How To Watch 2024 ATX Open Austin Featuring Azarenka, Stephens, Collins & More

How To Watch 2024 ATX Open Austin Featuring Azarenka, Stephens, Collins & More

by Nurein Ahmed

The ATX Open in Austin, Texas, is commemorating its second edition as a tour-level tournament, and the field is pretty stacked this year.

The entry list features two former Grand Slam champions, Victoria Azarenka and Sloane Stephens, who will be the headline acts. Unsurprisingly, the American contingent takes up most spots in the initial entry list, but the top seed will be Ukraine's Anhelina Kalinina.

With defending champion Marta Kostyuk choosing to play in San Diego, we are guaranteed a new winner at the 2024 ATX Open in Austin. If you are looking to watch this WTA 250 tournament, you shall find the information you need to do so.

When Does The 2024 ATX Open Austin Start?

The ATX Open will officially kick off on Monday, February 26th, and run for a week, finishing with the singles final on Sunday, March 3rd. This tournament is part of the WTA 250 series and is played on outdoor hard courts of the Westwood Country Club.

Who Is Playing The 2024 ATX Open Austin?

As stated at the top of the article, Anhelina Kalinina will be the top seed and will look to become the second Ukrainian champion at this event. However, former World No. 1 Victoria Azarenka and former US Open champion Sloane Stephens will be the biggest obstacles in her path.

The most interesting names in the field are not even seeded, and these include Xiyu Wang, former Australian Open finalist Danielle Collins, Alycia Parks, and Texas resident Ashlyn Krueger. The draw for the tournament will be released over the weekend.

What Is The Prize Money For The 2024 ATX Open Austin?

The total prize money for the 2024 ATX Open is quoted as $267,082. The biggest share will be given to the champion, who will earn $35,250. Additionally, she will also receive the full 250 ranking points. The complete breakdown of prize money has been released.

Where To Watch The 2024 ATX Open Austin?

Some of the major broadcast partners and rights holders are highlighted below:

International audience: WTA TV (monthly subscription fee of $9.99).

Africa: No live television broadcast

Canada: No live television broadcast

MENA Region: No live television broadcast

UK: Sky Sports Tennis (only the final)

USA: Tennis Channel Plus


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