The Albany Open will be held for the first time ever in 2020 as it replaces the Quebec City Open that was played till 2019. Get the latest Albany Open betting tips, predictions and the corresponding odds for the 2020 edition of the tournament in the piece below.
Played under the auspices of the WTA International, the winner at the Albany Open will get 280 points and a share of prize money of $275,000. However, given its proximity to the US Open, given it will be played in the week leading up to the final Grand Slam of the season, there is every chance of not too many top players participating in the competition.
More information on the overall odds, and daily predictions at the Albany Open can be found below.
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2020 WTA Albany Betting Tips
Will be updated during the Albany Open
2020 WTA Albany Open Schedule & Dates
The exact schedule for the 2020 Albany Open will be released soon enough but for now, the tournament will be played in the lead-up to the 2020 US Open. First round matches are expected to begin from Sunday, August 23 and it will go all the way through to Saturday, August 29. Qualifying rounds to be held in the three days before the first round.
Player List for the 2020 WTA Albany Open
Players are yet to be confirmed for this first ever Albany Open. However, since it is going to be played immediately before the US Open, it’s safe to assume not too many of the top 10 players will participate in this competition. More information to be released soon/
What Happened at the 2019 WTA Albany Open?
This is the first ever edition of the Albany Open but there was a WTA tournament held in Albany, called the OTB Open between 1985 and 1994. Juidth Weisner was the last winner of this competition in 1994, as she defeated defending champion Larisa Neiland of Latvia in three sets to clinch the title.
Previous 10 WTA Albany Winners
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