The BNP Paribas WTA (Women’s Tennis Association) Finals Singapore presented by SC Global is the WTA’s crown jewel event and takes place at the end of the year. This year, for the fifth and final time, it will take place in Singapore from 21-28 October 2018. The Finals sees tennis’ most exciting women’s stars – the Top 8 Singles players and Top 8 Doubles teams – come to Singapore to contest in the season ending tournament for a record US$7 million in prize money.
The BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global will be staged at the state-of-the-art SG$1.3 billion Singapore Sports Hub.
All competitive matches will be played at the iconic Singapore Indoor Stadium, a major facility within the all-new Singapore Sports Hub. The Fan Festival will be organized on the grounds of the 35 hectare Sports Hub, situated at the edge of the Kallang Basin, next to Singapore’s city centre. The Sports Hub will feature a 55,000-seat National Stadium with a retractable roof; a 6,000-seat OCBC Aquatic Centre; an OCBC Arena capable of hosting indoor sports events with up to 3,000 seats in capacity; a Water Sports Centre; 41,000 sqm of commercial retail space; Community Sports Facilities such as basketball courts, beach volleyball courts, rock climbing wall, lawn bowls green, jogging and cycling sports promenade; and the existing Singapore Indoor Stadium.
Seriously, reschedule stuff and block your calendar. Get set for a 10-day tennis festival. Expect tennis, exhibitions and activities – tailored to create the ultimate tennis fan experience – The festival begins Saturday, 20 October 2018, starting with the launch of the Fan Festival, which will run throughout the tournament. The first day of competition is on Sunday, 21 October 2018, with the Finals of the Singles and Doubles competitions held on Sunday, 28 October 2018. Get your full match schedule here.
After 52 WTA Tournaments and 4 Grand Slams, held across 32 countries, only the world’s Top 8 make it to the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global. It is celebrated as the most prestigious, anticipated, and coveted tournament on the Women’s Tennis Sporting Calendar. Beyond the actual competition, expect other tennis-related events, including the WTA Future Stars competition which will also showcase the best of U16 and U14 talent from the region.
The Fan Festival is where you get to catch your favourite stars up close, “meet and greet”, practice court viewings, etc. Networking Sessions through business conferences and events will also be organised. VIEW Racquet Club Schedule
Expect to meet tennis' most exciting stars – the Top 8 Singles players and Top 8 Doubles teams – of the world. At WTA Future Stars, be amongst the first to view the best of U16 and U14 talents in the region.
At the Racquet Club, rub shoulders with the who’s who of local, regional, and global tennis, from fellow fans to pundits, athletes and their associates.
A full match schedule with ticket details is available here. Tickets are available here. If you are a OCBC cardholder or StarHub customer, you enjoy early access and/or discounts on the tickets. Please refer to Tickets & Hospitality for more information.
Hospitality packages at the Racquet Club – the official hospitality experience for the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global – are also now available. Interested parties can enquire at email@example.com
OCBC Bank & StarHub customers can enjoy an exclusive priority sale from 10 May (10am) - 24 May (9.59am).
All tickets and packages go on sale to the public from 24 May (10am) onwards.
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In the Singles competition, the players will compete in Round Robin Group Play in two groups.
The winner of group A will play the runner-up in Group B, and the runner-up in Group A will play the winner of Group B in the Semi-Finals, and the winners will contest the Final.
In the Doubles competition, the teams will play in a straight knockout format through the Final.
As players compete to qualify through a series of tournaments throughout the year, it is impossible to predict when particular players will play in the tournament. The “Porsche Race to Singapore” leaderboard on the WTA Finals website will serve as the best and most useful guide for the frontrunners.
When your favourite players take to the courts, will be known only after the Draw is made just before competition commences in October. However, the first five days of the competition (21-25 October) will definitely see all players in the Singles competition in action. With so many top players playing against one another in Round Robin format during the opening round of matches, every session will feel like a Grand Slam final!
A full match schedule is available here.
The tennis tournaments are played on an indoor hard court. Centre Court is located at Singapore Indoor Stadium.
In Singapore, the tennis tournaments can also be viewed on StarHub, the official broadcaster for the WTA Tour, on SuperSports 3 (Channel 203).
No, bag deposits are not available
Yes, there are concessions available for senior and students. You can buy tickets at the Singapore Sports Hub Ticketing Office or any Singpost outlets.
Proof of identity is required during purchase. There is a 10% discount on tickets. Racquet Club passes and other promotions are excluded from Concessions.
Unfortunately, no. However, we do take group bookings for 10 pax and above. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Yes, tickets can be purchased at the main Singapore Sports Hub Ticketing Office (Located at the Singapore Indoor Stadium). Refer to Tickets and Hospitality for on-sale dates.
Children below 3 years of age can enter Centre Court at Singapore Indoor Stadium for free, but will not be given an assigned seat.
Depending on the Porsche Race to Singapore qualifications and the draw schedule, the information will only be available on the day of the match. However, we are offering a special bundle pass 'All Singles Evening' that allows you to catch all 8 players regardless of the draw schedule. For more information, visit Tickets and Hospitality.
There is handicap seating available, please inform the Box Office at point of purchase. Alternatively, you can also Contact Us or write in to email@example.com and we will help to make arrangements.
You can contact Sports Hub Tix with your transaction details or booking number for re-issuing of tickets. The previous issued tickets will be voided to avoid multiple entries.
Terms and Conditions of Ticket Sale and Entry may be found at https://mediabank.sportshub.com.sg/documents/Terms-and-Conditions-of-Ticket-Sales-and-Entry.pdf
Unauthorised resale of ticket may render the ticket void and the ticket holder may be denied entrance to the matches.
The event organisers and its appointed ticketing agent, Sportshubtix shall not be liable for any loss or damage arising therefrom.
The Singles and Doubles tournaments are held in Centre Court at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. For more information, visit Maps
The following restricted/prohibited items are not permitted into Singapore Indoor Stadium and OCBC Arena
Via public transport
By MRT: Stadium MRT Station (CC6) is the nearest station which exits directly into the Fan Zone.
By Bus: Bus Service 11 stops directly outside the Singapore Indoor Stadium (Bus Stop No. 80199)
By Taxi: Taxi stand at Stadium Crescent next to the Singapore Indoor Stadium (Location Code: I28)
By Car: From East Coast Parkway (ECP) and Marina Coastal Expressway (MCE), exit at Fort Road
From Central Expressway (CTE) to Pan Island Expressway, exit at Sims Ave
From Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE) heading to East Coast Parkway (ECP), exit at Sims Ave
For information on transportation, visit Maps.
The BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global is a Rain or Shine event. The Centre Court at Singapore Indoor Stadium and Practice Courts at OCBC Arena are located indoors and are sheltered from the elements.
For an elevated fan experience of the WTA Finals, be part of the Racquet Club. Members of Racquet Club enjoy premium and exclusive privileges over this 10-day Festival. The club is intended to unite world-class WTA fans with our partners and athletes, through a unique host of offerings, opportunities and experiences, tailored to feed off the shared passion.
At the WTA Finals, Racquet Club provides absolute, utter exclusivity. This is where real connections and networking happen. Elevate your experience at the WTA Finals with a host of benefits which includes premium food and drink, exclusive meet and greet sessions with WTA players and legends, and more. At the Racquet Club, rub shoulders with the who’s who of local, regional, and global tennis, from fellow fans to pundits, athletes and their associates, including Racquet Club ambassador Martina Navratilova
Our hospitality packages are available here.
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Ball Kids are essential at the WTA Finals to ensure the smooth running of game play throughout the tournament and to attend to the court needs of the players. Kids aged between 12 and 16 years of age will have the opportunity to be on court with the world’ s top 8 female tennis players, under the spotlight of a crowded stadium and in front of millions of viewers worldwide.
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