The National Bank Open, formerly Rogers Cup

stadium view from on court

Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find more specific information about the 2021 National Bank Open, as well as the postponement of the 2020 event.

The ATP iteration of the National Bank Open presented by Rogers is scheduled to take place in Toronto from August 7-15, 2021, while the WTA event will be in Montreal from August 7-15, 2021.

Tickets are now on sale.

You can buy tickets online on our website

The safety and security of all visitors to National Bank Open presented by Rogers is our highest priority, and there will be enhanced security measures in place at this year’s tournament, especially due to the COVID-19 measures that will be implemented.

Visit below to view our security page.

Yes. Following the February 2 announcement, the tournament’s new name is the National Bank Open presented by Rogers.

The men (ATP) will play in Toronto in 2021, and the women (WTA) will play in Montreal.

Your tickets for the 2020 tournament are not valid for the 2021 edition.

All spectators who kept their tickets were contacted and given the option to exchange then for 2021 tickets, or to request a refund.

If you have not taken any exchange or refund actions, your 2020 tickets have been automatically transferred for the 2022 edition (same seat and same schedule as in 2020).

For any questions related to tickets, write to us at [email protected]

In order to maintain quality customer service during this difficult time, our ticketing representatives will be available from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm.

There are two ways to contact us:

Please note that due to the current closure of IGA Stadium, we will not be able to answer all incoming calls. We ask that you leave a detailed message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Due to the large influx of requests, we would like to thank you for your understanding in the event of a delayed response.

National Bank Open presented by Rogers would not be one of the most successfully run tennis tournaments in the world without the help and tireless work of our volunteers. To continue to grow our incredible volunteer team we are always looking for new, enthusiastic people to join one of our many roles we have available.

To apply, please click on the link below, after familiarizing yourself with the requirements of our volunteer program.

NEW VOLUNTEER / NEW BALL CREW: Click here to apply

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The Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) and Tennis Canada announced on Tuesday the names of six athletes nominated to represent Team Canada in tennis at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games from July 23 to August 8. The athletes selected are Félix Auger-Aliassime (Montreal, Que.), Vasek Pospisil (Vernon, B.C.), Bianca Andreescu (Mississauga, ON), Leylah Fernandez (Laval, Que.), Gabriela Dabrowski (Ottawa, Ont.) and Sharon Fichman (Toronto, Ont.). They will be accompanied by men’s coach Frank Dancevic and women’s coach Heidi El Tabakh.

The 2021 Tokyo Olympics are scheduled to take place from July 23 until August 8 and it has already been confirmed by the International Olympic Committee that the tennis competition will be player during the first week (July 24th to 1st au August), which will not impact our tournaments.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and in an effort to protect the health and safety of ticket holders, employees and players, new health measures and rules are in effect:

  • Mandatory procedure mask
  • Physical distancing of 2 metres
  • Physical distancing in the stands
  • Contactless Mobile Tickets

Click here to view all our health measures

Since they won the most recent edition of the tournament in 2019, with the 2020 National Bank Open being postponed to 2021, Bianca Andreescu and Rafael Nadal will remain the defending champions.

No, due to the coronavirus pandemic and following measures imposed by various government officials and the tours, National Bank Open was postponed until 2021.

This means that women’s tennis will be in Montreal, while men will compete in Toronto this year as they were initially slated to in 2020.

It has been a rare occurrence for the National Bank Open to not be held, but the most recent instances occurred during World War I (1915-1918) and World War II (1941-1945). Due to the global situation, the tournament was unable to be played during those years.

National Bank Open is the engine of tennis development in Canada. 90% of the money that is successfully invested in the development of the sport each year comes from the profits of the tournaments. 2020 was a very difficult year for the organization. Repercussions are anticipated to be felt over the course of the next few years.

However, Tennis Canada is privileged to be able to count on passionate employees as well as on loyal clients and partners who will help during this rebuild period