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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7 – CHAMPIONSHIPS
Doubles Championship – 5:30 pm start
(1) Barbora Krejcikova (Czech Republic) & Katerina Siniakova (Czech Republic) vs (4) Veronika Kudermetova & Elise Mertens (Belgium)
Singles Championship – 8 pm start
(6) Caroline Garcia (France) vs (7) Aryna Sabalenka
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6 – SEMIFINALS SCHEDULE:
ROUND ROBIN PLAY UPDATE:
The Nancy Richey Singles Group – Wednesday, 11/2, doors open at 2pm:
- Ons Jabeur playing Jessica Pegula
- Maria Sakkari taking on Aryna Sabalenka.
The Tracy Austin Singles Group – Thursday, 11/3, doors open at 2pm:
- Iga Swiatek playing Caroline Garcia
- Coco Gauff taking on Daria Kasatkina
The Nancy Richey Singles Group – Friday, 11/4, doors open at 1:30pm:
- Ons Jabeur playing Maria Sakkari
- Jessica Pegula taking on Aryna Sabalenka.
The Tracy Austin Singles Group – Saturday, 11/5, doors open at 1:30pm:
- Coco Gauff playing Iga Swiatek
- Caroline Garcia taking on Daria Kasatkina
ORDER OF PLAY IS SET FOR MONDAY 10/31 & TUESDAY 11/1
Check out the changeover from Post Malone to Chris Stapleton to WTA Finals. Dickies Arena is ready to play tennis!!
** WTA FINALS – FIELD IS SET **
Dickies Arena will be the site of the WTA Finals (Women’s Tennis Association), bringing the eight best singles players and doubles teams from the 2022 WTA season to Fort Worth for the season-ending championship. The fields for the event were finalized this past weekend during the regular season finale in Guadalajara. The tournament will run from Monday, October 31st through November 7, 2022.
The WTA Finals singles field includes (WTA world ranking in parentheses):
- (No. 1) Iga Swiatek – French Open and US Open champion; Won eight titles in 2022
- (No. 2) Ons Jabeur – Won two titles in 2022; Finalist at Wimbledon, US Open
- (No. 3) Jessica Pegula – American closed regular season with title in Guadalajara last week
- (No. 4) Coco Gauff – 18-year-old American at highest career ranking; French Open finalist
- (No. 5) Maria Sakkari – Four-time finalist in 2022; Clinched last Finals spot last week
- (No. 6) Caroline Garcia – Won three titles this season: Owns 10 for her career
- (No. 7) Aryna Sabalenka – Two-time finalist this season; US Open semifinalist
- (No. 8) Daria Kasatkina – Won a pair of titles in 2022; French Open semifinalist
The WTA Finals doubles qualifiers include:
- Barbora Krejcikova & Katerina Siniakova – Defending champions; Won three Majors in 2022
- Garbriela Dabrowski & Giuliana Olmos – Claimed one title from three finals this season
- Coco Gauff & Jessica Pegula – Both in singles; Won three titles, reached French Open final; both also qualified in singles
- Veronika Kudermetova & Elise Mertens – Claimed one title from four finals this season
- Lyudmyla Kichenok & Jelena Ostapenko – Won a pair of titles from four finals this season
- Yifan Xu & ZhaoxuanYang – Claimed two titles together in 2022
- Anna Danilina & Beatriz Haddad Maia – Australian Open finalists; Claimed one title in 2022
- Desirae Krawcyk & Demi Schuurs – Reached two finals this season, claiming one title
Join us in the North Club at Dickies Arena for premium full-service dining featuring signature flame-grilled steaks, lite-bite sharables and salads and housemade desserts. Don’t forget to stop by the North Club Bar for incredible views of the action on the court, specialty cocktails and snacks
10/14/22 – Update: Coco Gauff and Jessica Pegula qualify in doubles for 2022 WTA Finals!
10/13/22 – Update: Jessica Pegula from NY qualifies for 2022 WTA Finals along with two doubles teams!
Fort Worth will host the prestigious year-end finale, featuring the top 8 singles players and doubles teams in the Race to the WTA Finals Fort Worth, October 31 through November 7th at Dickies Arena!
Ticketing details for the 2022 WTA Finals will be available soon via Ticketmaster.
The intended match schedule plan:
Click here to see the latest standings on the Race to the WTA Finals and here for the updated 2022 WTA Tour calendar.
About the WTA
Founded by Billie Jean King in 1983 on the principle of equal opportunity, the WTA is the global leader in women’s professional sports. The WTA is one of the world’s most recognizable and high-profile sports organizations, consisting of more than 1600 players representing approximately 87 nations, all competing to earn WTA rankings, points and prestigious tournament titles. The Hologic WTA Tour is annually comprised of around 50 events and four Grand Slams, spanning six continents and nearly 30 countries and regions with a global audience of over 900 million. Further information on the WTA can be found at wtatennis.com.