WTA San Jose 2018 Live Stream: How to watch and bet on the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic live online

Andrew Hendrie in WTA 22 Jul 2018
Serena Williams


How to watch tennis streamed live from San Jose

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WTA San Jose Tournament Schedule


Who is playing WTA San Jose in 2018?

Tennis fans in San Jose, California are in for a treat when the first ever Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic gets underway at the end of July, with some of the most famous names in women’s tennis set to feature at the WTA Premier event.

Serena and Venus Williams will be the major headline acts in San Jose as the two legendary sisters launch their respective U.S. Open Series’.

Serena will play just her fifth tournament since the 2017 Australian Open, but the 23-time Grand Slam champion has already made significant strides in recapturing her best form, finishing runner-up to Angelique Kerber at Wimbledon just a few weeks ago.

A three-time champion of the event when it was held in Stanford in 2011-12 and 2014, can Serena secure a fourth crown and the first of the San Jose edition? Or will sister Venus - who won Stanford in 2000 and 2002 and also finished runner-up in 2016 to Johanna Konta - capture her first title in over two years?

Former World No. 1 and two-time Grand Slam champion Victoria Azarenka is also one of the feature draw-cards of the inaugural  San Jose tournament, with the Belarusian winning the Stanford edition of the event in 2010.

Reigning U.S. Open runner-up Madison Keys is the unofficial defending champion after winning the last version of Stanford in 2017, while 2016 winner Konta also returns to the WTA Premier event.

Other names to look out for in San Jose this week include CoCo Vandeweghe, Elise Mertens, Mihaela Buzarnescu, Kristina Mladenovic and CiCi Bellis.

WTA San Jose Seeds

Check back here soon when the WTA San Jose draw is released.

About WTA San Jose

The longest-running women’s only event on the WTA calendar will remain in the California Bay Area for the near future, with IMG forming an agreement with the San Jose State University to host the WTA Premier event, keeping the tournament in the Bay Arena after a lengthy stint at Stanford University and re-branding as the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic for 2018 and beyond.

The tournament was launched in 1971 in San Francisco but it moved to Oakland in 1979 and later to Stanford in 1997, where it was held until 2017. Along with the Citi Open in Washington D.C., it is the first tournament of the US Open Series as the players attune themselves to the North American conditions ahead of the final Grand Slam of the year. It was elevated from an International event to a Premier tournament in 2009, with global sport and talent management company IMG owning and operating the event.

Played at the Taube Family Tennis Centre at Stanford University between 1997-2017, the tournament is now known as the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic, with the first edition of the event taking place at the newly-opened Spartan Tennis Complex, which includes a 15-acre complex featuring six fully illuminated outside courts. San Jose State University has also constructed a custom stadium court adjacent to the Spartan Tennis Complex with temporary seating for 4,000 fans. The overall facility includes a state-of-the-art locker room, player’s lounge and administrative offices.

Some of the biggest name’s in women’s tennis have held aloft the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic title over the years, including Billie Jean King, Martina Navratilova, Monica Seles, Lindsay Davenport, Chris Evert, Kim Clijsters and legendary sisters Serena and Venus Williams - both of whom will return for the launch of the San Jose tournament between July 30 and August 5.

WTA San Jose Tournament Information

WTA San Jose fast facts

WTA San JoseMubadala Silicon Valley Classic
DatesJuly 30 to August 5, 2018
VenueSpartan Tennis Complex
LocationSan Jose State University
SurfaceHard
CategoryWTA Premier
First played1971
Draw size32
Prize money$799,000
Most titlesMartina Navratilova (5)
Reigning singles championMadison Keys
Reigning doubles championAbigail Spears/CoCo Vandeweghe

Previous Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic champions

Previous WTA Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic champions

YearChampionRunner-up
1971Billie Jean KingRosemary Casals
1972Billie Jean KingKerry Melville Reid
1973Margaret CourtKerry Melville Reid
1974Billie Jean KingChris Evert
1975Chris EvertBillie Jean King
1976Chris EvertEvonne Goolagong Cawley
1977Sue BarkerVirginia Wade
1978Not heldNot held
1979Martina NavratilovaChris Evert
1980Martina NavratilovaEvonne Goolagong Cawley
1981Andrea JaegerVirginia Wade
1982Andrea JaegerChris Evert
1983Bettina BungeSylvia Hanika
1984Hana MandilkovaMartina Navratilova
1985Hana MandilkovaChris Evert
1986Chris EvertKathy Jordan
1987Zina GarrisonSylvia Hanika
1988Martina NavratilovaLarisa Savchenko Neiland
1989Zina GarrisonLarisa Savchenko Neiland
1990Monica SelesMartina Navratilova
1991Martina NavratilovaMonica Seles
1992Monica SelesMartina Navratilova
1993Martina NavratilovaZina Garrison
1994Arantxa Sanchez-VicarioMartina Navratilova
1995Magdalena MaleevaAi Sugiyama
1996Martina HingisMonica Seles
1997Martina HingisConchita Martinez
1998Lindsay DavenportVenus Williams
1999Lindsay DavenportVenus Williams
2000Venus WilliamsLindsay Davenport
2001Kim ClijstersLindsay Davenport
2002Lindsay DavenportKim Clijsters
2003Kim ClijstersJennifer Capriati
2004Lindsay DavenportVenus Williams
2005Kim ClijstersVenus Williams
2006Kim ClijstersPatty Schnyder
2007Anna ChakvetadzeSania Mirza
2008Aleksandra WozniackMarion Bartoli
2009Marion BartoliVenus Williams
2010Victoria AzarenkaMaria Sharapova
2011Serena WilliamsMarion Bartoli
2012Serena WilliamsCoCo Vandeweghe
2013Dominika CibulkovaAgnieszka Radwanska
2014Serena WilliamsAngelique Kerber
2015Angelique KerberKarolina Pliskova
2016Johanna KontaVenus Williams
2017Madison KeysCoCo Vandeweghe

How to watch and bet on tennis live from San Jose online

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Deposit £5 or more to access the live streams. 

2. Click 'live streaming' on the right hand side of the page to open the standalone player





Just select the match you want to watch and enjoy the live stream.

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WTA San Jose 2018 Live Stream: How to watch and bet on the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic live online

Serena Williams, Venus Williams, Victoria Azarenka and Madison Keys headline the inaugural Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic, live from San Jose, California between July 30 and August 5.

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