Japan womens open 2014 is one of the renowned branches of WTA and is going to be played between 6th and 12th of October. It will be played on outdoor hard courts and is the 6th edition of the tournament taking under the name of WTA. It will be held at Osaka in Japan.
This tournament purses prize money of 235,000 dollars and a captivating trophy for the winner.
In the year 2013, single Japan women’s open was named by Australian player Samantha Stosur and the double was crowned to Kristina Mladenovic and Flavia Pennetta.
Last year champion Samantha Stosur is taking part this year again and will try hard to maintain her championship this year too.
This year also a large number of talented tennis players are taking part to grab the money and the title for their country and fans.
The list of the players taking part this year in Japan women’s open includes Madison Keys, Coco Vandeweghe, Elina Svitolina, Zarina Diyas, Christina McHale, Heather Watson and Lauren Davis.
Tickets are available online as well and are selling like hot cakes. If you haven’t booked yours just do it and don’t miss the never ending fun this time.
Posted: 7th October 2013
Waiting for some nail biting and intense tennis matches? If yes then you are going to watch the most challenging tennis matches of women from 7th October to 13th October in Osaka, Japan. Hewlett Packard Japan Womens Open Tennis is going to hold on the indoor hard court in Osaka, Japan.
HP Japan Women's Open Tennis is one of the tournaments of WTA Tour which is sponsored by the Hewlett Packard and has been continuing for years.
World best women tennis stars would gather in Japan to win the famous HP tournament but the task is not easy as all the players are fully charged up to win the tournament.
The players like Jelena Jankovic, Sabine Lisicki, Samantha Stosur, FlaviaPennettaand Eugenie Bouchard are going to compete for the title of the tournament and for the huge prize money of $235,000.
It would not be easy for the players to play while the stadium would be filled with the crowd as the people of Japan have shown great respect for the HP Japan Women's Open Tennis.
It would certainly be an interesting week that would be full of exciting and close matches. The interest of the crowd is clearly evident from the advance booking.
Tags: Osaka, Samantha Stosur, Kristina Mladenovic, Flavia Pennetta, Hewlett Packard Japan Womens Open Tennis, WTA Tour, Jelena Jankovic, Sabine Lisicki
Posted: 6th October 2014
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