Volvo Car Open

2020 Volvo Car Open Will Not Take Place As Scheduled in April

  5-time major champ Maria Sharapova retires from tennis at 32

Four-time Grand Slam champion Kim Clijsters joins Volvo Car Open field

  Former Volvo Car Open champion Caroline Wozniacki announces retirement

World No. 1 Ashleigh Barty commits to 2020 Volvo Car Open

Rising American Star and World No. 12 Sofia Kenin Joins Charleston Field

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Sloane Stephens Returns to Charleston to Compete in Volvo Car Open

2018 Volvo Car Open Champion & Finalist Join Player Field

Reigning Wimbledon champion Simona Halep to play Volvo Car Open for the first time

  Grand Slam semifinalists Belinda Bencic and Amanda Anisimova join Volvo Car Open field

2-Time Grand Slam Champion Garbine Muguruza commits to Volvo Car Open

  Volvo Car Open Champion Madison Keys Returns to Charleston

  American Keys overpowers Wozniacki to wins Volvo Car Open

Madison Keys crowned 2019 Volvo Car Open champion

  Wozniacki, Keys to play clay-court final in Charleston

Wozniacki, Keys to battle for 2019 Volvo Car Open crown

  Keys beats top-seeded Stephens to reach Volvo Car Open semis

Madison Keys upsets Sloane Stephens in Volvo Car Open quarterfinals

  Top 10 players Bertens, Sabalenka lose at Volvo Car Open

Top seed Stephens survives 3-set marathon

  Wozniacki wins, Rogers & High seeds Sevastova, Mertens, Goerges fall in Charleston

  Top-seeded American Stephens moves on in Volvo Car Open

  Shelby Rogers wins 1st match back from injury at Volvo Car Open

Volvo Car Open adds three top 15 players to its field

Volvo Car Open extends main draw wild card to Charleston native Shelby Rogers

Volvo Car Open adds three young Americans to player field

Men’s Tennis Returns to Charleston with Four Former World No. 1s

Mats Wilander, Jim Courier, Lleyton Hewitt and Andy Roddick will compete in Charleston on Saturday, April 6

  Former French Open Champ Ostapenko joins Volvo Car Open field

Seven of the world’s top 25 tennis players are in contention for the Charleston premier title

  Defending champion Kiki Bertens commits to 2019 Volvo Car Open

Four top 10 players set to play on Daniel Island

  Madison Keys to play Charleston’s Volvo Car Open for seventh consecutive year

18th ranked Madison Keys commits to Volvo Car Open

  Billionaire Ben Navarro buys the Volvo Car Open

Navarro also gets Volvo Car Stadium and Family Circle Tennis Center

Volvo Car Open adds two Top 10 players to 2018 field

Tournament begins March 31st

  Sloane Stephens, Reigning U.S. Open Champion, To Play the 2018 Volvo Car Open

Won on Daniel Island in 2016