The 2022 WTA Qatar Open takes place between 20 and 26 February. The Middle East swing finishes next week at Qatar TotalEnergies Open. The tournament will run from Monday, 14th to Saturday, February 18th. Below is the complete schedule. WTA 1000 and WTA500 levels alternate in the Qatar TotalEnergies Open and Dubai Duty-Free Championships. Check Qatar Total Open (Tennis) 2022 Prize Money Breakdown.
The WTA 1000 designation was added to Doha’s WTA 500 ranking last season. This event is held at Doha’s Khalifa International Tennis & squash Complex. The Dunlop Australian Open ball is used, and outdoor hard courts are used.
These tables show you the complete breakdown of prize funds for this year’s ATP 250 tournament at Doha. The US dollar amounts have been converted to GBP/Euros to provide a comparison. The exchange rate displayed represents the mid-market exchange rates on the day of the final, when the tournament has ended. You can also view the % increase in award money from last year.
The WTA team will stop at Doha in Qatar from February 20-25, 2022. Doha is home to the Qatar TotalEnergies. Open – an annual event that highlights some of the finest players in the world. Aryna Sabalenka is World No.2 and will take charge of the WTA 1000 event. This event features both rising stars and veterans. Petra Kvitova is the current champion, and several Top 10 players will attend. Including Barbora Crejcikova (French Open champion) and the in-form AnettKontaveit.
Winner: $114,875 $40,720
Finalist: $80,410 $29,240
Semifinalist: $53,255 $18,800
Quarterfinalist: $35,510 $12,530
Round 2: $22,975 N/A
Round 1: $12,530 $7,310
Q2: $6,265 N/A
Q1: $3,130 N/A
The tournament will have a 56-player singles draw and 28-team doubles draw. The Top 8 seeded players will receive a bye into Round 2. The main draw begins Sunday, February 20th. WTA Qatar Open 2022 is held on the hard surface outdoor of Khalifa Tennis and Squash Complex. Doha.
The venue holds 4500. If you are a local, you will have the ability to view the event from inside the stadium. The ticket price starts at $8. You have to get yours before time runs out. The only Top 10 player absent from the Doha field is world No.1 Ashleigh Barty. Who decided to skip the Middle East swing, and No.4 Karolina Pliskova. She is still undergoing treatment for a hand injury that has delayed her entry into the season.