- Location: Moscow, Russia
- Schedule: Monday, October 13 - Sunday, October 19
- Begins on: Men's --Monday, October 13 Women's -- Monday, October 13
- Draw Size: S-28 D-16
- Surface: Indoor Hard
- Prize Money: Men's -- $776,620 Women's -- $710,000
- Tournament Director: WTA Tournament Director: Aleksei Selivanenko
- Official Website: www.kremlincup.ru
- TV Schedule / Moscow Live Streaming
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|Former Men's Moscow Tennis Champions:
2009 Mikhail Youzhny
2008 Igor Kunitsyn
2007 Nikolay Davydenko
2006 Nikolay Davydenko
2005 Igor Andreev
2004 Nikolay Davydenko
2003 Taylor Dent
2002 Paul-Henri Mathieu
2001 Yevgeny Kafelnikov
2000 Yevgeny Kafelnikov
1999 Yevgeny Kafelnikov
1998 Yevgeny Kafelnikov
1997 Yevgeny Kafelnikov
1996 Goran Ivanisevic
1995 Carl-Uwe Steeb
1994 Alexander Volkov
1993 Marc Rosset
1992 Marc Rosset
1991 Andrei Cherkasov
1990 Andrei Cherkasov
The latest Moscow tournament news:
- Simona Halep Secures Year-End No. 1 Ranking For Second Straight Year
- on Shenzhen and Canada and made the finals in Melbourne, Rome and Cincinnati.
Halep was scheduled to be in Moscow this week but she is still hampered by a back injury.
- Halep Leads Women, Dzumhur Defends on Men's Side at ATP/WTA Moscow
- A Premier Series women's event and a 250 event on the men's side, the co-ed Kremlin Cup features world No. 1 Simona Halep's return from injury.
VTB KREMLIN CUP
MOSCOW, Russia; surface: indoor hard
Women's Seeds: Simona...
- Teen Yastremska Beats Wang for WTA Hong Kong Championship
- g a breakout season, a third title of the year. She is the sixth teenager to reach a final in 2018, and joins Moscow River Cup champion Olga Danilovic as the second teenage titlist of the season.
She had a 13 winners to on...
- Gasparyan Caps Knee Surgery Comeback with WTA Tashkent Title
- in the first set and never looking back. Potapova was appearing in her second WTA final of the year after the Moscow River Cup.
"It's been a amazing week for me," Potapova said. "Most importantly I got to play many matches ...
- Maria Sharapova's 2018 Season Is Over
- 5-time Grand Slam winner Maria Sharapova has shut down her 2018 season, withdrawing from Beijing, Tianjin and Moscow.
"Unfortunately as I recover from my right shoulder injury, I am withdrawing from Beijing, Tianjin and Mos...
- Danilovic Wins All-Teen Final to Set WTA History at Moscow
- he main draw became the first player in Open Era history to win a title with such a designation, claiming the Moscow River Cup trophy.
The 17-year-old Serbian in the final beat fellow 17-year-old Anastasia Potapova, a wild...
- Svitolina the Queen of Dubai After 2nd Straight WTA Title
- nd was looking for her first tournament win since Charleston of last year. She was also the 2017 runner-up at Moscow.
- Sharapova Sliced Up by Niculescu 1st Rd. at WTA Doha -- What of Maria?
- winning one title at the small Tianjin event, and losing in the first round in her last event of the year at Moscow.
This year she has a 5-3 win-loss record. At the Australian Open she won two rounds before facing No. 21 s...