Ticketing update following the postponement of the tournament to 2021

Thursday, Apr 23

Photo: Patrice Lapointe / Tennis Canada

Due to the coronavirus pandemic and following the measures imposed by the Government of Quebec prohibiting the holding of events until August 31, 2020, it is with great regret that Tennis Canada announced, on April 11, the postponement of the Rogers Cup presented by National Bank.

This postponement means that Montreal will host the best WTA players from August 6 to 15, 2021 instead of from August 7 to 16, 2020.

Our priority in the management of this crisis has always been to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our ticketholders, players, volunteers, partners and employees.

What does this mean for ticketholders?

All tickets purchased for the 2020 event will be valid for the tournament held in August 2021. We therefore invite everyone to keep their tickets, as the transfer will take place automatically.

In fact, you will simply have to show up with your ticket for the session that you have purchased.

Here are the details:

SessionsMatches2020 Dates2021 Dates
0PracticesAugust 7, 2021August 6, 2021
1QualifyingAugust 8, 2021August 7, 2021
2QualifyingAugust 9, 2021August 8, 2021
3/41st RoundAugust 10, 2021August 9, 2021
5/61st & 2nd RoundAugust 11, 2021August 10, 2021
7/82nd RoundAugust 12, 2021August 11, 2021
9/103rd RoundAugust 13, 2021August 12, 2021
11/12Quarter-finalsAugust 14, 2021August 13, 2021
13/14Semi-finalsAugust 15, 2021August 14, 2021
15FinalsAugust 16, 2021August 15, 2021
Can’t come to the tournament?

Please note that you will have until June 1, 2020 to request a refund. All refund requests will be processed within 90 business days.

Click here and log in to MyAccount+ to request a refund and view the options available to you. 

questions ?

Consult our FAQ for all the information pertaining to your individual tickets, your box seat and series tickets, the tournament postponement and more…

The whole country behind the baseline

Rogers Cup is the engine of the development of tennis in Canada. In fact, 90% of the money that we successfully invest in the development of our sport each year comes from the revenues generated by our tournaments. It goes without saying that 2020 will be a year filled with challenges for our organization and the repercussions will be felt over the course of the next few years. However, we know that we are privileged to be able to count on passionate employees as well as on loyal clients and partners who will help us during this rebuild period.