2023 Lausanne Open WTA Entry List - Andreeva, Bencic, Kenin & more

2023 Lausanne Open WTA Entry List - Andreeva, Bencic, Kenin & more

by Zachary Wimer

Like many countries in the WTA calendar, Switzerland will also get a chance to showcase home talent at the 2023 Lausanne Open.

Although the Ladies Open in Switzerland was founded already back in 1899, the tournament didn't appear in the calendar after Lindsay Davenport won the title in 1994 in Lucerne. Then, it was held for three years in Gstaad, before moving to Lausanne in 2019.

The three champions of the tournament are Fiona Ferro, Tamara Zidansek, and Petra Martic, but neither of them will make an appearance in 2023. However, there will be one name that everyone will want to see from July 24th to 30th.

Mirra Andreeva is becoming a global superstar only at 16 years of age, and after she confirmed that she will play in Lausanne, fans certainly didn't need another reason to think about purchasing the ticket, as there's a real frenzy surrounding the teenager.

But it won't be all only about the young Russian in Lausanne. Many home players are set to play at the event, making it very interesting for Swiss fans. Belinda Bencic leads the field, joined by Simona Waltert, Jil Teichmann, and Viktorija Golubic.

There will be also a Grand Slam champion in Lausanne as the 2020 Australian Open winner, Sofia Kenin signed up for the tournament. The entry list includes also names like Irina-Camelia Begu, Elisabetta Cocciaretto, Emma Navarro, Alize Cornet, and Sara Errani. To see the full entry list for the 2023 Lausanne Open, make sure to check it out below.

2023 Lausanne Open WTA Entry List:

Seed Name  Entry Ranking
1 Belinda Bencic 14
2 Irina-Camelia Begu 29
3 Elisabetta Cocciaretto 41
4 Emma Navarro 60
5 Ana Bogdan 61
6 Elina Avanesyan 64
7 Lucia Bronzetti 65
8 Alize Cornet 74
Sara Errani 80
Sara Sorribes Tormo 84
Kateryna Baindl 86
Danka Kovinic 89
Olga Danilovic 93
Diane Parry 94
Mirra Andreeva 102
Clara Burel 104
Ashlyn Krueger 108
Anna Bondar 109
Simona Waltert 115
Aliona Bolsova 117
Sofia Kenin 126
Patricia Maria Tig 65 (PR)
Evgeniya Rodina 73 (PR)
(WC) Top 20
(WC) Top 20
Jil Teichmann (WC)
Viktorija Golubic (WC)


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