WTA Finals

Rights sales processes are being issued in Mena for WTA Tour and Fiba basketball, SportBusiness understands, as DAZN’s Broadcast Partnerships arm seeks to maximise the impact of major events in the region and end the Tour blackout.

The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) will stage events in China this year, ending a boycott of the country that began in late 2021 due to concerns over the welfare of former player Peng Shuai.

Fort Worth, Texas, will host the Women’s Tennis Association’s (WTA) season-ending Finals from October 31 to November 7, it has been announced.

The Women's Tennis Association has suspended its tournaments in China, citing concerns about the welfare of Peng Shuai

Steven Simon, the chief executive of the Women's Tennis Association, has said the organisation could walk away from its extensive business in China over the scandal involving player Peng Shuai

The Women’s Tennis Association has announced that the Mexican city of Guadalajara will host the 2021 WTA Finals after conceding defeat in efforts to retain the event in Shenzhen.

The men’s Association of Tennis Professionals and the Women’s Tennis Association have cancelled events in Asia due to ongoing uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, with the status of the latter’s seaso…

International subscription broadcaster Eleven Sports has acquired exclusive rights to a range of Women’s Tennis Association events for a three-year period until 2023.

The Women's Tennis Association's seven planned tournaments in China this year, including its finals in Shenzhen, have been cancelled

The Chinese government recently said the country will not be hosting most of its planned international sports events this year, putting a number of major events in doubt. SportBusiness asked three local industry insiders for their thoughts on the potential for disruption.

The Chinese government has said the country will not be hosting most of its planned international sports events this year, putting in doubt events including the Formula One Grand Prix in Shanghai and WTA…

The Women's Tennis Association has published an updated, provisional calendar for 2020, with 20 tournaments culminating in the Shiseido WTA Finals in Shenzhen, China

Canadian pay-television broadcaster TSN has strengthened its tennis portfolio with the addition of rights to the WTA Tour and season-ending WTA Finals

The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) has appointed global marketing agency CSM Sport & Entertainment (CSM) as its new sponsorship sales agency.

Payment services and currency exchange company Cambridge Global Payments has extended its global sponsorship of the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) through 2022.