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A word from the WTA President for the Ladies Open Lausanne

Dear Tennis Fans,   On behalf of the WTA, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the Ladies Open Lausanne.   The 2022 tennis season is once again providing action, passion and inspiration through the performances of our amazing athletes at WTA tournaments all over the world.   The WTA boasts an incredibly diverse …

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The official list of the Ladies Open Lausanne players has just been revealed!

The field for the third edition of the Ladies Open is looking particularly strong: in addition to Danielle Collins and Belinda Bencic, the winner of the 2021 edition Tamara Zidansek, as well as Daria Kasatkina, Camila Giorgi and Alizé Cornet are all vying for victory in Lausanne. The 24-year-old Slovenian champion Tamara Zidansek will be …

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See you this weekend for the semi-finals and the final!

Despite the heavy rain at the beginning of the week, the tournament did not fall behind on its match schedule, thanks in part to good weather on Friday that allowed for Thursday’s matches to be made up. The players still listed for the quarterfinals were Tamara Zidansek (50), Lucia Bronzetti (241), Natalia Vikhlyantseva (175), Maryna …

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Coming to the Ladies Open Lausanne is also supporting and promoting women’s tennis!

Women’s tennis was all the rage! In the 1970s, when Billie King beat Bobby Riggs, the world suddenly became aware that women could compete with men. Jean-Philippe Danglade, professor of marketing at Kedge Business School and author of Marketing and Celebrities explained already in 2016 in Le Temps that this interest has not always been …

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Great players for the first edition of the Ladies Open Lausanne

The first edition of the Ladies Open Lausanne looks promising. Timea Bacsinszky, Stefanie Voegele and Jil Teichmann will represent Switzerland on the courts of the Tennis Club Stade-Lausanne from July 13 to 21. To win the trophy, they will have to face a strong blue-white-red team made up of the French number one and two …

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