How To Watch 2024 Charleston Open Featuring Pegula, Jabeur, Svitolina & More

How To Watch 2024 Charleston Open Featuring Pegula, Jabeur, Svitolina & More

by Nurein Ahmed

The 2024 Charleston Open features a stacked pool of top-ranked WTA stars who are looking to make a seamless transition to clay.

Players who have competed during the Sunshine Swing in March and would prefer to extend their stay stateside tend to partake in this WTA 500 event, which has some of the most impressive facilities on tour.

In 2024, players will expect more of the same from the tournament, and fans can certainly look forward to plenty of entertaining matches from the early rounds. If you are looking for relevant information pertaining to the 2024 Charleston Open, then you will find it here.

When Does The 2024 Charleston Open Start?

Main draw action at the 2024 Charleston Open begins in earnest on Monday, April 1st, with a few first-round matches. The opening rounds will end on Thursday. Quarterfinals are scheduled for Friday, and the final two rounds conclude on the weekend between April 6th and 7th.

Who Is Playing The 2024 Charleston Open?

This is one of the most impressive lineups for a WTA 500 tournament, with four of the world's Top 10 players all committing to play. Jessica Pegula is the top seed, but her form has been lackluster since the start of the year.

The American faces competition from defending champion Ons Jabeur, Maria Sakkari, and Jelena Ostapenko. Daria Kasatkina and Elina Svitolina will also look to impress on their favorite surface. Emma Navarro will play in her fifth main draw at her home tournament.

What Is The Prize Money For The 2024 Charleston Open?

The total prize money for the 2024 Charleston Open is a lucrative $922,573, almost 2.5% more than last season's package. The year's champion will pocket $142,000, and she will also receive 500 ranking points. Details of the prize money breakdown have been released.

Where To Watch The 2024 Charleston Open?

International viewers: A dedicated live stream will be available on WTA TV at a monthly subscription cost of $9.99.

Africa: Supersport.

Australia: BeIN Sports.

Canada: DAZN.

MENA: BeIN Sports Arabia.

UK: Sky Tennis.

USA: Tennis Channel Plus.


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