THE HAWAII OPEN IS PRESENTED BY THE HAWAII TOURISM AUTHORITY,
A WTA 125K SERIES EVENT

Venue: Patsy T. Mink Central Oahu Regional Park

–  November 19-26, 2017  –

Aloha! The Hawaii Open presented by the Hawai‘i Tourism Authority, a Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) tennis tournament, hosted its first-ever world class tennis tournament November 20 – November 27, 2016, at the Patsy T. Mink Central Oahu Regional Park in Waipahu, HI.

American CiCi Bellis won her first WTA title at the inaugural Hawaii Open, defeating top-seeded Zhang Shaui. 

Wimbledon finalist Sabine Lisicki, Nicole Gibbs, and other WTA players completed the draw that included a 32-player singles main draw, an 8-player qualifying draw and an 8-team doubles draw.

In addition to top-notch professional tennis, the Hawaii Open also features vendor booths and food and beverage options.

The Hawaii Open is the only WTA tournament held after the US Open in the United States and the only tournament held during Thanksgiving Week. It is the first WTA tournament held on Oahu.

Tickets for the 2017 Hawaii Open will go on sale late spring 2017. Patrons can purchase reserved box seat ticket packages or individual daily box seats. General admission seating and grounds passes will go on sale in November 2017.

For more information about The 2017 Hawaii Open and to purchase tickets, visit www.hawaiitennisopen.com


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