TennisToray Pan Pacific Open 2022: Schedule, Top Seeds & How to Watch

Toray Pan Pacific Open 2022: Schedule, Top Seeds & How to Watch

The 37th season of the professional women’s tennis event “Toray Pan Pacific Open 2022” will take place indoors on hard courts in September. It will be one of the WTA 500 events on the 2022 WTA Tour. From September 19 to September 25 it will take place at the Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo, Japan. It will be the first event since 2019 because the COVID-19 pandemic prevented it from taking place in 2020 and 2021.

The total value of the prizes is $757,900. A yearly event on the WTA 500 tour for women’s tennis is the Toray Pan Pacific Open. The Pan Pacific Open was established in 1984 after being first known as the Sillook Open in 1976. 32 single draws and 16 double draws were made this season. 



Singles and doubles events on the hard courts are contested in three sets. In a knockout system, singles are played over five rounds and doubles over four. Despite being predominantly an outdoor event, the Ariake Colosseum show court was among the first tennis courts to have a retractable roof, allowing play to go on no matter the weather.

Defending Champion (Singles): Naomi Osaka

The Toray Pan Pacific Open singles championship for 2019 was held by Naomi Osaka. She defeated Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in the championship match to win the Pan Pacific Open in her native Osaka. She won the Premier Mandatory China Open two weeks later. She won the tournament, defeating world No. 1 and defending French Open champion Ashleigh Barty in the final in three sets after dropping the first, and reigning US Open champion Bianca Andreescu in the quarterfinals. Being the first Asian player in the women’s category, she’s ranked as No. 1 singles ranking in the world according to (WTA). 

When will the Toray Pan Pacific Open 2022 be held?

September 19 through September 25  Toray Pan Pacific Open in 2022 will take place in Japan. On Monday, September 19, the women’s singles and doubles main draw will take place.

How to Watch the Toray Pan Pacific Open 2022 on?

The Toray Pan Pacific Open 2022 will be available to watch on the following TV channels in selected regions.

  • Tennis Channel – Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA
  • Amazon Prime Video – UK and Ireland.
  • beIN SPORTS – Australia, France
  • Canal+ – Poland
  • DAZN – Spain, Canada, Japan
  • TSN – Canada
  • DigiSport – Hungary, Romania
  • iQIYI – China
  • NowTV – Hong Kong
  • Nova Sports – Greece & Cyprus
  • O2 TV – Czech Republic
  • Starhub – Singapore
  • Supertennis – Italy

Fans in the UK and Ireland will be able to watch the Toray Pan Pacific Open live on Amazon Prime Video, while viewers in the US can watch the entire tournament live on Tennis Channel. On TSN, Canadians can watch the games live. All action will be aired on beIN Sports in Australia. WTA TV will also broadcast live coverage.

Toray Pan Pacific Open 2022: Top Seeds

Singles:

  1. Paula Badosa (ESP)
  2. Caroline Garcia (FRA)
  3. Garbiñe Muguruza (ESP)
  4. Veronika Kudermetova (RUS)
  5. Beatriz Haddad Maia (BRA)
  6. Karolína Plíšková    (CZE)
  7. Alison Riske-Amritraj (USA)
  8. Elena Rybakina (KAZ)

Doubles:

  1. Veronika Kudermetova (RUS)/Elise Mertens (BEL)
  2. Gabriela Dabrowski (CAN)/Giuliana Olmos (MEX)
  3. Desirae Krawczyk (USA)/Demi Schuurs (NED)
  4. Nicole Melichar-Martinez (USA) / Ellen Perez (AUS)

Toray Pan Pacific Open 2022 Purse and Payout

The Toray Pan Pacific Open 2022 has a total prize pool of $757,900.

The complete breakdown of the singles and doubles prize money at the 2022 Pan Pacific Open is provided below:

Singles:

2022        Prize Money ($USD)

Champion– $116,340

Runner-up – $71,960 

Semi-Finalist – $42,010

Quarter-Finalist – $20,505

Round-1 – $11,185

Round-2 –$8,080

Qualifier-1 – $5,410

Qualifier-2– $2,785

Doubles:

2022        Prize Money ($USD)

Winner – $39,000

Runner-up – $23,700

Semi-Finalist – $13,470

Quarter-Finalist – $7,000

Round-1 – $4,200

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