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Iga Świątek was joined in the main ladder by Magdalena Fręch.

Kaja Juvan from Slovenia, due to health problems, has pulled out of the BNP Paribas Poland Open. This means the main ladder will see a second Pole – Magdalena Fręch /WTA 92/, who has achieved her lifetime success on the courts of Wimbledon, reaching the third round in singles and doubles. The high ranking of the players, who had entered the Warsaw tournament made Magdalena Fręch the first person on the waiting list.

One change has also been made in the qualifying ladder. Elsa Jacquemot from France will be replaced by Alexandra Cadantu-Ignatik from Romania. Here, other Polish women – Katarzyna Kawa / WTA 132 / and Maja Chwalińska / WTA 170 / will also look for a chance to advance to the main tournament of the BNP PARIBAS Poland Open.

BNP Paribas Poland Open 2022 will begin on 25th July 2022. The tickets can be purchased on ebliet.pl and bilety.legia.com.

The ticket guarantees all-day entry to the courts and watching the matches played on a given day. The ticket entitles you to enter the central and side courts. At the entrance, it will be exchanged for a wristband that allows you to enter and leave the courts without any limit.

BNP Paribas Poland Open will be held between 25 and 31 July 2022 on the Warsaw courts of #LegiaTenis&Gold on the street Myśliwiecka 4A. The WTA 250 tournament organised in our country is one of the 30 tournaments of this rank played around the world during the year. Poland has found itself in the most honourable circle and thereby has come back on the tennis world map.