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Upcoming Tournaments

Dongfeng Motor Wuhan Open

Dongfeng Motor Wuhan Open

Wuhan, CHINA
Sep 21 - Sep 27
China Open

China Open

Beijing, CHINA
Sep 27 - Oct 05
Generali Ladies Linz

Generali Ladies Linz

Linz, AUSTRIA
Oct 06 - Oct 12
WTA

Japan Women's Open Tennis

Osaka, JAPAN
Oct 06 - Oct 12
Tianjin Open - Tianjin, China

Tianjin Open - Tianjin, China

Tianjin, CHINA
Oct 06 - Oct 12
BGL BNP Paribas Luxembourg Open

BGL BNP Paribas Luxembourg Open

Luxembourg, LUXEMBOURG
Oct 13 - Oct 18
Shenzhen Open

Shenzhen Open

Shenzhen, CHINA
Dec 29 - Jan 04

Tournament Info

Tier: International
Prize Money: $500,000
Surface: Hard
Director: Nick Freyer
The Shenzhen Open, one of the events kicking off the calendar, is also one of six WTA tournaments in China in 2014. It is staged at the Longgang Tennis Centre, which features 32 courts, and a 4,000-seat Centre Court that uses Hawk-Eye.

Chinese superstar and former French Open champion Li Na did her home country proud by capturing the first two editions of the event in 2013 and 2014. In fact, her triumph over Peng Shuai in 2014 was the second all-Chinese final in WTA history.

A major city in the south of Southern China's Guangdong Province just north of Hong Kong, Shenzhen's modern cityscape is a result of a vibrant economy fueled by foreign investment. It is deemed southern mainland China's financial hub and hosts the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.
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Previous Winners

Year Draws Singles Doubles
2014 Na Li Klara Zakopalova / Monica Niculescu
2013 Na Li Yung-Jan Chan / Hao-Ching Chan
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  • Video: Li Vs Peng In Shenzhen

    January 07, 2014
    Li Na and Peng Shuai squared off in the final of the Shenzhen Open over the weekend, just the second all-Chine...
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  • Video: Li Vs Peng In Shenzhen

    January 07, 2014
    Li Na and Peng Shuai squared off in the final of the Shenzhen Open over the weekend, just the second all-Chinese final in WTA history. Check out some of the highlights from Finals Day right here!
  • RTS Update: Serena Takes Early Lead

    January 06, 2014
    With WTA legend Evonne Goolagong Cawley by their side, Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka took the early lead in the Road To Singapore standings after their strong performances in Brisbane.
  • Li Wins All-Chinese Final In Shenzhen

    January 04, 2014
    Li Na lifted her game at the tail end of each set to beat Peng Shuai in an all-Chinese final at the Shenzhen Open. It was the eighth WTA title of Li's career and her first successful WTA title defense.
  • Video: Vera's Comeback & More

    January 04, 2014
    From daily captures from around the grounds to WTA stars ringing in the New Year and the comeback of two-time Grand Slam finalist Vera Zvonareva, check out video from the Shenzhen Open right here.
  • All-Chinese Final Set In Shenzhen

    January 03, 2014
    China's Top 2 players, Li Na and Peng Shuai, moved through to the Shenzhen Open final on Friday. It's just the second all-Chinese final in WTA history - when was the first? Who was in it? Read on!
  • Video: WTA Stars Shine In Shenzhen

    January 03, 2014
    From the Sara Errani and Zhang Shuai's historic visit to Peng Shuai cooking and the player party with Li Na and Vera Zvonareva, check out off-court video from the Shenzhen Open right here, right now!
  • Li Outlasts Niculescu In Shenzhen

    January 02, 2014
    Li Na battled over two hours to beat Monica Niculescu in the quarterfinals of the Shenzhen Open. Chinese No.2 Peng Shuai also won and they are now a win away from an all-Chinese final.
  • Li In & Errani Out In Shenzhen

    January 01, 2014
    Li Na kept winning but Sara Errani was picked off by Vania King as the second round came to a close at the Shenzhen Open. Next up for Li is someone who won their only previous meeting - who is it?
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  • Gallery: Road To Singapore Begins

    January 06, 2014
    The WTA launched the Road To Singapore campaign this week, and around the world the stars of the WTA held up the campaign road signs to show their support - see the first eight pics here!
  • Gallery: Week 1's Fantastic Finals

    January 06, 2014
    The Road To Singapore began in Brisbane, Shenzhen and Auckland this past week, with three megastars lifting WTA trophies - have a look back at the best pics from the first finals weekend of 2014!
  • Shenzhen Gallery: Off-Court Adventures

    January 03, 2014
    From homegrown stars like Li Na and Zhang Shuai to stars from around the world like Sara Errani, there has been no shortage of adventure off the court at the Shenzhen Open. See the pics here...
  • Shenzhen Gallery: Dragon Square

    December 28, 2013
    Li Na, the highest-ranked Asian player in tennis history, and Vera Zvonareva, who is making her comeback to the tour this week, were at Dragon Square in Shenzhen for a pre-tournament photo shoot.
  • Shenzhen Gallery: Another Sister Act

    January 06, 2013
    The Williamses, the Radwanskas... the Chans? Chan Yung-Jan and Chan Hao-Ching became the first sister act to win a WTA title together in 2013. Li Na also finished first in Shenzhen.
  • Shenzhen Gallery: Chinese Heroes

    January 05, 2013
    China's Li Na and Peng Shuai have been keeping up appearances off the court all week at the Shenzhen Longgang Gemdale Open - and then they squared off on the court, too.
  • Shenzhen Gallery: Action Heating Up

    January 04, 2013
    It's down to the business end of the Shenzhen Longgang Gemdale Open, and from Stadium court to the practice courts, fans have been treated to some awesome action. Check it out!
  • Shenzhen Gallery: Off The Court In China

    January 02, 2013
    Jelena Jankovic, Marion Bartoli and Li Na are just some of the players who have been keeping busy off the court at the Shenzhen Longgang Gemdale Open. Check out 15 off-court pics here!
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Previous Winners

Year Draws Singles Doubles
2014 Na Li Klara Zakopalova / Monica Niculescu
2013 Na Li Yung-Jan Chan / Hao-Ching Chan
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