Who should I contact to file a complaint form?
|Please contact us toll-free at 1.877.2TENNIS or by email at email@example.com|
What's the best session to attend? Which is the best day to attend?
|Every fan finds a different day or session to their liking. The top players in the tournament are guaranteed to play one match early in the week and then as the week progresses, the excitement builds as the field narrows and the remaining players fight to become the next champion of the National Bank Open presented by Rogers.|
Which Tour (WTA or ATP) is playing at the National Bank Open in Montréal and Toronto?
|In 2023, the women (WTA) will play in Montréal while the men (ATP) will compete at the National Bank Open in Toronto.|
When did the first National Bank Open take place?
|The men's tournament first took place in 1881 and the women's tournament in 1892. That makes the National Bank Open the third-oldest of any current tennis tournament.|
What is the National Bank Open?
|The National Bank Open presented by Rogers is a prestigious professional tennis tournament owned and operated by Tennis Canada. Classified as an ATP Masters 1000 event on the ATP Tour calendar and a WTA 1000 event on the women’s tour, the National Bank Open attracts the biggest stars in tennis year after year.|
Where does National Bank Open take place? What's the address?
|The National Bank Open presented by Rogers takes place every summer in Montreal (IGA Stadium, 285 Rue Gary-Carter) and Toronto (Sobeys Stadium, 1 Shoreham Drive)|
Are there other similar events elsewhere in Canada?
Who's the organizer of the event?
|Tennis Canada is the proud organizer and operator of both tournaments in Toronto and Montreal. The federation invests net proceeds from the National Bank Open back into growing the sport across the country, increasing participation amongst kids, developing new facilities and building world-class champions.|
Why do the tours switch cities from year to year?
|The ATP and WTA switch between Montreal and Toronto year to showcase each tour in a different city during the National Bank Open presented by Rogers. That way, fans in both cities get to experience watching players from both tours on a regular basis.|
How can I support tennis in Canada even more?
How many rounds are there in the National Bank Open?
|The National Bank Open singles main draw consists of six rounds and the qualifying draw consists of two rounds.|
How many matches do you need to win the National Bank Open?
|The winner of the National Bank Open will need to win 5 or 6 matches (depending if the eventual champion has a bye in the first round).|
What is the prize money for the winner of the National Bank Open?
|In 2022, the National Bank Open women's singles champion (WTA) took home USD $439,700 in prize money along with 900 ranking points. Meanwhile, the men's singles champion (ATP) took home USD $915,295 in prize money to go along with 1,000 ranking points.|
What was the National Bank Open called before?
|The National Bank Open used to be known as the Rogers Cup.|
How are the profits from the event reinvested?
|Tennis Canada invests net proceeds from the National Bank Open back into growing the sport across the country. By purchasing tickets for the National Bank Open, you are not only contributing to the development of our sport , but you are also giving many people of all ages the opportunity to improve their lives through tennis.|
When is the National Bank Open this year?
|The National Bank Open presented by Rogers in Montreal will take place from August 4-13, 2023 at IGA Stadium.|
The National Bank Open presented by Rogers in Toronto will take place from August 5-13, 2023 at Sobeys Stadium.
Are there any major changes this year?
|Details regarding changes for the next edition of the National Bank Open presented by Rogers will be communicated closer to the event, here is an overview of the changes expected in 2023:|
• Mobile tickets: in 2023, your phone becomes your ticket. It will be very important to download your ticket on your smartphone from My Account before coming to the stadium. No paper tickets will be provided
• Payment on-site: no cash payment will be accepted on-site. All payments must be made by debit / credit card.