Women’s Tennis Tournament In June Without Any Fans, Charleston To Be Host:-
The annual Women’s Tennis Tournament, which was to be held in early April, becomes the third tennis event that it was forced to cancel at that time due to the coronavirus epidemic. And eventually became a professional tennis event in 2020. But It would be nothing like the incident that has been a staple of the tour since the early 1970s.
The tournament, which will start on June 23 and will be without fans, will be the most widespread event for sports and tennis, as the game went dark in mid-March. It will feature 16 WTA professionals led by four Grand Slam champions: Sloane Stephens, Bianca Andreescu, Sophia Kenin, and Victoria Azarenka. Olympic gold medalist Monica Puig also competes. As do Madison Keys and several Grand Slam doubles champions Bethanie Mattek-Sands.
The incident marks the return of Andreescu, 19, to the competition, who defeated Serena Williams in the US Open 2019 final but left the tour in October due to a knee injury. She has not played an official match since then.
Description About the tournament:-
Keys and Mattek-Sands will be the captains of two teams that will play 16 singles and eight doubles matches. Tough furthermore details regarding the strategy of how to conduct it are yet to announce.
The Charleston event, established in 1973, featured a drawing of 64 players and has traditionally served as the first WTA event in the transition from North American hard courts to red clay in Indian Wells and Miami. It has been extremely popular with players and was to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his move to Charleston from the last two locations.
What the motive of the Women’s Tennis Tournament to proceed without any fans out there?
Charleston Tennis LLC owner Ben Navarro told our close sources that the event would accomplish three important things:
- “Firstly, it will be a solid way to show the world that we can bring live sports to public enjoyment even at the time of such a crisis.
- Second, it enables our community and tennis fans to support all tennis professionals. As many will get opportunities to compete this year in this tournament tough of the epidemic out there.
- Third, it helps us show our front-line medical professionals. How much we care.”
Revenue generated from this will be…
Half of the proceeds from the event, which will air on the Tennis Channel. Will be donated to employees of Medical University of South Carolina Healthcare. Which is the group to implement health and safety protocols to ensure a safe environment? I Will work with the tournament. It is present for all players and employees- Charleston stated.