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It’s going to be the biggest tennis event in Poland. WTA 250 BNP Paribas Warsaw Open will take place between 24th and 30th July 2023 on the Legia Tenis & Golf courts at 4a Myśliwiecka Street in Warsaw.

       Women’s tennis at the world level is coming back to the Polish capital in a unique way. The titular partners of the tournament are Bank BNP Paribas, which strategically supports tennis worldwide, and the Capital City of Warsaw – a place where the rich history of Polish tennis and its modern version meet. The host city became a titular sponsor this year, hence the tournament’s new name – BNP Paribas Warsaw Open.

       The organisers of the tournament from Tennis Consulting are creating an event with an increasingly strong brand which attracts tennis stars to Poland. This year’s games will take place on the modernised Legia Tenis & Golf hardcourts, specifically on the Laykold surface. Given the date, this should encourage world-class tennis players to play in Warsaw.

At the head of the players will be Iga Świątek – three-time Roland Garros champion (2020, 2022 and 2023) and the winner of the US Open 2022. There’s no better way to promote Polish tennis, and the event will be unique not only from the fan’s perspective.

 

Competing in front of Polish fans is always something special for me. All the more, I am glad that the WTA tournament will be held in Warsaw. I can hear Polish fans cheering during matches worldwide, but this time there will be thousands of them. I hope that together with the other tennis players, we will provide a lot of sports emotions – Iga Świątek’s comment on playing in front of the Polish fans last year.

       The organisation of the WTA 250 tournament in Warsaw is an excellent opportunity for the young generation of Polish tennis players and other top tennis players. Undoubtedly, the largest tennis event in Poland with a global reach will be a grand celebration of tennis not only on the courts but also in the stands.

32 players and 16 pairs of doubles will play in the main tournament, which will be preceded by the traditional eliminations starting on Sunday, 23rd July – on that day, admission to the courts will be free. Tickets are valid for the main tournament matches between the 24th and 30th July, with sales starting on the 21st June.