The 2012 Charleston Open is one of eleven WTA tennis tournaments in the USA each year and is one of only six WTA Premier 700 category tournaments. The official name of Charleston due to title sponsorship naming rights is the Family Circle Cup.
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The 2012 tournament is being held at Family Circle Tennis Centre, Daniel Island in Charleston, South Carolina, USA. The court surface is Green Clay and the centre court named the Family Circle Stadium court seats 10,200 people. This tournament is enjoying the longest title sponsorship in both men’s and women’s tennis with Family Circle being the sponsor from the outset in 1973. This year is the big 40th year of this event being held.
This tournament runs from Saturday 31 March to Sunday 8 April. The women’s singles qualifying event is being held on Saturday and Sunday March 31 and April 1. The main draw singles event runs from Monday 2 April through to the Women’s Singles Final day on Sunday 8 April.
The 2011 women’s singles champion was No.1 seed Caroline WOZNIACKI who defeated the unseeded Elena VESNINA in the final 6-2, 6-3 to win her first Charleston singles title after being the runner-up in 2009 and a semi-finalist in 2010.
- Charleston 2012 Women’s Qualifying Singles Draw
- Charleston 2012 Women’s Singles Draw: 1st Round
- Charleston 2012 Women’s Singles Draw
- Charleston 2012 Women’s Schedule of Play
- Charleston 2011 Women’s Schedule of Play
- WTA Premier Tournaments
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