Besides four of the world's top 100 players who have already confirmed their entry, the event will also see some marquee players being awarded wild cards, along with India's leading women players, a media release said.
"We are very happy to have got the event back. Aryna Sabalenka who won the event last year is racing on the world stage and we are happy to provide such a platform to young and upcoming women tennis players from around the world," he said.
The centre court, two match courts as well as two practice courts have been re-laid, and will now sport a vibrant purple colour with green borders.
Floodlighting and players lounges of international standard have been provided.
Stands for around 2,000 spectators are being set up along with corporate boxes, a media centre, post-match interview zone and other facilities, the release added.
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