The 2017 PowerShares Series tour, a competitive tennis circuit featuring legendary icons and world-renowned champions, will make a stop in Charleston at the Volvo Car Stadium during the Volvo Car Open on Saturday, April 1st at 7:00pm. The event features four champions playing two semifinals, with the winners meeting in a championship match. Watch a thrilling exhibition, featuring:
- John McEnroe, Former World No. 1 & 7-time Grand Slam winner
- Andy Roddick, Former World No. 1 & US Open winner
- James Blake, Former World No. 4 & Davis Cup winner
- Mark Philippoussis, Former World No. 8 & 2-time Davis Cup champion
Sat, April 1 - Sun, April 9
Lisette L Montréal Pants Giveaway
Visit the Lisette L Montréal pop-up shop on-site all week. When you try on a pair of their pants, you will be entered to win a free pair. Drawings will take place every hour!
Sat, April 1 - Sun, April 9
Ban Challenge Court
Stop by the Ban Challenge Court and test your skills! We’ll supply the equipment - just bring your A-game! Players of all abilities welcome.
Lisette L Montréal Ladies Day
Tuesday, April 4, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Join us for a special day of tennis with your best girls! For the cost of a Tuesday ticket, you'll enjoy giveaways, shopping, wine and cheese tastings and loads of activities, all while watching world-class women's tennis. Rally up the ladies and make a day of it!
$60 Terrace tickets / $25 General admission tickets - Buy now!
Come out to the Volvo Car Stadium and watch the competition slam, smash and slide into the finals.
Use code 50DAYS for 25% off all single session tickets for the Volvo Car Open & PowerShares Series.
Tennis fans rejoice! Starting this year, all WTA singles matches will be produced for TV, in addition to many semifinals and finals doubles matches. With this feat, the WTA will reach a record 1.4 billion TV homes worldwide.
What does this mean? Any country in the world, if your favorite player is playing - you can be watching on the television.
For the Volvo Car Open, fans across the globe can tune in internationally via the WTA's broadcast or nationally via our new partnership with Tennis Channel.
Petra Kvitova will make her Charleston, South Carolina tennis debut at the 2017 Volvo Car Open, April 1st – 9th on Daniel Island. Kvitova is a two-time Wimbledon champion and currently ranked World No. 11. She ended the 2016 season in impressive fashion, picking up titles at Wuhan and Zhuhai, as well as helping the Czech Republic to a historic fifth Fed Cup trophy in six years.
In addition to Kvitova, the player field forming for the 45th year of the WTA premier tournament includes:
Johanna Konta, the new World No. 10, Sloane Stephens, the 2016 Volvo Car Open Champion and Elena Vesnina, the 2016 Volvo Car Open Finalist and Olympic Gold Medalist, have all committed to play in the 2017 Volvo Car Open, April 1st – 9th on Daniel Island in Charleston, South Carolina. They join Former World No. 1’s Venus Williams and Caroline Wozniacki, World No. 8 Madison Keys and Olympic Gold Medalist Monica Puig in the player field forming for the 45th year of the WTA premier tournament.
“Our player commitments continue to grow, and we are thrilled to bring Johanna, Sloane and Elena to Charleston,” said Eleanor Adams, Tournament Manager. “The fans are in for a real treat in 2017 – another top 10 player, past champion and Gold Medalist are coming to town! Each have had impressive 2016 seasons, and will up the competition in our field next year.”
The Volvo Car Open announced today that Caroline Wozniacki has committed to play in its 2017 tournament, April 1st – 9th on Daniel Island in Charleston, South Carolina. She joins Former World No. 1 Venus Williams, World No. 7 Madison Keys and Olympic Gold Medalist Monica Puig in the player field forming for the 45th year of the WTA premier tournament.
Wozniacki will compete in Charleston for the fifth time in 2017, where she holds a 14-3 record. She was a finalist in 2009 and won the title in 2011.
Venus Williams has committed to play in the 2017 Volvo Car Open, April 1st – 9th, on Daniel Island in Charleston, South Carolina. She joins World No. 7 Madison Keys and Olympic Gold Medalist Monica Puig in the player field forming for the WTA premier tournament.
The 2017 tournament will mark the former World No. 1’s ninth time competing in Charleston, where she holds a 20-7 record. She won the tournament in 2004 during her inaugural Charleston tournament.
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