China Open is an annual tennis tournament that is conducted in Beijing, China. The tournament is attended by some of the top men and women tennis players, but it holds more importance for the latter. Latest China Open Tips, Predictions & Odds for the 2017 edition can be found here.
The defending champion in the men’s half is Andy Murray, while among the ladies, it’s the Polish No. 1 Agnieszka Radwanska.
With a little over three weeks to go for the tournament, many players have already confirmed their participation in the tournament.
This list is particularly fetching in the women’s half, considering the star studded lineup. Former World No. 1 Karolina Pliskova will be coming to Beijing seeking her maiden China Open title, along with the new French Open champion, Jelena Ostapenko.
Venus Williams, who made it to the finals of two Grand Slam events this year, is also set to play in the tournament.
In addition to this, the current Wimbledon champion and the new World No. 1 Garbine Muguruza is also going to play in Beijing. She can expect a tough fight from the likes of Pliskova, who will be keen on getting back to the top. And if these reasons weren’t enough for you to consider watching the China Open, then the presence of the great players like Caroline Wozniacki and the one and only, Maria Sharapova should be enough to change your mind.
With so many terrific players in the same pool, one ought to imagine the sensational matches they will get to witness. Combining this list with that of the other stars like Elina Svitolina, Madison Keys, Johanna Konta and Simona Halep, it surely is an intriguing thought to consider spending the National Day Golden Week watching these players in action, live!
In the men’s half, two of the big four have already confirmed their participation – Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray. Even though Murray’s form has been disappointing to say the least this season, he still holds the ability to defeat any player on his day.
Moreover, he is an entertaining player capable of producing quality, mesmerizing shots. As for the Spaniard, his sensational resurgence in the 2017 season has made the fans expect a lot more from him. Having won the French Open, along with other 1000 series events on clay, we can expect him to continue a similar run here as well.
Other players of considerable importance are Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, John Isner and Roberto Bautista Agut. Even the 90’s kids are expected to give the experienced lads a run for their money. Alexander Zverev has been absolutely captivating this year, having won two Masters titles already.
Denis Shapovalov, along with Nick Kyrgios and Karen Khachanov too, have made quite an impression on the fans this year. Interestingly, fatigue is one thing which shouldn’t be a concern for them at this age. We can expect the same quality action from them on the courts of Beijing as well.
Get the latest China Open Tips & Predictions for the 2017 edition of the competition here.