The China Open 2023 kick-starts this week, with some of the top men's and women's players in action across the courts in Beijing.


Aryna Sabalenka returns to the court for the first time since her US Open final defeat, and this will be her first appearance as the official women's World No.1.

She will seek to put her Grand Slam disappointment behind her with a big display here, while the deposed Iga Świątek will relish the role of hunter as she aims to claw her way back to the top of the tree.

The majority of players in the ATP top 10 will feature - including Carlos Alcaraz, as he seeks to hunt down the World No.1 spot once again.

Andy Murray has also been welcomed into the tournament to replace Roberto Bautista Agut, and he will be determined to make the most of his trip to Asia. has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch the China Open 2023 tennis tournament.

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When is the China Open 2023?

The tournament begins on Thursday 28th September 2023 with the start of the men's tournament and runs until the women's final on Sunday 8th October 2023.

How to watch and live stream China Open 2023 in the UK

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China Open 2023 schedule

ATP 500 (Men's singles)

  • Qualifying: Tuesday 26th – Wednesday 27th September
  • Round 1: Thursday 28th – Friday 29th September
  • Round 2: Saturday 30th September – Sunday 1st October
  • Quarter-finals: Monday 2nd October
  • Semi-finals: Tuesday 3rd October
  • Final: Wednesday 4th October

WTA 1000 (Women's singles)

  • Qualifying: Friday 29th – Saturday 30th September
  • Round 1: Saturday 30th September – Monday 2nd October
  • Round 2: Monday 2nd – Wednesday 4th October
  • Round 3: Wednesday 4th – Thursday 5th October
  • Quarter-finals: Friday 6th October
  • Semi-finals: Saturday 7th October
  • Final: Sunday 8th October

Where is the China Open 2023 held?

The China Open is held at the National Tennis Center in Beijing, China.

Its show court, Diamond Court, can hold up to 15,000 spectators to enjoy the biggest matches.


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