How To Watch 2024 San Diego Open Featuring Pegula, Wozniacki, Haddad Maia & More

How To Watch 2024 San Diego Open Featuring Pegula, Wozniacki, Haddad Maia & More

by Nurein Ahmed

The spring hard court swing in the United States runs through the third edition of the San Diego Open.

The draw for this tournament was recently released in which top seed Jessica Pegula is expected to play for the first time since her shock defeat in the second round of the Australian Open.

The American has a bye in the first round and could play Varvara Gracheva to begin her campaign. Pegula features in the top half of the draw, which is where Caroline Wozniacki is located. The Dane is a possible quarterfinal opponent. In the meantime, details regarding this tournament can be accessed below.

When Does The 2024 San Diego Open Start?

The tournament begins on Monday, February 26th, with first-round matches and concludes on Sunday, March 2nd, with the singles final. The San Diego Open is commemorating its third annual WTA 500 tournament and will be played on outdoor hard courts at the Barnes Tennis Centre.

Who Is Playing The 2024 San Diego Open?

The entry list for the 2024 San Diego Open was released shortly after this year's Australian Open. Unsurprisingly, Jessica Pegula was featured as the top seed. The American is seeking court time after skipping the Middle Eastern swing due to injury.

Pegula is joined by Beatriz Haddad Maia, compatriot Emma Navarro, former finalist Donna Vekic, and former Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki in a very interesting field.

What Is The Prize Money For The 2024 San Diego Open?

Organizers have allocated a prize money fund amounting to $922,573, which is an 18% increment from last year's purse. The 2024 San Diego champion will make at least $142,000 and will receive 500 ranking points. The complete figures for the prize money have been released by the tournament.

Where To Watch The 2024 San Diego Open?

If you are looking to watch the San Diego Open, the list of broadcast partners are indicated below:

International audience: WTA TV (only available on live stream)

Africa: Supersport TV

Australia: BeIN Sports Australia

Canada: TSN Network

MENA Region: No live television broadcast

UK: Sky Sports Tennis

USA: Tennis Channel Plus


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