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Due to the coronavirus pandemic and following the measures imposed by various government officials and the ATP, Tennis Canada announced on Wednesday the postponement of the Rogers Cup presented by National Bank in Toronto. The tournament, which was scheduled to take place from August 8 to 16, 2020, will now take place from August 7 to 15, 2021. This postponement means that Toronto will host the men’s event in 2021
The measures announced by the City of Toronto on May 15 do not allow Tennis Canada to organize a competition in front of spectators. In fact, the city had already indicated that it would not issue permits for events that welcome more than 25,000 people until August 31, a position that Tennis Canada fully supports.
The Montreal Rogers Cup event had already been postponed to 2021 following the announcement made by the Government of Quebec on April 11 prohibiting the holding of festivals and events until August 31, 2020.
In recent weeks, Tennis Canada has carefully studied the possibility of holding a closed-door Rogers Cup presented by National Bank. Despite the ongoing deconfinement taking place in Ontario, this scenario continues to present several risks and obstacles, including the responsibility to ensure everyone’s health and safety, the complexity of the federal travel law, the financial repercussions and the strain on public health. After careful consideration, Tennis Canada decided that it was preferable to dismiss this idea.
Click to the individual webpages with Orders of the Play for each day of the tournament. The webpages are updated late evening before the day of the play.
Orders of the Play webpages stay on our record past the Rogers Cup tournament ending. You can revisit for nostalgic purposes to rekindle the memories of past years of Rogers Cup tennis tournaments.
The content section of 2019 Rogers Cup will be updated before after the start of the tournament on August 8, 2020, at Aviva Centre. Call ticket office for information about available tickets: Ph: 1-877-283-6647
Aviva Centre is located at 1 Shoreham Drive in Toronto, ON M3N 3A6. It is part of York Univerity ground-complex in Toronto.
In December 2017 TTC opened up Spadina Subway extension with a stop at York University and a short walk to Tennis Canada and Aviva Centre.
Qualifying matches for the main tournament draw start Saturday morning of August 8, 2020, and continue until late afternoon on Sunday, August 16, 2020. It is a great opportunity for serious tennis fans see some great tennis for a bargain price. The main Draw starts Monday, August 5, 2019 in the morning at Aviva Centre. The opening ceremony is usually on Monday at 7 pm. We will keep you posted.
Qualifying matches for the main tournament draw start Saturday morning of August 8, 2020, and continue until late afternoon on Sunday, August 4, 2019. It is a great opportunity for serious tennis fans see some great tennis for a bargain price. The main Draw starts Monday, August 5, 2019 in the morning at Aviva Centre. The opening ceremony is usually on Monday at 7 pm. We will keep you posted.
Orders of Plays are updated daily during the tournament!