Credit One Charleston Open (also known as Volvo Car Open and the Family Circle Cup previously) is a WTA500 category tournament held in Charleston, South Carolina, USA. Charleston Open celebrated its 50 years of tennis this year at the newly renovated stadium.
The event started on 4th April & ends on 10th April. This is a 64S / 16D draw event. This tournament is held on the outdoor clay surface of LTP-Daniel Island stadium. It’s the oldest WTA tournament in the USA, founded in 1973.
Charleston Open 2022 Champions
In 2022, the Singles champion is seeded no. 10 Belinda Bencic from Switzerland. Bencic played final against seeded no. 4 Tunisian star Ons Jabeur. Title holder smashed opposition in first set (6-1) , second set went in favour of Jabeur (5-7) and after even in final set Bencic grabbed a victory (6-1, 5-7, 6-4).
In Singles, Bencic is champion but on other side in doubles she couldn’t win semifinal with her partner A.Kalinina from Ukraine. It was first clay court WTA final for Bencic. With today’s singles title, B. Bencic is now moved up to No. 13 in the world, as her 2022 season is continuesly impressing her fans and authorities.
However doubles championship won by Andreja Klepac of Slovenia and Magda Linette of Poland. Winning pair had a tough battle in final and won by (6-2, 4-6, 10-7) against Sania Mirza from India and Lucie Hradecka from Czeck Republic. It was Sania’s third final in Charleston Open from which she won her 1st two in 2011 and 2015 respectively.
Charleston Open 2021 Champions
In singles, 2021 champion and currently world No. 23 Veronika Kudermetova from Russia will defend her title this year (Read about Veronika Kudermetova Net Worth). On the other side doubles champion were Nicole Melichar of USA and Demi Schuurs from the Netherlands. This year 5 players from the top 10 (Iga Swiatek, Paula Badosa, Karolina Pliskova, Garbiñe Muguruza, Ons Jabeur ) include in the main draw.
Charleston Open (Volvo Open) 2022 Prize Money, Draw Schedule
In 2022, Volvo Open prize money is decided to be $888,636 from which Singles champion of 2022 got $158,000 and finalist received $98,190. On the other side, doubles champion pair received $42,650 and runner-up pair received $25,900.
In 2021 prize money was $565,530 due to the Covid Pandemic. Winner of charleston open 2021 earned $68,570 and runner-up collected $50,130. On the other side, doubles champions got $25,230 and runner-ups had $17,750.
There will be 56 players in the singles draw of which 43 will be direct enter, 5 wild cards entry, 8 qualifiers. On the other side in doubles, there will be 16 pairs in which 14 direct and 2 wild cards entry. Winners will get 470 ranking points and finalists will get 305 points.
|YEAR||PRIZE MONEY||WINNER (SINGLES)||WINNER (DOUBLES)|
|2022||$888,636||Belinda Bencic (SUI)||Andreja Klepac (SLOV)|
Magda Linette (POL)
|2021||$565,530||Veronika Kudermetova (Russia)||Nicole Melichar (USA)|
Demi Schuurs (Netherlands)
|2019||$823,000||Madison Keys (USA)||Anna-Lena Gronefeld (Germany)|
Alicja Rosolska (Poland)
|2018||$776,000||Kiki Bertens (Netherlands)||Alla Kudryavtseva (Russia)|
Katarina Srebotnik (Slovakia)
|2017||$776,000||Daria Kasatkina (Russia)||Bethanie Mattek-Sands (USA)|
Lucie Safarova (Czech Republic)
Charleston (Volvo) Open 2022 Top Seeds Players Entry List
- Aryna Sabalenka (Belarus)- Wild Card Entry
- Paula Badosa (Spain)
- Karolina Pliskova (Czech Republic)
- Ons Jabeur (Tunisia)
- Elena Rybakina (KAZ)
- Jessica Pegula (USA)
- Leylah Fernandez (Canda)
- Veronika Kudermetova
- Madison Keys (USA)
- Belinda Bencic (SUI)
World no. 1 Iga Swiatek from Poland and Danielle Collins from USA withdrew from the tournament due to injury.
Charleston Open 2022 Tickets
For ticket and tournament packages visit https://www.creditonecharlestonopen.com/ticket-packages/. Packages offer savings over regular single session ticket pricing, providing new stadium seating options and elevated experiences. Packages consist of TOURNAMENT LONG PACKAGE (Starting from $600), INTRO PACKAGE ($280), FINALE PACKAGE, CHAMPIONS PACKAGE & TEAM GETAWAY PACKAGE.
Buyers can Review their Ticket Packages and pick the one that’s right for them. Gates open one hour prior to match start times, except for night matches and finals weekend where gates open two hours in advance. All schedules are subject to change. There is no reserved seating on the main court during opening weekend.