The History About Women’s Tennis Association


The 2018 tennis season has come to an end. For the Rado, which is the official timepiece of many exciting international events, the past year has been an exciting year.

The International WTA, whose the full name is the Women’s Tennis Association, founded in 1973. The player headquartered is located in St. Petersburg, Florida. Its the Sports Science, the Medical, the Tour Operations, and the Player Relations offices are located in St. Petersburg, Florida, USA. The WTA was founded by 63 players led by Billy Jane-Jin. For the past 40 years, the prize money and the scale of the event have increased from the initial price of $1.9 million in 10 countries to the $118 million prizes in 33 countries.

After spending a sweaty summer at the English Grassland, Ashleigh Barty, the “Star of the Future”, once again won the International Women’s Professional in Network (WTA) title at the Nottingham Open.

Ashreb Batty, a rising star in today’s tennis world, is a strong hitter with great talent. Especially in the doubles and the compatriots, Casey Dellacqua formed the strongest in Australia. In the 2013 season, they strongly reach into the Australian Open, Wimbledon, the US Open three Grand Slam finals. In any case, Batty is only 17 years old, and her future will surely become a new legend in the tennis world.

As a result, the Rado’s focus on tennis has shifted to indoor stadiums in Central and Eastern Europe. In September and October 2018, the figure of Rado HyperChrome horn-clocks appeared in the Swiss Indoor Games, the Vienna Este Bank Open in Austria, and the annual Russian tennis tournament in Moscow — the Kremlin Cup on the field. Rado Switzerland’s official timepiece for the 2018 Rado Swiss radar international tennis tournament will wrap up on December 30 in Brisbane, Australia, ahead of the first tournament of the 2019 New Year. As a result, the official journey of the official Rado International Tennis Tournament in 2019 was also opened.

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