WTA Chennai Open: Sony TV to broadcast live; Ticket prices announced

The Chennai Open WTA 250 International Women’s Tennis Tournament is to be held for the first ever time at the SDAT Tennis Stadium in Nungambakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. 

The entry list contains some highly popular players : https://www.dartsrankings.com/tennis/women/chennai


The sponsorship is being extended by the eminent corporates:

Platinum Sponsors

  • Tata Consultancy Services
  • Thomas Cook India Limited
  • Dafa News

Gold Sponsors:

  1. RELA Hospital
  2. A.V.Thomas & Company Ltd.

Silver Sponsors:

  1. Sunfeast Biscuits from ITC.

Partners who will facilitate the successful conduct of the tournament are:

  1. Broadcasting partner: Sony TV
  2. Connectivity partner: ACT Fibernet
  3. Digital app partner: Chennai live 104.8
  4. Luxury partner: Mercedes-Benz
  5. Metaverse and NFT partner:  Yunometa
  6. Hospitality partner: Hotel Leela Palace


For the public, the entry to witness tournament will be by purchase of online tickets through the website chennaiopenwta.in

Season tickets for all 7 days from Monday to Sunday 12th to 18th September 2022: Rs.1000, Rs.2000 and Rs.3000.

Daily tickets from 12-15 September 2022: Rs.100/Rs.200/Rs.300. 

Daily tickets for the last three days 16-18 September 2022: Rs.200/Rs.400/ Rs.600.

The announcement on the exact date from which ticket sales will begin will be announced shortly.

Draws & Schedule

The Qualifying draw will be made on Friday the 9th September. Main Draw will be held on Saturday afternoon at the venue. The qualifying rounds will be played on Saturday the 10th and Sunday 11th September from 4 pm onwards. The Main Draw matches will begin at 5 pm on three courts. 


The WTA supervisor is Kerrilyn Cramer from Australia and the referee is Sheetal Iyer of India. The Co-Tournament Directors are: Premkumar Karra, Honorary Secretary, TNTA and Hiten Joshi CEO, TNTA. They will be assisted by a team of TNTA staff and young volunteers. 

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