One of the oldest tennis tournaments in the world, the WTA Berlin Open will be played yet again this year as a part of the WTA 500 series. Find all the WTA Berlin Open live streaming options for 2022 below, along with everything you need to know about the event.

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The WTA Berlin Open had been previously held between 1896 and 2008 before getting cancelled, but made a comeback in 2021.

The WTA had announced the return of the Berlin Open on the world tour in 2020, after an absence of 11 years. The event was to take place in the third week of June before it got cancelled because of the pandemic

The grass court tournament will take place during the same week as the Birmingham Classic event. The Birmingham Classic is scheduled on the same week, however, the status of the event will be downgraded from ‘Premier’ to the ‘International’ category.

This tournament will instead be designated as the Premier tournament. The return of the event comes amid a major rejig of the grass season by the WTA, which will now see two events take place in Germany in the run-up to Wimbledon.

The event last took place in 2008, and an interesting consequence of this is that none of the previous winners of the event are still active on the Tour. Just for a point of reference, the last winner of the tournament was Dinara Safina.

However, expect the returning event to make for an integral part of the WTA Tour, not just because it is a Premier level tournament, but also since it will make for a good grass court build-up to Wimbledon.

2022 WTA German Open Schedule and Dates

The 2022 edition of the German Open for women, which will be held in Berlin, will kick-start from June 13 with its first round matches.

The qualifying rounds will be held on June 11 and 12 while the women’s singles final will be hosted at the Rot-Weiss Tennis Club in Berlin on Sunday, June 19.

The 2020 event was to be held in Berlin, Germany, and start from June 15 before it got cancelled.

Player List for the 2022 WTA Berlin Open

The player list for the 2022 edition of the WTA Berlin has been revealed with some of the top players taking part in the event since it will play a vital role in the run-up to Wimbledon, while also offering 470 WTA points to the winner.

Ons Jabeur, who was knocked out early at the French Open, comes into this one as the top seed while Maria Sakkari joins her as the second seeded player. Here’s a list of the others who will be a part of this competition as seeds.

Women’s Singles

Ons Jabeur, Maria Sakkari, Aryna Sabalenka, Karolina Pliskova, Garbine Muguruza, Daria Kasatkina, Coco Gauff, Belinda Bencic

What Happened at the 2021 WTA Berlin Open?

In a surprise result, Russian qualifier Liudmilla Samsonova defeated the fifth seeded Belinda Bencic in the final to lift the Berlin Open trophy.

Samsonova had earlier also stunned Victoria Azarenka in the semifinals, and beaten Madison Keys who had been a winner over the top seeded Aryna Sabalenka.

The Berlin Open did not take place in 2020 because of the coronvirus pandemic.

It was last played in 2008, when former Russian player Dinara Safina won the title. She defeated compatriot Elena Dementieva 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 in the final. Both players have since retired from professional tennis.

Previous 10 German Open Title Winners

Women’s Singles

2021: Liudmilla Samsonova
2020: Not Held
2008: Dinara Safina
2007: Ana Ivanovic
2006: Nadia Petrova
2005: Justine Henin
2004: Amelie Mauresmo
2003: Justine Henin
2002: Justine Henin
2001: Amelie Mauresmo
2000: Conchita Martinez
1999: Martina Hingis
1998: Conchita Martinez

2022 Berlin Open Live Streaming Options Below

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Once you are set with the account and deposit, all you have to do is click on the “Live Streaming” option, where you will be presented with a list of all the sporting events that are available. For this event, you will see an option named ‘WTA Berlin Open or German Open 2022 live’, which will take you to the live stream.

If you are looking for another option, you can also opt to subscribe to the WTA TV. This is the official live stream partner of WTA, where you can watch the WTA Berlin Open.

The WTA TV streams the events on the WTA Calendar, including International tier, Premier, Premier 5, Premier Mandatory and WTA Tour Finals. What’s more, all the streams are available in Full HD along with English commentary and many other options like highlights, exclusive interviews and more. The plans for WTA TV start from $9.99 for a month of services.

WTA Berlin Open 2022 TV Guide

The official TV guide for the tournament will be updated a few days before the tournament begins.