WTA Finals 2017 Singapore: Schedule

The 8 WTA singles players and 8 doubles teams who perform the best throughout the 2017 calendar year of tournaments “Race to Singapore”: qualify for the WTA’s crown jewel tournament of the year. For information on how to buy tickets for the 2017 WTA Finals in Singapore visit-> WTA Finals tickets.

In the first year being played in Singapore Serena Williams defeated Simona Halep in the singles final and the Cara Black/Sania Mirza team won the doubles championship. In 2015 Agnieszka Radwanska edged Petra Kvitova in a 3-set final and the Martina Hingis/Sania Mirza pairing dropped just 9 games for doubles title.

Last year 7th seed Dominika Cibulkova upset the world No.1 Angelique Kerber to earn the most prestigious title of her career and the Russian team of Elena Vesnina/Ekaterina Makarova won the doubles championship ousting the defending champions in the semi finals.

The first four days of the WTA Finals have one session and showcase two Round Robin (RR) singles matches. The 8-team doubles draw is a knockout competition with the Quarter Finals commencing on the fifth day. All in all there will be 7 doubles matches and 15 singles matches played in this 8-day tournament.

NB: if any singles player is in the doubles final as well, then the singles final will be played before the doubles final.

WTA Finals 2017 schedule of play:

Sunday 22 October: singles RR match at 5:00pm and another singles not before 7:30pm;

Monday 23 October: singles RR two matches back-to-back from 7:30pm;

Tuesday 24 October: singles RR two matches back-to-back from 7:30pm;

Wednesday 25 October: singles RR two matches back-to-back from 7:30pm;

Thursday 26 October:

  • Session 1 – One doubles match at 1:30pm and not before 4pm one singles RR;
  • Session 2 – One singles RR match at 7:30pm followed by one doubles;

Friday 27 October:

  • Session 1 – One doubles match at 1:30pm and not before 4pm one singles RR;
  • Session 2 – One singles RR match at 7:30pm followed by one doubles;

Saturday 28 October semi finals day:

  • Session 1 – One doubles semi final at 1:30pm and not before 4pm singles semi final;
  • Session 2 – One singles semi final at 7:30pm followed by one doubles semi final;

Sunday 29 October finals day:

The Doubles Final at 4pm and not before 7:30pm the Singles Final.

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