WTA confirm updated 2022 Fall Tournament Calendar including tournaments in Japan and WTA 1000 set in Guadalajara

The WTA Calendar has been updated to combine with the fall schedule up until late October before the WTA Finals.

While no tournaments will be held in China due to the ongoing Peng Shuai situation, Japan and South Korea will hold tournaments during mid September highlighted by Toray PPO Tennis which is a WTA 500 in Tokyo.

It is a mix of established and new tournaments with the usual Ostrava Open, Tallinn Open and Transylvania Open all pencilled in for late September and early October. Alongside trips to San Diego and the season before the WTA Finals will conclude with the pre mooted change to a Guadalajara WTA 1000.

“The 2022 WTA fall calendar will provide a robust amount of job opportunities for players in a regional calendar flow that will take us through to the end of the season. I am extremely grateful to all of our tournament organizers for their support of women’s tennis and their commitment to staging world class Hologic WTA Tour events,” said Steve Simon, WTA Chairman & CEO.

Changes in full

  • Week 30 (July 25) – WTA 250 BNP Paribas Poland Open relocates from Gdynia to Warsaw, Poland
  • Week 37 (September 12) – WTA 250 Japan Women’s Open in Osaka, Japan
  • Week 38 (September 19) – WTA 500 Toray PPO Tennis in Tokyo, Japan and WTA 250 Hana Bank Korea Open in Seoul, South Korea
  • Week 39 (September 26) – WTA 250 Tallinn Open in Tallinn, Estonia
  • Week 40 (October 3) – WTA 500 J&T Banka Ostrava Open in Ostrava, Czech Republic and WTA 250 Jasmin Open Tunisia in Monastir, Tunisia
  • Week 41 (October 10) – WTA 500 San Diego Open in San Diego, California and WTA 250 Transylvania Open in Cluj-Napoca, Romania
  • Week 42 (October 17) – WTA 1000 Guadalajara Open Akron in Guadalajara, Mexico

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