The 2020 Kentucky Open was a professional tennis tournament played on indoor hard courts. It was the first edition of the tournament which was part of the 2020 ITF Women's World Tennis Tour. It took place in Nicholasville, Kentucky, United States between 10 and 16 February 2020.
Hosted by Top Seed Tennis Club. PLAYER INFORMATION FAN EXPERIENCE. February 10th-16th, 2021. The Kentucky Open will be hosted by Top Seed Tennis Club! The Host Hotel. The Host Hotel for the 2021 Kentucky Open is the Embassy Suites at Lexington Green. Please contact them at: 245 Lexington Green Cir, Lexington, KY 40503• (859) 271-4000 ...
The W100 Nicholasville, KY Tournament 2020 takes place from 10 Feb 2020 to 16 Feb 2020. Click here to get the latest information and view the results.
Former World Junior #1 and rising American Claire Liu joins the show to recap her first round win over Caroline Dolehide. She also discusses her goals for th...
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Tournament Galleries. Jason Kubler is the champion in Lexington, claiming his first ATP Challenger title since 2019. Jannik Sinner lifts his second ATP Challenger Tour trophy, prevailing in Lexington. Lloyd Harris celebrates his maiden ATP Challenger Tour title in Lexington. John Millman won the Lexington Challenger title.
"I really cannot wait to return to New York and play the US Open 2020," Williams said in a video message released by the USTA in mid-June, when Gov. Andrew Cuomo gave the USTA the green light to ...
18+ Championship. June 25-27, 2021 (Entry Deadline June 16) . Location: Louisville, KY . Entry Fee $33.00 +tax. 40+ Championship. July 9-11, 2021 (Entry Deadline June 30) . Location: Lexington, KY
[+] Teichmann of Switzerland during Top Seed Open - Day 7 at the Top Seed Tennis Club on August 16, 2020 in Lexington, Kentucky. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images) (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)
Some of the world’s top women’s tennis players will compete in the inaugural Kentucky Open, a USTA Pro Circuit women’s $100,000 event, Feb. 10-16 at Top Seed Tennis Club in Lexington.
Coco Gauff of the U.S. talks at a press conference following her fourth round loss to compatriot Sofia Kenin at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020.