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Rogers Cup presented by National Bank

August 3 to 11, 2019 | Aviva Centre | Official website

Organized by Tennis Canada since 1892, Toronto's Rogers Cup hosts the best tennis players in the world to compete for the third-oldest title in tennis.

The Rogers Cup tennis match in Toronto
The best tennis players in the world come together at the Rogers Cup in Toronto

The top women in tennis return to the 2019 Rogers Cup in Toronto

Hard courts, hard lines and a place where “love” is a bad word. For nine days this August, tennis frenzy takes over Toronto.

Formerly known as the Canadian Masters, the Rogers Cup is a two-part split tournament. In odd-numbered years, the men’s Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Masters 1000 section is held in Montreal, while the Women’s Tennis Association (WTP) Premier 5 section is held in Toronto, and vice versa for even-numbered years. 2019 sees the ATP tournament at the Aviva Centre at York University in Toronto.

The competitors

Reigning world No.1 and French Open champion Ashleigh Barty will hit the court for the 2019 tournament in Toronto. She will be joined by newly-crowned Wimbledon champion Simona Helep and three-time winner at the Rogers Cup Serena Williams –making up the top strongest player field in Rogers Cup History with all 39 of the top players in the world set to take part.

Non-stop action

As part of a full program of entertainment throughout the tournament, catch musical acts such as Gyles, Birds of Bellewoods, Gareth, Scott and Julian and CJ daily on stage. Join autograph sessions, check out the VR station and other entertainments for the whole family, right in the heart of the stadium complex. You can even try wheelchair tennis for yourself during the 407 ETR Free Community Weekend on August 3 to 4.

Eat well

From trendy sushi and brisket parfait to stadium classics (think foot-long hotdogs), there’s no need to go hungry at this year’s tournament. Three celebrity chefs will also be on-hand, and in the Centre Bowl, you can order right to your seat so you don’t miss any of the action.

Getting there

Just a short walk from TTC’s Pioneer Village Subway Station – which is situated North East of the Aviva Centre. The event entrance can also be found on the North East side of the stadium.

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