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SINGAPORE - The Australian Open may have come to an end, but there's something else that's just starting to gather steam - the Road To Singapore, which officially launched in Singapore on Monday.

WTA Championships Ambassador Chris Evert and Australian Open semifinalist Eugenie Bouchard were

WTA Championships Ambassador Chris Evert and Australian Open breakout star Eugenie Bouchard visited the ArtScience Museum in Singapore for an inspirational forum with local students.

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Chris Evert and Eugenie Bouchard's second stop in the Road To Singapore official launch event on Monday was the Hawker Centre, where they made a Singaporean dessert.

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Singapore is a thriving cosmopolitan city that is brimming with diversity with its fascinating mix of culture, language, arts and architecture. Despite its small size, Singapore packs a punch. The city offers a variety of things to see, do and experience.

Today, Singapore commands an enormous presence on the

The host of the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global from 2014 to 2018, the Singapore Sports Hub is a state-of-the-art facility that will cost an estimated $1.3B. Once completed, it will include:

• 55,000-capacity National Stadiu

RTS Update

Two unheralded qualifiers and an established Top 10 star made big moves on the Road To Singapore standings this week after outstanding performances at WTA stops in Sydney and Hobart.

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RTS Update

Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka took the early lead in the Road To Singapore standings after their strong performances in Brisbane.

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The WTA's Road To Singapore launched with an incredible start this week, and a few of the biggest names in the game - Li Na and Venus Williams - gave us their thoughts on the season ahead.

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The journey to the WTA Championships is an amazing one - 54 tournaments, 33 countries - and it all starts this week in Brisbane, Shenzhen and Auckland.

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