2011 Commonwealth Bank Tournament of Champions
The Commonwealth Bank Tournament of Champions 2011 (also known as International Tournament of Champions ) was a women's tennis invitational tournament, which was played as an individual competition in the indoor hard courts and part of the WTA Tour was 2011. It was held on the island of Bali in Indonesia from 3 to 6 November 2011 at the International Conference Centre ( Indah Hall ) in Nusa Dua, and was the third edition of this tournament. Defending champion Ana Ivanović was the Serb.
- 2.1 Competition mode
- 2.2 Nominal and seedings
- 2.3 tournament schedule
For tournament eight ladies were invited to meet the following requirements:
- For the six highest ranked players in the WTA World Ranking ( as of 24 October 2011), at least one of 32 tournaments in the category International ( Prize money: USD 220,000 ) won the WTA Tour in 2011 and not competed in the Championships of the WTA Tour in Istanbul, was the participation mandatory.
- The Tournament Committee of Bali was allowed 2011 two wild cards awarded to players who are at least one tournament in the category International participated in the WTA Tour in 2011 and did not play in Istanbul until 10 October. They nominated last year's winner Ana Ivanovic and Peng Shuai. If one of the two players the wild card would not be accepted, contrary to expectations, then the start right to the two nächstbestplazierten players in the WTA world rankings would have passed.
- If the two players, who served as reservists in Istanbul, would have qualified for Bali, then it would be them freely confessed to compete there if they had come to Istanbul for use. The two reservists in Istanbul were Marion Bartoli and Andrea Petkovic, who were also both qualified with one tournament win in Bali. While Bartoli took in Bali, Petković ended the season prematurely due to injury.
Stand all 31 tournaments in the category International:
The background colors mean the following:
- The four players whose name is grayed out, were freed game or took part in the WTA Championships 2011 for the tournament.
- The six players whose name is highlighted in green, were qualified for Bali.
- The two players, whose name is highlighted in orange, had ended their season prematurely and took her right to start in Bali was not.
The tournament was played according to the knockout system, the game places three and four should be played, but then did not take place by Lisickis injury. The first four players in the WTA world rankings were set.
Nominal and seedings
Since Sabine Lisicki injured could not compete for the third place match, an exhibition match between Nadia Petrova and Daniela Hantuchova was discharged, the Petrova 6:2, 5:7, 6:0 could decide for themselves.
Prize money and WTA ranking points
The tournament was endowed with USD 600,000: