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WTA Tennis Live Streaming is now available online. Find out how to watch WTA Championships for free - no download or membership fees.

The origins of the WTA Tour date back to the early ‘70s and the growing prize money disparity back then between what leading male and female players earned. Led by Billie Jean King, the top players broke away to form the WTA and the circuit expanded until it had 47 events, 250 professional players and $7.2 million in prize money by 1980. These numbers may be dwarfed by today’s standards but back then these were seismic shifts.

Nowadays, the likes of Serena Williams make over $6 million in prize money alone in a calendar year and there are professionals competing from virtually every country on the planet. With the appointment of the media savvy Stacey Allaster as president in 2006, the WTA Tour is enjoying unprecedented levels of success.

The current WTA Tour (for players ranked inside the top 100) consists of multiple levels of tournaments. In order of importance, there’s the Grand Slams, followed by the year-ended WTA Tour Championships for the elite top eight in the world and then the four Premier Mandatory events (Indian Wells, Miami, Madrid and Beijing). These have a total prize pot of $4.5 million.

You then have the Premier Five ($2 million tournaments in Dubai, Rome, Toronto/Montreal, Cincinnati and Tokyo) and then ten Premier events in locations ranging from Brisbane to Stuttgart.

All Premier level events tend to feature most of the Tour’s leading stars and then you have the ordinary week-in, week-out International events.

To watch free WTA Tennis live stream coverage online, simply open a free account with one of our fully licensed live streaming partners such as bet365. To access the live feed, go to bet365 > live streaming tennis.

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