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WTA Championships Gallery: Singapore It Is

WTA Chairman & CEO Stacey Allaster joined various executives to announce Singapore as the WTA Championships host from 2014 to 2018.

Published May 08, 2013 06:36

Children joined various executives for the announcement of Singapore as the new WTA Championships host.
Children joined various executives for the announcement of Singapore as the new WTA Championships host.
WTA Chairman & CEO Stacey Allaster announced Singapore will host the WTA Championships from 2014 to 2018.
WTA Chairman & CEO Stacey Allaster announced Singapore will host the WTA Championships from 2014 to 2018.
Andrew Georgiou is Chief Executive Officer of World Sport Group, which represented Singapore's winning bid.
Andrew Georgiou is Chief Executive Officer of World Sport Group, which represented Singapore's winning bid.
Singapore sports and tourism executives joined Allaster to pose with a mural during the press conference.
Singapore sports and tourism executives joined Allaster to pose with a mural during the press conference.
Georgiou, Allaster and Chief Executive of the Singapore Tourism Board Lionel Yeo at the press conference.
Georgiou, Allaster and Chief Executive of the Singapore Tourism Board Lionel Yeo at the press conference.
The executives posed with a replica of the Billie Jean King Trophy during Wednesday's proceedings.
The executives posed with a replica of the Billie Jean King Trophy during Wednesday's proceedings.
Georgiou spoke with the Billie Jean King Trophy replica at his side.
Georgiou spoke with the Billie Jean King Trophy replica at his side.
Allaster commented on the WTA's continued growth in the Asia Pacific region.
Allaster commented on the WTA's continued growth in the Asia Pacific region.
Georgiou and Allaster, with the Billie Jean King Trophy replica between them, were all smiles.
Georgiou and Allaster, with the Billie Jean King Trophy replica between them, were all smiles.
Allaster said more than 40 cities expressed interest in hosting the season finale during the tender process.
Allaster said more than 40 cities expressed interest in hosting the season finale during the tender process.
  • Children joined various executives for the announcement of Singapore as the new WTA Championships host.
  • WTA Chairman & CEO Stacey Allaster announced Singapore will host the WTA Championships from 2014 to 2018.
  • Andrew Georgiou is Chief Executive Officer of World Sport Group, which represented Singapore's winning bid.
  • Singapore sports and tourism executives joined Allaster to pose with a mural during the press conference.
  • Georgiou, Allaster and Chief Executive of the Singapore Tourism Board Lionel Yeo at the press conference.
  • The executives posed with a replica of the Billie Jean King Trophy during Wednesday's proceedings.
  • Georgiou spoke with the Billie Jean King Trophy replica at his side.
  • Allaster commented on the WTA's continued growth in the Asia Pacific region.
  • Georgiou and Allaster, with the Billie Jean King Trophy replica between them, were all smiles.
  • Allaster said more than 40 cities expressed interest in hosting the season finale during the tender process.
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