WTA Championships To Be Held In Singapore From 2014 As Mexico And China Miss Out

WTA Championships To Be Held In Singapore From 2014 As Mexico And China Miss Out

Singapore has won the right to host the season-ending WTA Championships for the five years beginning in 2014.

WTA Championships To Be Held In Singapore From 2014 As Mexico And China Miss Out

The south-east Asian city state beat off competition from Tianjin in China and the Mexican city of Monterrey.

Next year's Championships, Singapore's first, will have a record £4.2m-worth of prize money on offer.

Stacey Allaster, chairwoman and CEO of the WTA, said: "This is the largest and most significant WTA Championships partnership in our history. It's a record breaker.

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