2020 Baltic Open Tennis Betting Tips, Previews & Predictions

The 2020 Baltic Open will be the 2nd edition of a women's professional tennis tournament on the WTA Tour. The Baltic Open is also known as WTA Jurmala and is played on outdoor clay courts at the National Tennis Center Lielupe in Jūrmala, Latvia. 

The Baltic Open replaced the Moscow River Cup and the tournament is an international tournament on the WTA Tour. 

Latest 2020 Baltic Open Tennis News


Where is the 2020 Baltic Open Tennis?


The 2020 Baltic Open will be held at the National Tennis Center Lielupe in Jūrmala, Latvia.

When is the 2020 Baltic Open Tennis?


The 2020 Baltic Open will be held in late July 2020.

What surface is 2020 Baltic Open Tennis played on?


The 2020 Baltic Open is played on outdoor clay courts. 

Baltic Open Tennis History 


The Baltic Open began in 2019 at the National Tennis Center Lielupe in Jūrmala, Latvia. The tournament replaced the short lived Moscow River Cup that was an WTA Tour International-level professional women's tennis tournament that took place in 2018.

The Moscow River Cup was also played on outdoor clay courts at the National Tennis Center of Juan Antonio Samaranch in Moscow. The tournament was won by Olga Danilović who defeated Anastasia Potapova 7-5, 6-7(1-6), 6-4 in the final.

2020 Baltic Open Tennis Prize Money


The prize money on offer at the 2019 Baltic Open was €250,000. 

2020 Baltic Open Tennis Singles Prize Money Breakdown


The 2019 Baltic Open winner received €34,677 and the beaten finalist €17,258. Semi-finalists received €9,274, quarter-finalists €4,980, second round €2,742 and first round €1,694. It should stay much the same in 2020.

2020 Baltic Open Tennis Seeds


There are eight seeds at the 2020 Baltic Open. Below you can see the 2019 Baltic Open seeds and where they finished:

1. Latvia Anastasija Sevastova (Champion)
2. France Caroline Garcia (Second round)
3. Czech Republic Kateřina Siniaková (First round)
4. Belarus Aliaksandra Sasnovich (First round)
5. Russia Margarita Gasparyan (First round, retired)
6. Russia Anastasia Potapova (Semifinals)
7. Germany Tatjana Maria (First round)
8. Latvia Jeļena Ostapenko (First round)

2020 Baltic Open Tennis Dates


The 2020 Baltic Open begins in July and concludes with the Baltic Open Final on the last Sunday in July 2020.

2020 Baltic Open Tennis Players


The main singles draw consists of 32 players and the doubles consists of 16 teams. The qualifying draw for the singles tournament consists of 16 players. 

The 32 players that contested the 2020 Baltic Open singles tournament were Anastasija Sevastova, Varvara Flink, Ana Bogdan, Dalila Jakupovic, Sorana Cirstea, Valentyna Ivakhnenko, Irina Maria Bara, Margarita Gasparyan, Katerina Siniakova, Anhelina Kalinina, Ankita Raina, Patricia Maria Tig, Kamilla Rakhimova, Diana Marcinkevica, Barbara Haas, Anastasis Potapova, Jelena Ostapenko, Bernarda Pera, Elena Rybakina, Xinyun Han, Paula Ormaechea, Kristina Kucova, Nina Stojanovic, Aliaksandra Sasnovich, Tatjana Maria, Jana Fett, Katarzyna Kawa, Ysaline Bonaventure, Chloe Paquet, Basak Eraydin, Kristyna Pliskova, Caroline Garcia.

Baltic Open Tennis Draw


All 32 players start in the first round with the top two seeds placed at opposite ends of the draw and unable to meet until the final.

Baltic Open Tennis Results


Stay up to date with all the latest results at the Baltic Open at the official site so you can plan ahead. Getting organised for the following round means you can take advantage of the betting odds before they shorten before the match.

Baltic Open Tennis Winners, Runners-up & Final Score


YearCountry, ChampionCountry, Runner-upFinal Score
2020
2019 Latvia Anastasija Sevastova Poland Katarzyna Kawa 3-6, 7-5, 6-4

Who has won the most Baltic Open Tennis titles?


Latvia's Anastasija Sevastova won the inaugural Baltic Open in 2019.

2020 Baltic Open Tennis Betting Odds


All leading bookmakers will offer odds for the 2020 Baltic Open. The odds in the outright winner market will fluctuate so it pays to check daily for value. 

2020 Baltic Open Tennis Final


The 2020 Baltic Open Final will be held on the last Sunday in July 2020.

Baltic Open Tennis Free Bets


All leading online bookmakers will cover the Baltic Open and have promotions like free bets, bonus bets and sign up offers. Our bookmaker reviews will guide you in choosing the best online bookmaker depending on your location.

Baltic Open Tennis Bet of the Day


Our Baltic Open bet of the day features our best bet daily during the tournament. Check out our bet of the day could which could come from a range of betting markets including match winner, game handicap, total games over/under or straight sets winner.

Baltic Open Tennis Live Streaming


Watch all the matches at the Baltic Open or WTA Jurmala with live streaming. One of the best ways to watch tennis online is bet365 live streaming. You need a funded Sports account and to have placed a bet within the last 24 hours in order to watch live streams. 

Bet365 have made it easy to change between the betting markets and live action so you can bet and watch wherever you can get an internet signal. 18+, geo-restrictions apply, for other FAQs please see the bet365 terms and conditions.

Baltic Open Tennis Highlights & Replays


Watching all the highlights is essential if you can’t watch all the matches live. With so many matches being played especially in the early rounds take advantage of the WTA Tour Youtube channel.

The WTA Tour Youtube channel features Baltic Open highlights, shot of the day and player interviews so you can get an insight into the mentality of each player. 


Baltic Open Tennis News


Stay up to date with all the latest news at the Baltic Open with the WTA Tour official website and the WTA Tour Baltic Open.  The Baltic Open official website is another resource at your disposal so you don’t miss any of the important news from the tournament:


Baltic Open Tennis Social Media


Follow the Baltic Open on all the main social media accounts such as twitter, facebook and Instagram: