Taking place between September 30 - October 8, the WTA edition of the China Open is a WTA 1000 mandatory tournament which means a host of top names will be involved and can be watched using our TV Guide.
It is the 17th edition of the China Open and returns to the WTA Tour after not being held between 2020 and 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Peng Shuai issues which saw the boycott of tournaments in China.
Record prize money of $8,127,389 at stake: WTA China Open 2023 sets new standards
WTA Draw 2023 China Open Beijing including Sabalenka, Swiatek, Gauff and Pegula
However since the Naomi Osaka - Ashleigh Barty final back in 2019, both players have become mothers and both are currently not on the tour due to maternity leave and retirement. This means a new winner will be crowned from the current crop.
Led by Aryna Sabalenka as World Number One, as well as the now World Number Two, Iga Swiatek. Coco Gauff will play her first tournament since becoming US Open champion with Jessica Pegula, Elena Rybakina, Maria Sakkari among a host of top names in Beijing.
The ATP edition is also currently taking place and acts as a pre-cursor to the WTA which will take full focus going into the weekend. Shown on Amazon Prime in the UK, it is on ESPN and Tennis Channel in the States. This will see a Local time of 12:30pm but 12:30am ET.
Where to watch - 2023 China Open
United Kingdom - Amazon Prime Video
Africa - Supersport and Canal +
Australia - beIN Sports
Belgium - Telenet, BeTV
Brazil - ESPN Brazil
Canada - TSN
China - MIGU
Croatia - SportKlub
Czech Republic - Eurosport
Denmark - TV2
France - Eurosport
Germany - Sky Deutschland
Greece - Nova
Italy - Super Tennis
Japan - WOWOW
Kazakhstan - Setanta Sports
Latin/South American - ESPN Latin America
Middle East - beIN Sports MENA
New Zealand - Sky NZ
Norway - Eurosport
Poland - Polsat
Serbia - RTS & SportKlub
Spain - Telefonica (Movistar)
Switzerland - SRG, Sky
United States - ESPN & Tennis Channel