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Wuhan, CHINA
Sep 25 - Oct 01
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Tashkent, UZBEKISTAN
Sep 26 - Oct 01
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Beijing, CHINA
Oct 01 - Oct 09
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Linz, AUSTRIA
Oct 10 - Oct 16
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Tianjin, CHINA
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HASHIMOTO SOGYO JAPAN WOMEN'S OPEN TENNIS - Tokyo

HASHIMOTO SOGYO JAPAN WOMEN'S OPEN TENNIS - Tokyo

Tokyo, JAPAN
Sep 12 - Sep 18
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Tournament Info

Tier: International
Prize Money: $226,750
Surface: Hard
Director: Ms. Hikaru Mizutani
Coming during the first week of the WTA calendar's Far East leg in the fall is the Japan Women's Open Tennis at Tokyo's Ariake Tennis Forest Park.

At the tournament's previous home, Osaka's Utsubo Tennis Center, Samantha Stosur captured the inaugural edition in 2009 and became the tournament's first two-time champion in 2013 and three-time champion in 2014. The event made headlines in 2010 for featuring the oldest-known final in WTA history, with then-33-year-old Tamarine Tanasugarn beating 40-year-old Japanese native Kimiko Date-Krumm. And at the 2012 staging, Heather Watson became the first British WTA title winner since Sara Gomer won Aptos in 1988.
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Previous Winners

Year Draws Singles Doubles
2016 Christina McHale Shuko Aoyama / Makoto Ninomiya
2015 Yanina Wickmayer Yung-Jan Chan / Hao-Ching Chan
2014 Samantha Stosur Renata Voracova / Shuko Aoyama
2013 Samantha Stosur Flavia Pennetta / Kristina Mladenovic
2012 Heather Watson Raquel Atawo / Abigail Spears
2011 Marion Bartoli Kimiko Date-Krumm / Shuai Zhang
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  • Ranking Watch: Dodin Debuts In Top 100 After First Title In Québec

    September 19, 2016
    Oceane Dodin became the youngest WTA title-winner in 2016 and made the biggest ranking leap of the week; Coupe Banque Nationale runner-up Lauren Davis also returned to Top 100.
  • Notes & Netcords: September 19, 2016

    September 19, 2016
    A pair of first-time title winners dominated in Québec City and Tokyo - find out who made big ranking moves and where the Top 20 are playing this week right here!
  • McHale Fightback Earns Tokyo Title

    September 18, 2016
    Christina McHale completed a marathon journey to her maiden WTA title after a rollercoaster victory over Katerina Siniakova in the final of the Japan Women's Open Tennis.
  • McHale, Siniakova Set Tokyo Final

    September 17, 2016
    Katerina Siniakova powered past No.6 seed Zhang Shuai to book a spot in the final at the Japan Women's Open Tennis, where she'll face Christina McHale for the title.
  • Cepelova Ends Home Hopes In Tokyo

    September 16, 2016
    Jana Cepelova ended home hopes at the Japan Women's Open Tennis with a hard-fought victory over Kurumi Nara in Friday's quarterfinals.
  • Zhang Topples Osaka In Tokyo

    September 15, 2016
    No.6 seed Zhang Shuai ended Naomi Osaka's hopes at the Japan Women's Open Tennis with a straight set victory in their second-round clash on Thursday.
  • Siniakova Wins Tokyo Marathon

    September 14, 2016
    Katerina Siniakova required six match points and nearly three hours to defeat Louisa Chirico, 6-4, 5-7, 7-6(3), in the second round of the Japan Women's Open Tennis.
  • Larsson Shines In Tokyo Rain

    September 13, 2016
    No.4 seed Johanna Larsson powered past Sabine Lisicki in straight sets to advance in a day full of upsets at the Hashimoto Sogyo Japan Women's Open Tennis.
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Previous Winners

Year Draws Singles Doubles
2016 Christina McHale Shuko Aoyama / Makoto Ninomiya
2015 Yanina Wickmayer Yung-Jan Chan / Hao-Ching Chan
2014 Samantha Stosur Renata Voracova / Shuko Aoyama
2013 Samantha Stosur Flavia Pennetta / Kristina Mladenovic
2012 Heather Watson Raquel Atawo / Abigail Spears
2011 Marion Bartoli Kimiko Date-Krumm / Shuai Zhang
2010 Tamarine Tanasugarn Lilia Osterloh / Kai-Chen Chang
2009 Samantha Stosur Lisa Raymond / Chia-Jung Chuang
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