The WTA Wuhan Open is a women’s professional tennis tournament organized by the WTA Tour. Aryna Sabalenka will start off the 2020 edition as the defending champion but will she win it again? Get the latest Wuhan Open betting tips and predictions here.
Played since 2014, the Wuhan Open is one of the Premier 5 level competitions in the world, having taken over from the Tokyo Open in Japan. With some of the top women’s players in the world having participated in the world in the past, this 56-woman strong field is one to watch. Read on more for information on the latest on the Wuhan Open with respect to the latest odds and predictions.
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Latest 2020 Wuhan Open Betting Tips & Odds
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2020 WTA Wuhan Open Schedule & Dates
The 2020 Wuhan Open will be played in the week of September 28. Since this is a 56-woman tournament has an extra round of matches, the Wuhan Open will kick-start on Sunday with the qualifiers to be played from a couple of days in the lead-up and the final to be held on October 4.
Player List for 2020 WTA Wuhan
This is yet to be updated for 2020 by the organisers but to give you a fair idea about the pedigree of players involved in the tournament, here’s the list that played last season. It consists of the who’s who of women’s tennis.
What Happened at the 2019 WTA Wuhan?
Aryna Sabalenka successfully defended her title she had won in 2018 by defeating Alison Riske in a surprise final. Why surprise? Because Sabalenka was the ninth seed behind the likes of Ash Barty, Karolina Pliskova, Elina Svitolina, Simona Halep and Petra Kvitova and none of them made it to the final.
On the other hand, Riske was an unseeded player who got past Qiang Wang, Svitolina and Kvitova en route her path to the final.
Sabalenka had won the 2018 Wuhan Open by beating Anett Kontaveit in that title-decider. She was unseeded in that tournament, and overcome Svitolina and Ash Barty in the matches before that.
Previous Winners of the Wuhan Open
2019: Aryna Sabalenka
2018: Aryna Sabalenka
2017: Caroline Garcia
2016: Petra Kvitova
2015: Venus Williams
2014: Petra Kvitova
More Wuhan Open betting tips will be updated in the section above.