San Diego Open 2023 schedule and order of play – updated daily

Welcome to the San Diego Open, where the court is the canvas, and the players are the artists, and where the quest for glory begins anew. It’s a tournament where the past meets the present, and where the future of tennis is shaped with every electrifying match.

he Barnes Tennis Center in sunny San Diego is once again poised to transform into a battleground of talent, dedication, and sheer athleticism as it plays host to the highly anticipated San Diego Open tennis tournament. With a rich history dating back to its inception, this tournament has seen legendary champions etch their names in the annals of tennis history, from iconic figures like Billie Jean King to contemporary stars like Iga Swiatek.

This year, as the tennis world converges on the West Coast, the unmistakable blend of California sunshine and world-class competition creates an exhilarating atmosphere that’s nothing short of spectacular. It’s a place where champions are forged and where dreams are realized with every forehand winner and perfectly executed volley.

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As the world turns its attention to the 2023 edition, the tournament’s current top seeds, including stars like Ons Jabeur, Caroline Garcia, Maria Sakkari, and Barbora Krejcikova, are poised to battle it out for supremacy. With their exceptional skills and unwavering determination, they are the standard-bearers of a new era in women’s tennis, ready to create their own legacies on the storied courts of the Barnes Tennis Center.

Join us as we embark on another chapter of this tennis saga, where champions are crowned, records are shattered, and the spirit of competition burns brighter than ever.

San Diego Open order of play – Thursday, September 14

We are at the final day of competition, and there are only four competitors remaining in the singles and four pairings in the doubles. So far, the outcomes have been quite surprising, as several of the favorites did not advance to this stage.

The lone top seed in the competition is Czech Barbora Krejcikova, who has two straight-set wins. Danielle Collins, one of three local players who qualified for the semifinals, will now meet her.

Sofia Kenin and Emma Navarro are the other pair of American players in the other key. Kenin earned her place in this round after defeating Veronika Kudemertova and Anastasia Porapova. Emma Navarro’s performance is especially noteworthy, as she began in the qualifying round and has already won five times in this tournament, four of them in straight sets.

Barbora Krejcikova is the star once more, but this time in doubles, where she teams up with her compatriot Katerina Siniakova. They are the number one seeds and thus the favorites to win the championship. They will now face Japan’s Miyu Kati and Poland’s Aldila Sutjiadi, both of whom have knocked out Mexico’s Giuliana Olmos and South Korea’s Hao-Ching Chan.

Danielle Collins, another semi-finalist in singles and doubles, will pair up with Coco Vandeweghe for a place in the final to round out the semi-finals. The Americans were responsible for the elimination of Kichenok and Ostapenko. The Asian combo of Ahuko Aoyama and Zhaoxuan Yang will be on the opposing side of the court.

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Doubles action resumes as the fourth-seeded pair of Kichenok and Ostapenko takes on the formidable Santamaria and Shymanovich. It will be followed by another doubles showdown, Kalashnikova and Kolodziejova face off against Mihalikova and Xu.

Here’s a complete overview of the Round of 32 matchups that will set the stage on fire:

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  • Krejcikova vs D. Collins
  • Kein vs E. Navarro
  • Collins / C. Vandeweghe vs S. Aoyama / Z. Yang
  • Krejcikova / Siniakova vs M. Kato / A. sutjiadi

San Diego schedule 2023 – The full tournament overview

The Cymbiotika San Diego Open promises an unforgettable week of tennis action, where players will give their all to etch their names in the tournament’s history. Get ready to mark your calendars and set your alarms, as action in San Diego unfolds with a meticulously planned schedule.

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From the intense Qualifiers on September 9 and 10 to the exhilarating climax of the Finals on September 16, this tournament promises non-stop action and excitement. Here’s a breakdown of the tournament’s schedule in convenient bullet points:

  • Qualifiers: September 9 at 10 am &  September 10 at 11 am
  • Main Draw Rounds 1 & 2: September 11-13, starting at 11:30 am and continuing with the 5:30 pm session
  • Quarter Finals – September 14: Sessions at 11:30 am and 5:30 pm
  • Semi-Finals – September 15: Featuring matches at 11:30 am and 5:30 pm
  • Finals – September 16: Doubles Final at 1:30 pm, followed by the Singles Final at 4:00 pm

Make sure you have your tickets and popcorn ready because this schedule is packed with thrilling matches you won’t want to miss!


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