China Open (tennis)
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China Open Tennis
China Open
Tournament information
LocationBeijing (2004-present)
China
VenueNational Tennis Center (2009-present)
Beijing Tennis Center (2004-2008)
SurfaceHard / Outdoor
(2004-current)
Websitechinaopen.com
Current champions (2018)
Men's singlesGeorgia (country) Nikoloz Basilashvili
Women's singlesDenmark Caroline Wozniacki
Men's doublesPoland ?ukasz Kubot
Brazil Marcelo Melo
Women's doublesCzech Republic Andrea Sestini Hlavá?ková
Czech Republic Barbora Strýcová
ATP World Tour
Category500 Series
Draw32S/16Q/16D
Prize moneyUS$3,401,860 (2017)[1]
WTA Tour
CategoryPremier Mandatory
Draw60S/32Q/28D
Prize moneyUS$6,381,679 (2017)[2]

The China Open is an annual men's and women's professional tennis tournament held in Beijing, China. The women's event is the third highest tier Premier Mandatory series on the WTA tour, while the men's is a fourth tier ATP World Tour 500 series event. The tournament was first held in 2004 as a back-to-back event for 4 years. In 2008, it became a combined event for the first time.

In 2006, the China Open became the first tournament outside the United States to use the Hawk-Eye system in match play.[3]

Novak Djokovic is the only player to have won the title six times and holds the distinction of having never lost a match at the China Open. Djokovic holds the record for consecutive wins with four titles. In doubles, the Bryan Brothers are the only doubles pair to have won consecutive titles.

Svetlana Kuznetsova, Serena Williams, Agnieszka Radwa?ska and Caroline Wozniacki hold the record for most titles won in the women's tournament, with two titles each.

Past finals

Women's Singles

Men's Singles

Women's Doubles

Men's Doubles

See also

References

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Coordinates: 40°01?08?N 116°22?23?E / 40.019°N 116.373°E / 40.019; 116.373


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