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Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA
Apr 14 - Apr 20
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Marrakech, MOROCCO
Apr 21 - Apr 27
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Stuttgart, GERMANY
Apr 21 - Apr 27
Portugal Open

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Oeiras, PORTUGAL
Apr 28 - May 03
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Mutua Madrid Open

Madrid, SPAIN
May 03 - May 11
Internazionali BNL d'Italia

Internazionali BNL d'Italia

Rome, ITALY
May 12 - May 18
Hungarian Grand Prix

Hungarian Grand Prix

Budapest, HUNGARY
Jul 07 - Jul 13

Tournament Info

Tier: International
Prize Money: $250,000
Surface: Clay
Director: Jeno Marky
The Hungarian Grand Prix, first played in 1996, is one of several outdoor stops during the WTA's post-Wimbledon European red clay court swing. It is played at the Romai Tennis Academy, the most renowned tennis facility in Hungary, in the country's largest city and capital - Budapest.

Agnes Szavay became the first Hungarian to take the title in Budapest in 2009 and then delighted the locals again by repeating in 2010. "It's unbelievable to win in Hungary again," she said. "The crowd was great, just like last year. To win two times at home, I can't describe this feeling."

The only other player with multiple triumphs in Budapest is Israel's Anna Smashnova, who was victorious in 2005 and 2006. Other past champions include former World No.1 Jelena Jankovic.
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Previous Winners

Year Draws Singles Doubles
2013 Simona Halep Andrea Hlavackova / Lucie Hradecka
2012 Sara Errani Janette Husarova / Magdalena Rybarikova
2011 Roberta Vinci Anabel Medina Garrigues / Alicja Rosolska
2010 Agnes Szavay Tathiana Garbin / Timea Bacsinszky
2009 Agnes Szavay Monica Niculescu / Alisa Kleybanova
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  • WTA Diary: Sixth Time Lucky For Roberta

    July 15, 2013
    Catch up on all the latest WTA news from the past week, including Roberta stopping the rot in Palermo and Maria's surprise new coach.
  • Halep Wins Third WTA Title In Five Weeks

    July 14, 2013
    Having won Nürnberg and 's-Hertogenbosch in back-to-back weeks right before Wimbledon, Simona Halep won her third WTA title in the last five weeks at the Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest.
  • Agnes Szavay Honored In Budapest

    July 14, 2013
    Agnes Szavay, a former Top 15 player who was forced to retire from professional tennis in February due to back injuries, was honored at the Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest on Sunday.
  • Budapest Final: Halep Vs Meusburger

    July 13, 2013
    Simona Halep defeated Alexandra Cadantu in Budapest on Saturday to reach her third final in four tournaments.
  • Halep Ends Home Hopes In Budapest

    July 12, 2013
    Simona Halep reached her fourth semifinal of the season with a straight set win over Hungary's Timea Babos in Budapest on Friday.
  • Scheepers Through To Budapest QFs

    July 11, 2013
    Chanelle Scheepers won 75 64 against Petra Martic to reach the quarterfinals of the Hungarian Grand Prix on Thursday.
  • Beck & Halep Make Budapest Quarters

    July 10, 2013
    Annika Beck and Simona Halep won in straight sets Wednesday, while two seeds were beaten in three-setters at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
  • Budapest Upsets Reign Like It's 1999

    July 09, 2013
    No.1 seed Lucie Safarova and No.2 seed Alizé Cornet dropped their Budapest openers. The only other time the event's Top 2 seeds lost in the first round was 1999.
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Previous Winners

Year Draws Singles Doubles
2013 Simona Halep Andrea Hlavackova / Lucie Hradecka
2012 Sara Errani Janette Husarova / Magdalena Rybarikova
2011 Roberta Vinci Anabel Medina Garrigues / Alicja Rosolska
2010 Agnes Szavay Tathiana Garbin / Timea Bacsinszky
2009 Agnes Szavay Monica Niculescu / Alisa Kleybanova
2008 Alize Cornet Janette Husarova / Alize Cornet
2007 Gisela Dulko Vladimira Uhlirova / Agnes Szavay
2006 Anna Smashnova Janette Husarova / Michaella Krajicek
2005 Anna Smashnova Emilie Loit / Katarina Srebotnik
2004 Jelena Jankovic Petra Mandula / Barbara Schett
2003 Magui Serna Petra Mandula / Elena Tatarkova
2002 Martina Muller Catherine Barclay-Reitz / Emilie Loit
2001 Magdalena Maleeva Tathiana Garbin / Janette Husarova
2000 Tathiana Garbin Lubomira Bacheva / Cristina Torrens Valero
1999 Sarah Pitkowski-Malcor Evgenia Kulikovskaya / Sandra Nacuk
1998 Virginia Ruano Pascual Virginia Ruano Pascual / Paola Suarez
1997 Amanda Coetzer Amanda Coetzer / Alexandra Fusai
1996 Ruxandra Dragomir Ilie Katrina Adams / Debbie Graham
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