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W100 Shrewsbury: Preview, live stream, draw and tickets


Get ready for the biggest indoor women’s tennis tournament in the UK since the 1990s, as many of Britain’s top stars head to Shropshire for the W100 Shrewsbury.

Part of our Performance Competitions Calendar – providing enhanced playing opportunities for domestic players – this year’s event will also welcome nine players currently in the WTA top 100.

Find out more about the event, who will be competing, how you can watch at home and where you can buy tickets.

When is the W100 Shrewsbury 2022?

Qualifying for the W100 Shrewsbury will take place between Sunday 30 October and Monday 31 October.

First round matches in the main draw will get underway from Tuesday 1 November through to Sunday 6 November.

Where is the W100 Shrewsbury 2022 being held?

The W100 Shrewsbury will take place at The Shrewsbury Club – one of the most comprehensive tennis facilities in Great Britain.

It’s world-class indoor courts have played host to some of the biggest stars in the world, such as Angelique Kerber, Karolina Pliskova and Dan Evans, as well as boasting a thriving community club with fantastic junior, adult and wheelchair tennis programmes.

Which British players will be competing in the W100 Shrewsbury 2022?


Recently selected in Great Britain’s Billie Jean King Cup Finals squad by captain Anne Keothavong, Katie Boulter will be one to watch ahead of Glasgow. Boulter famously reached the third round at Wimbledon this year with an emphatic win over sixth seed Karolina Pliskova and also reached the quarter-finals in Birmingham.

It’s a similar story for Jodie Burrage who has enjoyed an excellent season to date. A runner-up at the Ilkley Trophy in the summer and at the W60 Lexington, Burrage has also reached the semi-finals in Surbiton and claimed a career-best win over current world No.5 Paula Badosa in Eastbourne.

There will also be several British players competing at Shrewsbury, including 20-year-old Sonay Kartal, Lily Miyazki, and Freya Christie.

Who else is playing at the W100 Shrewsbury 2022?


Shrewsbury will welcome a Wimbledon semi-finalist later this month as Germany’s Tatjana Maria, currently ranked 71 in the world, aims to build on the strong form that saw her take on Ons Jabeur in the final four at SW19.

The highest ranked player on the entry list is Ukrainian Anhelina Kalinina, currently 45 in the world.

The event is also set to feature Marketa Vondrousova, who was runner-up to Ashleigh Barty in the 2019 French Open final in Paris, and last year won a silver medal for the Czech Republic at the Olympics in Tokyo.

Karolina Muchova, another Czech star, is also on the entry list. A semi-finalist at last year's Australian Open, she reached the quarter finals at Wimbledon in both 2019 and 2021. 

Check out the full acceptance list here


When is the draw for the W100 Shrewsbury 2022 taking place?

Details on the W100 Shrewsbury draw will be announced shortly.

How to buy tickets for the W100 Shrewsbury 2022

Tickets are still available for the W100 Shrewsbury, so don’t miss your chance to see world-class tennis in Shropshire this November.

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How to watch and live stream the W100 Shrewsbury 2022

The W100 Shrewsbury will be streamed exclusively on our YouTube channel and will be available of our website.

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