The National Bank Open presented by Rogers is just around the corner and fans visiting the tournament will be able to Feel Tennis in many ways throughout the week in both Montreal and Toronto using all five of their senses.
On-site at Sobeys Stadium and off, fans will be able to See Tennis like never before thanks to several new, innovative additions. First, they can immerse themselves in a whole new world of innovation at the VR Watch presented by motorola razr booth where Tennis Esports players will showcase their talents in virtual reality at the all-new Tennis Canada Fan Zone. Join us for the final of the inaugural Tennis Canada VR Tournament presented by the motorola razr on Friday, August 11 with the two finalists facing off live from Montreal and Toronto.
For the first time ever, fans are invited to extend their National Bank Open experience by joining us at RendezViews, located in the heart of downtown Toronto, from August 9-13 for the tournament’s official viewing party. The next-best thing to being at the tournament, RendezViews will show the must-see matches on its giant screen, including the semi-finals and final.
At IGA Stadium, the return of the WTA Tour will be available in Jarry Park next to the venue thanks to temporary stands that will allow fans without a ticket to watch matches on Court 9. There are also giant screens around the site so people can watch the matches while taking a break or enjoying a bite to eat and a beverage. Like Toronto, fans will also be able to feel the VR Watch experience.
To start the tournament off on the right foot, the public is invited to watch the official draw ceremony on August 4, right in the heart of downtown Montreal! During the draw, fans will discover the must-see matches in the opening rounds. On the outdoor terrace of Place Ville Marie's Cathcart, two giant screens will be set up to allow fans to come and enjoy the outdoor draw
The Avant-Match show is back on-site featuring new guests to get you ready for the evening sessions with a recap of the day and a look ahead at what’s to come. It’s a great way to stay informed and be entertained at the same time.
Don’t forget that in addition to the matches in both cities, fans can watch the players on the practice courts from different vantage points, including a new viewing platform on Court 6 in Montreal.