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Event Highlight: Rogers Cup in Montreal, Canada (August 3-12, 2018)

This year’s Canadian Open women’s tennis competition is hosted by Montreal while the men’s tournament is hosted by Toronto. Every year, the two cities alternate between hosting the men’s and women’s events.

Past women’s champions include Serena Williams, Martina Navratilova, Monica Seles, Chris Evert, and Steffi Graf.

With the return of Serena Williams from maternity leave, the resurgence of Angelique Kerber, and strong parity amongst the female athletes, women’s tennis has never been better (we’ve seen 7 different women capture a major trophy in the past two years).

Don’t miss this event!

Quick Facts

The Canadian Open

When: August 3-12, 2018

What: Hardcourt tournament. Rogers Cup – Montreal will host the women’s competition

Highlights: Former champions include Serena Williams, Martina Navratilova, Chris Evert, Monica Seles and Steffi Graf. Third longest tournament in history (since 1892 for women and 1891 for men).

Where: IGA Stadium

Last year’s winner: Elina Svitolina

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Credits: Rogers Cup Photo Courtesy of Cavin on Flickr.

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