Tallinn Open WTA 250 pallilapsed

WTA 250 2022, point system and prize money

This season, there are currently plans for 29 WTA 250 tournaments of which Tallinn Open is number 27 in line. There has been confusion with the tournaments caused by China’s withdrawal from organising autumn competitions and the Ukraine war due to which no tournaments can be organised in Russia. As a result, the WTA calendar is not complete from October onwards and some WTA 250 tournaments may be added. 

Therefore, Tallinn Open is so to speak the successor of the Moscow Tournament although the tournament organised in the Russian capital was at the WTA 500 level. The defending champion of the Moscow tournament is Estonia’s own Anett Kontaveit. Hence, it could be said that even though the Tallinn tournament is organised for the first time this year, we already have a defending champion.

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