There are two WTA tour events this week, and it’s the qualifying round of the new format Davis Cup.
WTA Premier, BT Sport
The St Petersburg Ladies Trophy takes place on indoor hard courts. Australian Open runner up Petra Kvitova is the top seed and defending champion. Katie Boulter is hoping to qualify.
Coverage from St Petersburg is on BT Sport.
|Mon 28 Jan||10:00||BT Sport 3|
|Tue 29 Jan||10:00||BT Sport 3|
|Wed 30 Jan||10:00||BT Sport 1|
|Thu 31 Jan||10:00||BT Sport 1|
|Fri 1 Feb||10:00||BT Sport 1|
|Sat 2 Feb||11:00||BT Sport 2|
|Sun 3 Feb||13:30||BT Sport ESPN|
WTA International, BT Sport
The Thailand Open becomes part of the WTA Tour for the first time, having previously been an WTA 125K event in 2015 and 2017. It replaces Taipei in the calendar.
Garbine Muguruza heads up the draw here.
Coverage from Hua Hin is also on BT Sport.
|Mon 28 Jan||08:00||BT Sport ESPN|
|Tue 29 Jan||08:00||BT Sport 1|
|Wed 30 Jan||10:00||BT Sport 3|
|Thu 31 Jan||10:00||BT Sport 3|
|Fri 1 Feb||07:00||BT Sport 3|
|Sat 2 Feb||10:00||BT Sport 3|
|Sun 3 Feb||10:00||BT Sport 2|
The qualifying round for the World Group takes place over Friday and Saturday, 1-2 February.
Great Britain have a wildcard into the finals in November so don’t play a tie this week.
At each tie there are two singles matches on the Friday, and on Saturday there will be a doubles match and then two reverse singles matches.
The ties are available to watch on daviscup.com from €4.99 for an indivudual tie or €7.99 for the whole round.
|Home team||Away team||Start time
|Australia||Bosnia & H.||5:30||4:30|
Read more about how to watch tennis on telly in 2019.
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Some ITF events are streamed at http://live.itftennis.com/en/ and on the ITF Pro Circuit Scores app on Apple and Android. Check out the @ITFLive twitter account which will automatically tweet details of streamed matches a few hours ahead.