Rogers Cup Womens Tickets
Rogers Cup Womens Ticket Information
The Rogers Cup women’s tournament presents the perfect opportunity to take in two weeks of tennis at its finest. With the world’s best athletes sprinkled throughout the bracket, you’ll have plenty of chances to catch your favorite stars with Rogers Cup tennis tickets from Vivid Seats. You’ll be able to shop with ease as you search through our user-friendly site, which includes the event schedule above broken down by date, round, and session. Regardless of the purchase, we extend all our customers the same efficiency and support so your Rogers Cup tickets transaction is as stress-free as possible.
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Facts About the Women’s Rogers Cup
Tournament Location: Montreal, Quebec
Club Name: Uniprix Stadium
Court Surface: Hard (DecoTurf)
Total Purse: $2,168,400
Rogers Cup Womens News
Montreal's Uniprix Stadium Reprising Role as Women's Rogers Cup Tournament Host
Unlike the men’s draw, the 2014 Rogers Cup women’s bracket will include its reigning champion, which this year happens to be none other than world No. 1 Serena Williams. Williams has enjoyed wins at the Rogers Cup on several occasions including 2013, 2011, and her first back in 2001. While the tournament has been no stranger to producing repeat winners, there has not been one since Martina Hingis accomplished the feat in 1999 and 2000. Fellow past winner, world No. 4 and second seed Petra Kvitova, also will be on hand to compete in the event and most recently claimed the Rogers Cup in 2012.
The familiar host venue of Montreal’s Uniprix Stadium will once again serve as the setting for all the 2014 action from Aug. 4-10. Other notable players to keep an eye out for throughout the week include third-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska, No. 4 Maria Sharapova, and No. 8 Victoria Azarenka.