Organizers expect better coverage, attendance
WIMBLEDON, England -- The WTA Tour is moving its season-ending championships from Los Angeles to Madrid, Spain, next year in a bid to boost the event's profile.
It's just the second time in the 30-plus years of the championships that they will be held outside the United States.
The $3 million tournament features the top eight women in singles and four doubles teams. This year's championships will be in November at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, where attendance has been ...
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