The WTA Baltic Open is the only women’s competition played in Latvia and you can get all the information regarding this Baltic Open betting tips, predictions & odds below.

First played in 2019, the Baltic Open, also called the Jurmala Open, replaced the WTA Mosow River Cup that was played till 2018. 32 singles players feature on the outdoor hard court surfaces of this competition and some of the top 20 players on the WTA Rankings are expected to take part here. The 2020 WTA Bucharest tips & predictions can be found here.

Recommended WTA Baltic Open Betting Websites

There are many solid bookmakers around the world but if you are looking to just start out or change your bookmaker, then you could opt to sign up with our three recommendations below to bet on the Baltic Open matches. These three have excellent authority and have been around as solid tennis betting options for a while now. That being said, we will look to tweak this list based on customer feedback and online reviews over time.

  • Bet365 (sign up with bet365 here)
  • Unibet (sign up with Unibet here)
  • 888Sport (sign up with 888Sport here)
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2020 WTA Baltic Betting Tips

Will be updated during the Jurmala Open

2020 WTA Baltic Open Schedule & Dates


Player List for the 2020 WTA Jurmala Open

Players are yet to confirm for the next season of the Baltic Open in Jurmala and once that is done we will update you with the top players participating in this competition. That said, have a look at the top seeds who featured in the 2019 edition of the tournament which had two Latvians among the seeded options.

Women’s Singles

Anastasija Sevastova
Caroline Garcia
Kateřina Siniaková
Aliaksandra Sasnovich
Margarita Gasparyan
Anastasia Potapova
Tatjana Maria
Jeļena Ostapenko

What Happened at the 2019 WTA Baltic Open?

Top seeded Latvian player Anastasija Sevastova became the first ever winner of the Baltic Open. It was a difficult final match in which she needed to overcome Katarzyna Kawa, a Polish qualifier, in a three-setter but she did that after having lost the first set to clinch the title.

Sevastova, whose career-high ranking is 11th, faced only one seeded player in the entire tournament – Anastasia Potapova – and won that match in straight sets too. Potapova, incidentally, was the only other seeded player to make it to the quarterfinal, while the second seeded Caroline Garcia, who got knocked out in the second round, was the only other seeded player to even win a match.

Previous 10 WTA Baltic Winners

Women’s Singles:

2019: Anastasija Sevastova

More Baltic Open 2020 betting tips & predictions will be updated above.