More prize money, change in format on top for WTA Championships
LONDON -- Women's tennis organizers will introduce a new format for their 2003 end-of-season championships in a bid to overcome the general apathy and lack of spectator support which plagued last year's event.
The WTA confirmed on Tuesday it would adopt a round-robin format -- similar to that used at the highly-successful men's showpiece -- for this year's $3 million event in November.
The top eight players in the race to the championships
standings will qualify for the chance to win ...
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