Martic and Bouchard join the line-up at the GSB Thailand Open presented by E@

World No.15 Petra Martic and former Wimbledon runner-up Eugenie Bouchard will join the line-up of tennis talent at the GSB Thailand Open presented by E@ taking place at the True Arena Hua Hin, Thailand from 8th – 16th February.

Croatia’s Petra Martic won her first WTA title in 2019 at the Istanbul Cup and also reached the quarterfinals at Roland Garros the same year.  

Canadian tennis star Eugenie Bouchard reached the Wimbledon Final in 2014 as well as the semifinals at the Australian Open and Roland Garros and reached a career-high ranking of No.5 in the same year.

Petra Martic said:
“I’ve heard great things about the tournament at the city itself and I can’t wait to get there”

Eugenie Bouchard said:
“I’m so happy that I’m coming to Hua Hin to play at the GSB Thailand Open presented by E@.  I’m so excited because I’ve never been to Thailand and I want to play in front of all my Thai friends.” The third Main Draw Wild Card was awarded to Thailand’s Patcharin Cheapchandej winner of the Road to Thailand, a tournament for local talent.  Runner-up Mananchaya Sawangkaew received a Qualifying Wild Card.

Thailand’s most successful women’s player Tamarine ‘Tammy’ Tanasugarn who reached the WTA top 20 rankings in both singles and doubles has been awarded a Doubles Wild Card.

The players will play on innovative pink courts symbolizing the fight against breast cancer and all ticket revenue from the event will be donated to the Queen Sirikit Centre Breast Cancer Foundation.


1 Elina Svitolina (UKR) 
2 Saisai Zheng (CHN)
3 Magda Linette (POL)
4 Yafan Wang (CHN)
5 Lin Zhu (CHN)
6 Kateryna Bondarenko (UKR)
7 Paula Badoza (ESP)
8 Nao Hibino (JPN)
9 Shuai Peng (CHN)
10 Patricia Maria Tig (ROU)
11 Varvara Flink (RUS)
12 Katazyna Kawa (POL)
13 Xiyu Wang (CHN)
14 Barbara Haas (AUT)
15 Xinyu Wang (CHN)
16 Bibiane Schoofs (NED)
17 Chloe Paquet (FRA)
18 Ankita Raina (IND)
19 Natalija Kostic (SRB)
20 Xinyu Han (CHN)
21 Arina Rodionova (AUS)
22 Xiaodi You (CHN)
WC Petra Martic (CRO)
WC Eugenie Bouchard (CAN)
WC Patcharin Cheapchandej (THA)