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Attendance figures of the Asian events?

I was wondering this, what are the attendance figures like in the Asian events, especially Tokyo, Beijing, and Shanghai? And I hope you can tell more than just "low", it'd be interesting to know the figures for whole weeks as well as for single days, especially SFs and Fs.

I never has followed these events too closely, but Tokyo's stadium seemed to be quite full today. On the other hand, Beijing's stadium seemed to have plenty of empty seats, at least in afternoon matches, in evening matches you can't see if the upper tier in empty or full.

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Re: Attendance figures of the Asian events?

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Beijing has WTA, hope this solves your confusion about your observations today

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I would say Low

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I would say between 0 to low.

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I haven't watched Beijing today because of WTA. But I guess Chinese care more about Li Na than ATP.

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Re: Attendance figures of the Asian events?

up and down but pretty decent in Tokyo although emptying out late on from what I saw.

not sure what the outside court was like but one of the murray doubles matches was completely packed so must have been pretty good at times.

mostly abysmal in beijing.
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Re: Attendance figures of the Asian events?

Na Li has had packed stadiums in Beijing and likewise Nishikori in Tokyo

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Re: Attendance figures of the Asian events?

Stadium looking packed at the moment... Not sure but might have something to do with Japan and a chap called Kei
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Stadium looking packed at the moment... Not sure but might have something to do with Japan and a chap called Kei
I looked some highlights videos of Asian events' finals from Youtube, and also last year seemed to be quite packed in Tokyo. And look at these background images from Japan Open's homepage and twitter. Quite packed.

But Beijing's stadium seemed to be quite packed too in men's final.

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