2020 WTA Tour Calendar: Who will win the gold medal in Tokyo?

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2020 WTA Tour Calendar: Who will win the gold medal in Tokyo?

2020 WTA schedule will be a rich program, which will involve players, tournament organizers, media, insiders and fans throughout the season. In January, we will start with six tournaments: the Brisbane International, the Shenzhen Open, the Auckland Open, the Adelaide International, the Hobart International and, of course, the Australian Open (from 20 January to 2 February 2020), first Grand Slam of the season on the hard-courts of Melbourne Park.

At the beginning of February, there will be the Fed Cup Qualifying Round. The second month of the year will be very intense, with another six tournaments: St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy, Thailand Open, Dubai Tennis Championships, Hungarian Ladies Open, Qatar Open, Mexican Open.

In March there will be the first two Premier Mandatory of the season: Indian Wells and Miami. Before the two combined ATP / WTA there will be the Lyon Open and the Monterrey Open, at the beginning of the month. In April there will be big news: in the middle of the month, there will be the Fed Cup Finals, with their new format.

The other tournaments will be the Charleston Open, the Copa Colsanitas, the Stuttgart Open, the Ladies Open Lugano, the Prague Open and the Morocco Open. May is the month of the French Open (from 25 May to 7 June 2020), but before the Parisian Slam, the clay-swing will offer the following events: the Madrid Open, the Italian Open, the Nuremberg Cup and the Internationaux de Strasbourg.

After Roland Garros, the grass-season will start in June, with some news and the usual confirmations. Nottingham Open, Rosmalen Grass Court Championships, Grass Court Championships Berlin, Birmingham Classic, Eastbourne International and Bad Homburg Open will precede Wimbledon (from June 29 to July 12 2020), the most anticipated Slam of the season.

July is the month of the Summer Olympic Games, in Tokyo, but first, there will be space for the Bucharest Open, the Ladies Open Lausanne, the Baltic Open and the Palermo Open.
Summer on the American courts will start August with the Silicon Valley Classic.

Then the Washington Open, the Rogers Cup, Cincinnati and the Albany Open. The US Open (from 31 August to 13 September 2020) will close the Slam season. From mid-September the last part of the season: Zhengzhou Open, Japan Women's Open, Jiangxi Open, Pan Pacific Open, Guangzhou Open, Korea Open, Wuhan Open.

A very busy month. October will start with the Beijing Premier Mandatory, to go with the Hong Kong Open, the Linz Open, the Tianjin Open, the Kremlin Cup, the Luxembourg Open anfìd the WTA Elite Trophy. November will close the WTA season with the last women's tennis event of 2020, the WTA Finals in Shenzhen.