2020 Venues: IGA Stadium, Montreal, Quebec (women) and Aviva Centre, Toronto, Ontario (men)
Divisions of Play: Four – Men’s and Women’s, Singles and Doubles
Event Affiliations: US Open Series, World Tennis Association, Association of Tennis Professionals
Coupe Rogers de tennis Tickets
An annual premier level tennis tournament, the Coupe Rogers de tennis — known as the Rogers Cup in English, and also called the Canadian Open — pits some of the top names in professional tennis against one another in the Quebec city of Montreal. While its stadium of play has changed throughout the years, the hard-fought battle between pro players remains. The Rogers Cup typically consists of three days of open practice and qualifying rounds of play. It is one of the three longest-running tennis tournaments still in existence. The other two are the US Open and Wimbledon. The Rogers Cup takes place during summer, typically during the months of July and/or August. Its exact dates vary annually; however, it always precedes the US Open. The dates for 2020 are Saturday, Aug. 8, through Sunday, Aug. 16. Pick up your Coupe Rogers de Tennis tickets at StubHub today.
Who are some notable players from the Coupe Rogers de tennis matches?
This venerable tennis tournament offers an amazing opportunity to observe some of the top professional tennis players. Throughout the history of the tournament, the Rogers Cup has hosted the top names in tennis. Past competitors in the women’s Cup include Chris Evert, Martina Navratilova, Serena Williams and Steffi Graf. Past competitors in the men’s Cup include Andre Agassi, Andy Murray, Andy Roddick, Ivan Lendl, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal. Recent players have included Simona Halep, Ashleigh Barty and Bianca Andreescu. Players come from throughout the world to compete in this Canadian tennis battle. Of them, Czech tennis professional Ivan Lendl has won the Rogers Cup more often than any other player in history. He has won the Cup six times. He also set two other Rogers Cup records, with the most consecutive wins three in a row in 1987, 1988 and 1989. Chris Evert has won the most women’s titles at the Cup with four victories.
Who won the 2019 Coupe Rogers de tennis Cup?
Bianca Andreescu, the first Canadian woman to reach finals competition in 50 years, was the women's champion. Rafael Nadal won the men's tournament to capture his fifth Rogers Cup title.
In how many locations does the Coupe Rogers de tennis tournament take place?
When it began, the Rogers Cup was a men’s only competition held in Toronto at the Toronto Lawn Tennis Club. In 1892, when the Cup added the women’s division, it was held it in Toronto as well. The modern tournaments rotate between Toronto and Montreal. In 2019, the men's events took place in Montreal, while the women competed in Toronto. In 2020, they will trade places, with the women playing in Montreal and the men vying in Toronto.
How big is the Coupe Rogers de tennis stadium?
In Montreal, the Coupe Rogers de tennis matches take place in the IGA Stadium's Centre Court, which has a seating capacity of 11,815 spectators, and National Bank Court, which seats 4,296. In Toronto, Coupe Rogers matches are held at the main stadium of Aviva Centre at York University, which offers Rogers Cup seating for 12,500 spectators, including bleachers on the roof of the facility.
How much do Coupe Rogers de tennis Cup tickets cost?
The price varies depending on the round of play. The prices range from free for training days to approximately $15 to $60 for qualifying round tickets. Tournament competition tickets range in price from about $55 to just under $200.Back to Top
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