WTA Tour

The WTA Tour comprises of over 50 events and four Grand Slams, spanning six continents and nearly 30 countries and regions with a global audience of over 700 million.

Founded by Billie Jean King in 1973 on the principle of equal opportunity, the WTA is the global leader in women’s professional sports.

The WTA is one of the world’s most recognizable and high-profile sports organizations, consisting of more than 1650 players representing approximately 85 nations, all competing to earn WTA rankings points and prestigious tournament titles.

The Tour culminates with the Shiseido WTA Finals Shenzhen, honoring the season’s top singles and doubles players based on the final standings of the Porsche Race to Shenzhen leaderboard. Further information on the WTA can be found at wtatennis.com.

https://www.wtatennis.com/rankings/race-singles

WTA FOR THE GAME

From the legends who paved the way, to the future generations who will define tomorrow, the WTA provides opportunity for individuals to be the best they can be on and off the tennis court.

  • We exist to champion women to compete fiercely and live fully.
  • We Empower.
  • We Bring Together.
  • We provide a World-Class Platform.
  • We are the WTA.
The winner in the single wins
280 points in the world ranking
WTA and a cash prize of

29.200 USD

Prize pool for players

235.238 USD

Winning doubles means 280
points per athlete and prize

10.300 USD for a couple

NEWS

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27 July 2021

Zanevska: my dream came true

Straight after winning BNP Paribas Poland Open, Maryna Zanevska took part in a press conference. She spoke about her feelings, plans and dreams. The final score of the match was…
News
26 July 2021

Maryna Zanevska is the winner of BNP Paribas Poland Open

Maryna Zanevska (Belgium) is the winner of the first edition of BNP Paribas Poland Open. She defeated Kristina Kucova 6:4, 7:6(4) in the final. Up until this point the Belgian…
News
25 July 2021

To have family close – priceless

The first winners of the first edition of BNP Paribas Poland Open in doubles were Anna Danilina (Kazachstan) and Lidziya Marozava (Belarus), who defeated Kateryna Bondarenko (Ukraine) and Katarzyna Piter…