Ratiwatana Brothers Beat Indian Pair and Defended Their Title
Beijing, China, August 5th, 2012 – It is the final day of Beijing International Challenger. In the final of men's doubles, the top seed Ratiwatana brothers from Thailand defeated the fourth seed Bhambri & Sharan from India 7-6(3), 2-6, 10-6 and successfully defended their title in Beijing.READ MORE
Liu & Sun Won Double’s Champion over Top Seed
Beijing, China, August 5, 2012 – It’s the final day of Beijing International Challenger today. In the final of women’s doubles, the No.2 seed Liu Wanting & Sun Shengnan won the match with a strong reversal against the top seed Han Xinyun & Chan Chin-Wei 5-7, 6-0, 10-7 and gained the double’s champion in BIC this year.READ MORE
Tennis Beauty Wang Qiang Attended Autograph Session for Volunteers
Beijing, China, August 4, 2012 – The semi-finals of the main draws in Beijing International Challenger started today. In women’s singles, Wang Qiang defeated her compatriot Hu Yueyue in two sets with ease and successfully advanced in the women’s single final of BIC.READ MORE
Wang Qiang and Chan Yung-jan Are Fighting for Champion!
Beijing, China, August 4, 2012 – The semi-finals of women's singles in Beijing International Challenger started today. In a Chinese derby, Wang Qiang beat Hu Yueyue 6-3, 6-1 and she becomes the second Chinese player to advance in the final of BIC. At the same time, Wang received a wild card of China Open this year. Her opponent in the final will be Chan Yung-jan, who has defeated the runner-up last year Nara Kurumi with a double 6-1.READ MORE
Wu Di Goes for the Champion!
Beijing, China, August 4, 2012 – The semi-finals in men's singles in Beijing International Challenger began today. The Chinese young player Wu Di played against the fourth seed Golubev after three sets and seized an unexpected victory with 6-1, 3-6, 6-1. It's the first time for him to advance in the final of a Challenger and he'll play the second seed Zemlja tomorrow. The latter defeated Beck with a double 6-4 earlier.READ MORE
BIC Junior Tennis Training Camp Opens!
On the 4th of August, the semi-finals in Beijing International Challenger started today. Chinese players Hu Yueyue, Wang Qiang and Wu Di all played in Court 1 and fought for the finals tomorrow. At the same time, the BIC Junior Tennis Training Camp opened in Court 4 and 5 of National Tennis Centre. The lovely kids add some pleasant feelings to the intensive atmosphere on the courts.READ MORE
The Second-seeded Chan Yung-jan Attended Autograph Session
Beijing, China, August 3, 2012 – On the afternoon of August 3rd, 2012, having just been qualified in the semi-finals of women's singles in Beijing International Challenger, Chan Yung-jan from Chinese Taipei attended the autograph session and communicated with the ball kids.READ MORE
The notice of the admission time change of the Beijing International Challenger Final game
The final game of the Beijing International Challenger will exactly begin at 13:00 on August 5 .For the spectators, the admission time is 12:00. The organizing committee sincerely apologizes for the mistakes of the previous par information about the start time.READ MORE
Volunteers: Unfulfilled Dreams for Olympics Come True in BIC
Beijing International Challenger has interesting and intensive tennis games as well as lots of volunteers from various universities around the country, who make a spectacular scene in this tournament.READ MORE
Wu Di Continued Advancing While Yang Tsung-hua Failed in the Quarter-final
Beijing, China, August 3, 2012 – The quarter finals of men’s singles in Beijing International Challenger have finished today. The only Chinese player left in the final eight fought against the top seed Bedene. After they drew it 2-2 in the first set, Bedene retired and Wu Di luckily stepped into the semi-finals for the first time, which helped him ensure a place in the qualifying singles of Australian Open next year. Wu’s opponent will be Golubev from Kazakhstan, who has won a hard fought against Frenchmen Millot 7-6(4), 6-7(6), 6-4.READ MORE
Tennis Training Camp
During Beijing International Challenger,and also during the summer vacation,Beijing International Challenger is surely a good opportunity for many teenagers to watch and know tennis.
Dine and wine are just as important as watching the games. Fans on the spot can drink beer, taste cuisines, watch the London Olympic Games, and also challenge the interactive simulation games of the Olympic matches, experiencing some cool feelings during this summer.
Online Photography Competition
The competition requires the photographs to reflect any aspect of "Beijing Spirit". The photographs also need to reflect any of the content below: The patriotic and persistant spirit of Chinese players...