Running from January 29th to February 4th, this WTA 250 event will serve as a preparatory tournament for the Middle East swing, which is set to begin in two weeks. Over half of the players competing in Hua Hin are ranked in the world's Top 100, so the quality of matches is expected to be high.
This article will encompass all the details of the Thailand Open, including prize money, the draw, and how you can be able to watch the tournament from the comfort of your home.
When Does The 2024 Thailand Open Hua Hin Start?
The 2024 Thailand Open will begin on January 29th with select first-round matches and conclude on February 4th with the singles final. Thirty-two players will vie to win this WTA 250 event, which will be held on outdoor hard courts at the True Arena Hua Hin venue.
Who Is Playing The 2024 Thailand Open Hua Hin?
Some of the tournament's big names have already been shocked in the opening round. These are Magda Linette (former champion) and Ajla Tomljanovic. But Paula Badosa survived, and she is the major star attraction in the country, as is Lin Zhu, who won the event last year.
There are a number of dangerous floaters in the draw, and these include Tatjana Maria, who was a quarterfinalist 12 months ago. Czech teenager Linda Fruhvirtova loves playing on Asian soil, having won her only WTA title so far on the continent.
What Is The Prize Money For The 2024 Thailand Open Hua Hin?
All the 32 women competing at the Hua Hin Open will battle for a prize money purse amounting to $267,082. The champion will receive $35,250, which is at least an additional $1,000 from last year when Lin Zhu won the tournament. The complete breakdown of prize money has been released.
Where To Watch The 2024 Thailand Open Hua Hin?
If you are not from Thailand, then you can easily access WTA TV at a subscription fee of $9.99 per month to watch this tournament.
Some select broadcasters for Thailand Open Hua Hin are as follows:
Africa: Only the final match of the tournament will be accessible on Supersport TV.
Canada: Tennis fans in Canada will be able to stream matches on DAZN.
MENA Region: Viewers from Gulf states and North Africa must purchase a WTA TV subscription.
UK: Sky Sports will broadcast the semifinal and final of the Thailand Open for viewers in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
USA: Matches from Hua Hin will be accessible on Tennis Channel Plus at a subscription fee.