break due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
|Venue||National Tennis Center|
|Draw||64 Singles, 32 Doubles|
WTA China Open 2023 Results
In the singles, The Polish 2023 French Open champion won her fifth title of the season with a 6-2 6-2 victory against Liudmila Samsonova in the final of the China Open. After the Beijing title, she has now won her 16th career title. Her impressive 2023 haul also includes titles at Roland Garros, Doha, Stuttgart, and Warsaw.
In the doubles, Marie Bouzková and Sara Sorribes Tormo played the final against Giuliana Olmos and Chan Hao-ching in 3 sets 3-6, 6-0, 10-4.
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China Open History and Winners
The tournament was first held in its current iteration in 2004 as a back-to-back event for 4 years, followed by a Beijing event from 1993 to 1997. In 2008, it became a combined event for the first time.
In 2006, the event became the first tournament outside the United States to use the Hawk-Eye system in match play.
|Year||Prize Money||Singles Champion||Doubles Champions|
|2023||$8,127,389||Iga Swiatek||Marie Bouzková|
Sara Sorribes Tormo
|2019||$8,285,274||Naomi Osaka||Sofia Kenin|
|2018||$8,285,274||Caroline Wozniacki||Andrea Sestini Hlaváčková|
|2017||$6,289,521||Caroline Garcia||Chan Yung-jan|
|2016||$6,289,521||Agnieszka Radwańska||Bethanie Mattek-Sands|
|2015||$6,157,160||Garbiñe Muguruza||Martina Hingis|
WTA China Open 2023 Prize Money
In the 2023 Mexican Open, total prize money will be $8,127,389 whereas the singles champion will have $412,000 and doubles winners will have $120,300. In 2022, the total prize money for the event was $2,548,125.
The 2023 Guadalajara Open Prize money distribution is as follows:
|Stage||Singles Prize Money||Doubles Prize Money||WTA Points|
|2nd Round||$46,340||$40,620||65 S,10 D|
China Open Draws
The tournament will have 64 singles and 32 doubles draws. The draws will be released as the opening commences.
WTA China Open 2023 Dates, Schedule
The event will be conducted from the 30th of September to 8th of October. The qualifying rounds lasted for the 2 day-29th and 28th.
|Dates||Singles Matches||Doubles Matches|
|30th September||1st Round||—–|
|1st October||1st Round||——|
|2nd October||2nd Round||1st Round|
|1st October||2nd Round||1st Round|
|4th October||3rd Round||Semi-Finals|
|5th October||3rd Round||2nd Round|
|6th October||Quarter Finals||Quarter Finals|
|7th October||Semi-Finals||Semi Finals|
WTA China Open 2023 Players List
Even though it’s the 18th edition, the Guadalajara Open has almost all top-seeded players within the top 20 in attendance. Spanish star Paula Badosa making her comeback.
Top Seeds Singles
|2||Iga Swiatek (champion)||2|
WTA China Open 2023 wild card entry
- Jennifer Brady
- Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
WTA China Open 2023 Tickets
The tickets for the event are available for the practice days, qualifying rounds, and the main draw. For information regarding the venue, accommodations, and seating arrangements throughout the tournament, click the link below.