The 45th edition WTA Stuttgart Open will be held between April 17 and April 23. This WTA 500 event also goes by the name Porsche Tennis Grand Prix. This competition will take place indoors on clay. This year, many top seeds will participate in this event, including Ons Jabeur Caroline Garcia and Coco Guff.
Iga Swaatek , the current World No.1 is the defending winner of this tournament. This competition will include the 2023 Australian Open winner Aryna Sablalenka, as well as the 2022 Wimbledon and Maria Sakkari champions. Jessica Pegula, however, will not be taking part in this competition.
Belinda Bencic, Petra Kvitova have also decided to miss this tournament. Anastasia Potapova, and Alycia Parks are taking their place. Paula Badosa, Emma Raducanu, Tatjana Marie, and Jule Nimeier were the wildcard entrants in the main draw.
Cristina Bucsa, and Petra Martic received wildcard entries to the qualifiers. Tamara Korpatsch, and Ylena in-Albon were also players who received entry to the qualifiers for this tournament.
In 1978, the first edition of this tournament took place. The tournament used to be played in Filderstadt, Germany. In 2006 the location changed to Stuttgart. The tournament was also part of WTA Premier until 2019 but became a part of WTA Tour in 2021.
The tournament used to be played indoors on hard courts, but in 2009 it was switched to clay. Martina Navratilova is the winner of this competition with the most wins, i.e. She won the competition six times, but only when it was held in Filderstadt. Maria Sharapov won this competition the most times. Three times in Stuttgart.
WTA Stuttgart Open TV Schedule and Broadcasting Details 2023
Iga Swaiatek poses with WTA Stuttgat Open singles trophy 2022.
The following is a list of channels which will broadcast the WTA Stuttgart Open competition:
Tennis Channel/ TC Plus – USA
Amazon PrimeVideo (United Kingdom and Ireland)
Astro – Malaysia
beIN Sports –Australia Monaco Turkey France
Canal+ – Poland
Charlton – Israel
DigiSport – Romania
ESPN – Latin America
Eurosport, Tennis Channel, Porsche Tennis TV – Germany
Network4 – Hungary
NowTV– Hong Kong
Nova Sports– Greece and Cyprus
O2 TV – Czech Republic
Spark – New Zealand
Sportscast – Taipei
Sportsmax – Caribbean
Supersport Africa– Africa
Super Tennis – Italy
Star Hub – Singapore
TAP – Philippines
TrueVision – Thailand
WTA TV will be able to stream all matches live.