2023 Poland Open Predictions & Tips
Poland Open Betting Tips
Our tennis experts provide Poland Open betting tips including tournament winner, to reach the final and individual matches.
The 2023 Poland Open is a WTA 250 series event played on outdoor clay courts. It is the 3rd edition of the tournament being held at the Legia Tennis Centre in Warsaw, Poland from 24 to 30 July.
Six of the top 50 players in women's tennis are competing including Iga Swiatek, Karolina Muchova, Katerina Siniakova, Zhu Lin, Zhang Shuai and Camila Giorgi.
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Betting on the Poland Open
The most important things to consider when betting on the Poland Open are form and history at the tournament.
Identify players that do their best work on clay courts and performed well at the French Open, Hungarian Grand Prix and Palermo International.
The first edition of the tournament was held in 2021, Maryna Zanevska beating Kristina Kucova in the final. Caroline Garcia beat Ana Bogdan in the 2022 final.
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World No.1 Iga Swiatek is the top seed with World No.18 Karolina Muchova the 2nd seed. Six of the top 50 players in women's tennis are competing.
|Karolina Muchova||Czech Republic||2||18|
|Katerina Siniakova||Czech Republic||3||33|
|Linda Fruhvirtova||Czech Republic||7||56|
|Linda Noskova||Czech Republic||8||61|
The 2023 Poland Open will be played from 24 and 30 July.
|1||Monday 24 July||First Round Matches|
|2||Tuesday 25 July||First Round Matches|
|3||Wednesday 26 July||Second Round Matches|
|4||Thursday 27 July||Second Round Matches|
|5||Friday 28 July||Quarter Finals|
|6||Saturday 29 July||Semi Finals|
|7||Sunday 30 July||Final|
Keep up to date with all the news from Warsaw. The official Poland Open website has everything you need to know about the tournament.
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2023 Poland Open FAQ
When is the 2023 Poland Open being played?
The 2023 Poland Open is being played from 24 to 30 July.
Where is the Poland Open being played?
The Poland Open is played at the Legia Tennis Centre in Warsaw, Poland.
What surface is the Poland Open played on?
The Poland Open is played on outdoor clay courts.
What is the 2023 Poland Open Prize Money?
The 2023 Poland Open prize money is $251,750.