2023 Billie Jean King Cup - By The Numbers

08/12/2023 11:00

It has been another historic year for the women’s World Cup of Tennis, with a record 135 nations and 651 players competing in Billie Jean King Cup by Gainbridge in 2023.

2023 Billie Jean King Cup - By The Numbers
A record-breaking year for the women’s World Cup of Tennis
 
The 2023 Billie Jean King Cup by Gainbridge season came to an end in November, with Canada claiming victory at the Billie Jean King Cup by Gainbridge Finals in Seville.
 
It has been another historic year for the women’s World Cup of Tennis, with a record 135 nations and 651 players competing in Billie Jean King Cup in 2023. The Canadian team earned a record $2.4 million (USD) in player prize money as a result of their triumph in Andalucia, with the team presented with their cheque on court by Dan Towriss, CEO of title partner Gainbridge.
 
The 2024 season, which begins with the Qualifiers on 12-13 April, promises further growth.
 
2023 Billie Jean King Cup by Gainbridge – key facts and figures
 
- A record 135 nations (651 players) competed in Billie Jean King Cup – previous record 118 nations (2022)
- 17,656 fans attended the 2023 Billie Jean King Cup Finals in Seville – a 35% increase on 2022 in Glasgow. Centre Court in Seville had at least 70% fan occupancy throughout the week
- Billie Jean King Cup website audience up 350% and total page views up 415% during 2023 Finals compared to 2022.
- 2023 Billie Jean King Cup Finals and Davis Cup Final 8 were shown by more than 40 broadcasters in over 150 territories across the world.
 
For a full breakdown of both the 2023 Billie Jean King Cup and Davis Cup seasons, visit the ITF website.