The Rogers Cup men's tournament is famous for delivering high intensity tennis matches that bring the crowd to a roar. Make sure you don't miss a minute of the action by purchasing your Rogers Cup tennis tickets for this year's tournament. Of all the major tennis tournaments in the world today, the long and illustrious history of the Rogers Cup can only be matched by the US Open and Wimbledon, and we make it easier than ever to find premium Rogers Cup Men's tickets at affordable prices. We treat every order made through our marketplace with efficiency, care, and friendliness. With a keen knowledge of how important Rogers Cup Mens tickets are to fans like you, we continue to be the first stop for tennis fans across the country.
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Tournament Location: Montreal and Toronto, Canada
Club Name: Stade Uniprix & Rexall Centre
Court Surface: Hard (Deco Turf)
Total Purse: Over $3,000,000
Last year in England, Novak Djokovic finally broke through the barrier to become the Number one ranked player in the world by slaughtering Rafael Nadal on his way to claim his first career Wimbledon victory, and to truly drive in his flag at the top of the mountain, he captured his second Rogers Cup at Stade Uniprix in Montreal, Canada in his first tournament at the top. This year at Rexall Center in Toronto, the Joker looks to keep things flowing with a third and second-consecutive win in Canada, so now is the time to get 2012 Rogers Cup tickets and see if he can stay on top.
Djokovic previously captured the Cup in 2011 by defeating Mardy Fish for the 27th victory of his career, and Roger Federer in 2007 for his second. The last time Djokovic was in Toronto, Great Britain's Andy Murray lifted his second consecutive Rogers Cup trophy, defeating both Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer along the way with an extraordinary showing. To win it in Toronto this year, Djokovic will have to take on the usual suspects, including Nadal, Federer, and Andy Roddick, who have all had their names etched on the champions list of the tournament.