- Location: Beijing, China
- Schedule: Monday, September 29 - Sunday, October 5
- Begins on: Men's --Monday, September 29 Women's -- Saturday, September 27
- Draw Size: S-32 D-16
- Surface: Hard
- Prize Money: Men's -- $2,500,470 Women's -- $5,575,381
- Tournament Director: WTA Tournament Director: Alfred Zhang Jun Hui
- Official Website: www.chinaopen.com.cn/
- TV Schedule / Beijing Live Streaming
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|Former Men's Beijing Tennis Champions:
2009 Novak Djokovic
2008 Andy Roddick
2007 Fernando Gonzalez
2006 Marcos Baghdatis
2005 Rafael Nadal
2004 Marat Safin
1997 Jim Courier
1996 Greg Rusedski
1995 Michael Chang
1994 Michael Chang
1993 Michael Chang
The latest Beijing tournament news:
- Sinner Scores Second ATP Title In All-Italian Final
- nner is also the youngest player to win back-to-back titles since Rafael Nadal, 19, at the 2005 China Open in Beijing and Madrid.
Sinner won't have much time to celebrate as he's due to meet Denis Shapovalov Monday night in ...
- Djokovic Overcomes Edmund At US Open; Murray v Auger-Aliassime Thurs.
"Hits a big ball," Murray said of the Canadian. "He moves well. I hit with him once only in Beijing last year… He's getting up to the top of the game. I think he quite obviously likes playing on the hard cou...
- Madrid Masters Officially Cancelled; US Open Field Boosted?
- Madrid's cancellation also means none of the four Premier Mandatory events -- Indian Wells, Miami, Madrid and Beijing -- will take place on the hard-hit WTA Tour. ...
- China Tennis Events All Cancelled; WTA Hit Hard, Finals Unlikely
- rsday night, as announced by both tours.
The ATP will not hold their Shanghai Masters this year along with Beijing. But, the WTA was hit hard. The tour which invested heavily in China, lost seven more events in that country ...
- US Open For North American Players, French Open For European?
- French for the Europeans.
Asians might have to waiting until October and a possible Tokyo, Shanghai, Wuhan Beijing swing. Then, perhaps some indoor events, although they seem unlikely right now. And I'm not sure how an ATP o...
- Dominic Thiem v Alexander Zverev Australian Open SF, Who's The Pick? Djokovic-Federer Redux
Thiem did beat Zverev indoors on a slick court at the ATP Finals last November. Zverev won at 2016 Beijing, their only outdoor hardcourt clash.
Both are playing well, both seem to be fresh and ready. Thiem has the...
- Cinderella Kenin Ends Barty Party At Australian Open, Will Meet Muguruza For Title
- ose balls and I couldn't take the domination of the point."
Kenin beat Muguruza in three sets last year in Beijing.
"I think she is playing great," said Muguruza of Kenin. "I think since a while she's just progressing up ...
- Tsitsipas Too Good For Federer, Will Meet Thiem For ATP Finals Title; Who's The Pick?
- ooking at this match-up, Thiem leads 4-2 with all meetings since the start of 2018. Thiem won recently in the Beijing final in three sets last month and I'm going to give him the slight edge here.
Thiem seems to be in better...