An overview of the 2022 Credit One Charleston Open

Take a peek at the Credit One Stadium from above. | Photo by Mike Habat

It’s official: The Credit One Charleston Open is in full swing. DYK that this is the largest women’s-only tournament in North America? From a newly-renovated stadium to the tournament’s 50-year anniversary, there’s much to celebrate during this year’s event.

We’re serving the 4-1-1 on stadium upgrades, players, scheduling, and ticket options to get you up to speed on the upcoming festivities.

Formerly known as the Volvo Car Open, the tournament is held at the Credit One Stadium on Daniel Island from April 2-10. If you’re cruising along Seven Farms Drive, you can’t miss it.

After a hiatus and a $50 million investment from Charleston Open owner + local billionaire Ben Navarro, anticipation was high for the return of the competition. Here’s what you can expect from this year’s stadium upgrades:

The stadium has also introduced sustainability efforts with a recycling program transporting waste to Berkeley County’s RePower South plant for trash separation.

More than 100 world-class athletes have traveled to the Holy City to participate, including Grand Slam Champion Garbiñe Muguruza and 2019 Charleston Open Champion Madison Keys.

The festivities kicked off last weekend with Family Weekend and a court rededication to former South Carolina tennis champion Althea Gibson. In case you didn’t know, Althea was born in Clarendon County and won 11 Grand Slam titles.

Take a look at the tournament schedule and broadcast schedule.

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