How To Watch 2024 Bogota Open Featuring Bouzkova, Stearns, Shnaider & More

How To Watch 2024 Bogota Open Featuring Bouzkova, Stearns, Shnaider & More

by Nurein Ahmed

The 2024 Bogota Open is loaded with precociously talented players who will have an opportunity to vie for a title at the top tier of women's tennis.

Most of the women who are featured in the initial entry list have played more matches on the lower circuit, but they will get a rare chance to impress and showcase their qualities.

This is one of two clay-court tournaments running in the first week of April (at tour level). Although many of the top-ranked women's tennis players have signed up to play in Charleston, this event could unearth the next breakout star on the WTA.

When Does The 2024 Bogota Open Start?

The 2024 Bogota Open will commence on Monday, April 1st, with some first-round matches. The first few rounds will end on Thursday, with the quarterfinal scheduled for Friday.

The tournament will finish on April 7th with the singles final. This WTA 250 tournament is held in Centro de Alto Rendimiento and is played primarily on outdoor clay courts.

Who Is Playing The 2024 Bogota Open?

As mentioned, the entry list for this year's edition was released a few weeks ago. Many young players in the field are under the age of 25. The most experienced player in the draw is German veteran Tatjana Maria.

She is the second seed and the mother of two. Maria is gunning to win her third straight title in Colombia's capital city. This year, Maria's odds are stacked against her, with top seed Marie Bouzkova emerging as the favorite on paper.

Players like Diana Shnaider, Peyton Stearns, Maria Timofeeva, Camila Osorio, Tamara Zidansek, and Julia Riera have a penchant for this surface. Clay calls for endurance, which is why Sara Sorribes Tormo and Cristina Bucsa will fancy their chances of going deep.

What Is The Prize Money For The 2024 Bogota Open?

This year's prize money package stands at $267,082 - the highest in the event's history. The champion will earn $35,250 and will add 250 points. Likewise, the beaten finalist will be compensated in monetary terms and points. The runner-up will pocket $20,830 and receive 163 points.

Where To Watch The 2024 Bogota Open?

The Bogota Open will have very limited television coverage worldwide. However, it will be accessible in almost every major country.

International viewers: Fans will be able to stream and watch matches from the Bogota Open on-demand on the WTA TV platform.

Africa: Supersport (only final).

Canada: DAZN.

UK: Sky Tennis (covergage of entire tournament).

USA: Tennis Channel Plus (covergage of entire tournament).


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