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Attend China Open this Sept-Oct with cheap flights to Beijing

Sports aficionado, make haste and book cheap flights to Beijing today. Asia's richest tournament China Open is all set to be held from September 22 to October 6, 2013. This great sporting event will see the world’s top WTA and ATP players showcasing their talents and competing with their rivals, and providing tennis fans in China opportunity to enjoy high-quality tennis. The three-time champion World Number One Novak Djokovic has indicated he would be returning to the National Tennis Center for the China Open’s 10th anniversary.

This would be the last premier mandatory WTA tournament of the year. The visitors to China Open will witness high voltage action with the mandatory participation of the top 47 WTA players from across the world. Apart from Novak Sjokovic, the 2013 Roland Garros Champion Rafael Nadal has also confirmed his participation. The tennis fans from across the world will get opportunity to see two of the “Big Four” from the ATP World Tour.

Launched in 2004, China Open is being held in Beijing once a year on a regular basis. It is the most comprehensive international tennis event and owns the right to host the tournaments of the three international tennis organizations – ATP, WTA and ITF. China Open today ranks among the world’s top eight (including the four Grand Slam) and the first-class in Asia. In 2012, the total reward of China Open was up to 7,033,050 US dollars. This included 4,828,050 US dollars for WTA tournament and 2,205,000 US dollars for ATP tournament.

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