Toray Pan Pacific Open Tennis Executive Committee
|Naomi Osaka, Singles Champion, Toray Pan Pacific Open Tennis 2019
The Toray Pan Pacific Open Tennis Executive Committee (headquartered in Tokyo’s Minato ward and led by Tournament Director Yutaka Nakagawa) will host the Toray Pan Pacific Open Tennis Tournament 2022 (Toray Pan Pacific Open Tennis 2022) from Saturday, September 17 to Sunday, September 25 on the courts of the Ariake Coliseum & Ariake Tennis Forest Park.
Since its inception in 1984, the TPPO has attracted Japanese tennis fans as a sporting event that showcases the intense competition of the iconic superstars who inspire the women’s tennis world. The 2020 and 2021 tournaments had to be canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, this year will mark the tournament’s return after three years and the first time in five years that it will be at the Ariake Coliseum.
What kind of drama awaits at the 2022 Toray Pan Pacific Open Tennis Tournament, where you can see up close the skills and athleticism of the world’s top players? Don’t miss this nine-day event, the focus of enthusiastic fans worldwide. We will announce any news on ticket sales and players on the official website as soon as it is available.
Please see below for more details.
Outline of the Tournament
||TORAY PAN PACIFIC OPEN TENNIS TOURNAMENT
(TORAY PAN PACIFIC OPEN TENNIS)
||Main Draw: Monday (national holiday), Sept. 19—Sunday, Sept. 25
Qualification: Saturday, Sept. 17 ~ Monday (national holiday), Sept. 19
||Ariake Coliseum and Ariake Tennis Forest Park
Address: 2-2-22 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Access: 8 min. walk from ‘Ariake Station’ or ‘Ariake Tennis no Mori Station’ on the Yurikamome Line
||Main Draw: Singles 28 / Doubles 16
Qualification: Singles 32 (TBC)
||Hard court (outdoors, TBC)
||1,363,458 persons (between 1984 and 2019)
||Toray Pan Pacific Open Tennis Executive Committee
||Toray Industries, Inc.
||Japan Tennis Association—JTA（TBC）
||Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TBC）
||Women's Tennis Association (WTA)
International Tennis Federation (ITF)
||Japan Ladies Tennis Federation—JLTF
Japan Tennis Industry Association—JTIA
Japan Professional Tennis Association—JPTA
Please be reminded that any of the above information is subject to change
due to Covid-19 impacts.