The 2024 National Bank Open presented by Rogers will follow a different schedule as a result of changes to the calendar due to the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris.
The main draw event in both cities next year will start on Tuesday, Aug. 6 (one day later than in non-Olympic years), meaning the finals will take place on the evening of Monday, Aug. 12, the first time in history that a Monday night final will take place in Toronto.
With the tennis event at the Olympic Games happening in Paris from Saturday, July 27 to Sunday, Aug. 4, the match schedule will be adjusted in order to optimize our spot on the tennis calendar and allow the players ample time to travel and prepare in time for our tournaments.
The tournament schedule will be the following:
- Saturday, Aug. 3 – Open practice day (in Montreal only)
- Sunday, Aug. 4 – 1st round of qualifying
- Monday, Aug. 5 – 2nd round of qualifying
- Tuesday, Aug. 6 – 1st round (main draw play begins)
- Wednesday, Aug. 7 – 1st and 2nd round
- Thursday, Aug. 8 – 2nd and third round
- Friday, Aug. 9 – Third round
- Saturday, Aug. 10 – Quarter-Finals
- Sunday, Aug. 11 – Semifinals
- Monday, Aug. 12 – Finals
IGA Family Weekend in association with Maple Leaf Foods and VIA Rail Canada - Montreal
With main draw action moved to Tuesday, this provides the opportunity to begin the qualifying weekend for the ATP Masters 1000 event in Montreal on Saturday, Aug. 3 – keeping the family weekend across three days to maximize free access to tennis and fun-filled activities for fans of all ages.
Saturday, Aug. 3 will remain an open practice day, with the opportunity to witness the biggest names in the game as they finetune their preparations while qualifying will take place on Sunday, Aug. 4 and Monday, Aug. 5.
407 ETR Family Weekend - Toronto
With the WTA 1000 tournament in Toronto, 407 ETR Family Weekend will take place in conjunction with the qualifying rounds on Sunday, Aug. 4 and Monday, Aug. 5 – once again, an array of family activities will be offered on-site at Sobeys Stadium as well as open practice sessions with some of the best tennis players in the world.
This coincides with Ontario’s Civic Holiday on Aug. 5.
Tickets for the 2024 National Bank Open are already on sale in both cities.