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WTA Bogota Open 2023: TV Schedule, Player List, Tickets & Predictions

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Some of the stars in women’s tennis will converge in South America for the 25th edition of the Copa Colsanitas in Bogota, Colombia. Seven of the world’s top 100 players will be in draw vying for 250 ranking points. Main draw action begins on April 3 and will run until April 9, 2023. On that note let us take an in-depth look at all details of the event. 

Where will the 2023 WTA Bogota Open be played?

The 2023 WTA WTA Bogota Open will take place at the Bogota Country Club in Bogota, Colombia. The event is played on outdoor clay courts and is part of the WTA 250 series.

It is the only biggest WTA tournament by category to be played on South American clay.

What’s the 2023 WTA Bogota Open Schedule

The WTA Bogota Open will kick off with qualifying on Saturday, April 1, 2023, with 24 players competing in two rounds, vying for six main draw spots.

On Sunday, April 2, the second round of qualifying will be completed. Main draw action will commence on Monday, April 3 with a few first-round matches.

The full schedule of the WTA Bogota Open is as below:

  • Qualifying – April 1 – 2, 2023
  • Round 1 –  April 3 – 4, 2023
  • Round 2 –  April 5 – 6, 2023
  • Quarterfinal –  April 7, 2023
  • Semifinal – April 8, 2023
  • Final –  April 9, 2023

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Who is Playing at the 2023 WTA Bogota Open?

The 2023 WTA Bogota Open boasts a 32-player field, loaded with lower-ranked players. Only seven players are ranked inside the top 100, with Belgium’s Elise Mertens the sole top 50 player in the draw.

Tatjana Maria made history last year in the all-qualifier’s final when she won the tournament. She returns to Colombia and will be the second seed during the week.

The big blow for the tournament is the absence of their star player Camila Osorio who hasn’t recovered from the injury she picked up in Monterrey.

Six players will join from the qualifying draw.

Two confirmed wild cards include Emiliana Arango and Eugenic Bouchard.

The confirmed top eight seeds so far at the WTA Bogota Open are as below:

Please note that the below entry list is subject to change as a result of withdrawals due to injuries or undisclosed reasons.

  1. Elise Mertens
  2. Tatjana Maria
  3. Rebecca Peterson
  4. Kateryna Baindl
  5. Nuria Parizzas Diaz
  6. Kamila Rakhimova
  7. Sara Errani
  8. Laura Pigossi

WTA Bogota Open 2023 Prize Money

The total financial commitment inclusive of prize money for the 2023 WTA Bogota Open is $259,303. In addition to prize money, the winner will collect 250 ranking points.

The total prize money breakdown in singles for the 25th edition of the WTA Bogota Open has not yet been released by the tournament.

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How to Watch the 2023 WTA Bogota Open

If you are looking to watch the 2023 WTA Bogota Open on television, live or on-demand, you can do so in the following ways:

For the International audience, the 2023 WTA Bogota Open matches will be broadcast live or on-demand on WTATv.com at a monthly subscription fee of $9.99 (please confirm from the website that geo-blocks don’t apply for the tournament you wish to watch).

In the USA, matches will be shown live on the Tennis Channel Plus. While in the UK matches can be telecast with Amazon Prime Video.

In Sub-Saharan Africa, Supersport TV will have broadcast rights for all WTA matches, while in the MENA region, the tournament is accessible on BeIN Sports.

Australia: BeIN

Canada: DAZN, TSN

Central and South America: ESPN

Italy: Super Tennis

Japan: DAZN

France: BeIN

Germany: Tennis Channel

For a full list of all broadcast partners, please visit the WTA’s official website here.

Our 2023 WTA Bogota Open Predictions & Picks

It could be anyone’s guess on who walks away from Colombia’s capital as champion. Last year we witnessed history unfold before our eyes at this event as two qualifiers battled each other for the prize.

It would come as a major shock should lightning strike twice again given the weak level of the qualifying draw. So a safe bet here would be to hang your hat on the seeds.

Outside the pandemic-hit 2020, Elise Mertens has averaged at least one WTA title in her locker in each of the past five seasons. And given the uneven playing field, it is hard to look past the Belgian who is the only top 50 player in the draw.

Rebecca Peterson is a player on the comeback trail and has enjoyed a highly impressive set of results in the last couple of months. Her clay-court prowess should also give her a significant edge over the rest of the field outside Mertens. She is the third seed and could potentially avoid facing the top seed until the final.

How to Buy 2023 WTA Bogota Open Tickets?

Tuboleta is the official ticketing partner for the Bogota Open. Please note that you can only purchase tickets directly from Tuboleta by visiting the tournament’s official website here.