The Pan Pacific Open, currently sponsored by Torrey Industries, is a women’s outdoor hardcourt tennis tournament held annually in Tokyo, Japan. It is the WTA Premier Tournament on the WTA Tour. The tournament was first held in Tokyo in 1976 as the Silook Open.
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Pan Pacific Open 2022 Draw, Schedule, Prize Money, How to Watch
The 37th Toray Pan Pacific Open will be held in Tokyo from September 19–25, marking the WTA Tour’s return to the city after a two-year absence.
The main attraction of the WTA 500 competition will once again be Naomi Osaka, who won the championship in front of her home fans in 2019. Paula Badosa and Caroline Garcia, two players who rank in the top 10, are also competing in the tournament.
|Monday – Day 1||19th of September 2022||1st Round Matches||–|
|Tuesday – Day 2||20th of September 2022||1st Round Matches||1st Round Matches|
|Wednesday – Day 3||21st of September 2022||2nd Round Matches||1st Round Matches|
|Thursday – Day 4||22nd of September 2022||2nd Round Matches||Quarterfinals|
|Friday – Day 5||23rd of September 2022||Quarterfinals||Semifinals|
|Saturday – Day 6||24th of September 2022||Semifinals||Finals|
|Sunday – Day 7||25th of September 2022||Finals||–|
It returns to the calendar in 2022 after being postponed for the previous two years, with prize money at $757,900, down -7.91% from when the tournament was last contested in 2019.
The winner in Tokyo will receive a check for $116,340, which is 17.78% less than Naomi Osaka did when she won the competition in 2019. (coincidentally held in Osaka).
How to Watch:
Canal+ – Poland
DAZN – Spain, Canada, Japan
Tennis Channel – Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA
TSN – Canada
DigiSport – Hungary, Romania
iQIYI – China
NowTV – Hong Kong
Nova Sports – Greece & Cyprus
O2 TV – Czech Republic
Starhub – Singapore
Supertennis – Italy