The Estonian capital, Tallinn, will host a Women’s Tennis Association tournament for the first time; the WTA 250 Tallinn Open will be held at the end of September and Estonian number ones Anett Kontaveit and Kaia Kanepi have agreed to take part.
“The WTA tournament, which will be held in Tallinn for the first time, will bring the best tennis players in the world to Estonia,” said Allar Hint, Secretary General of the Estonian Tennis Association and Tournament Director of the Open. Tallinn. in a report.
“The Tennis Association has been working for a long time to bring the WTA tournament to Estonia to help develop sustainable professional tennis. We invite all fans of the sport to watch top-level tennis and cheer on Anett and Kaia.
Tickets for the tournament went on sale June 28.
The qualifying matches will take place on September 24 and 25; the main round matches will take place from September 26 to October 2.
The international WTA 250 Tallinn Open tournament will be held at the Forus Tennis Center in Tondi. The previous week, the WTA 500 will take place in Tokyo and the WTA 250 in Seoul. Immediately after the Tallinn Open, the WTA 500 will begin in Ostrava, Czech Republic.
The professional women’s tennis organization WTA organizes a total of 55 tournaments around the world, which, according to the prize fund, are divided into WTA 250, WTA 500 and WTA 1000 categories.