Canadian Open 2023 schedule and order of play – updated daily

The Canadian Open is one of the most exciting events of the year. I say this because there is an ATP and WTA event taking place at the same time, and the tournament is the first of two prestigious events that are played in North America/Canada ahead of the US Open. Naturally, this means that the Canadian Open gives us a reasonable indicator of who is in top form for what is popularly referred to as the ‘North American hard court swing’. 

Canadian Open Schedule 2023

As for specifics surrounding the Canadian Open schedule, this is what the focus will be on right here. And for those who are hoping to stay on top of the tournament, you should know that the event runs from August 7th to August 13th. These are the dates for the main draw, and of course, plenty of high-level tennis will be played between these dates. Yet this is just a brief overview.

However, there are far more elements to cover besides just the general National Bank Open schedule. These include the Canadian Open order of play, for which I will be providing daily updates. And it also includes which rounds are played on which days, who is left in the draw, and so much more. So without further ado, let’s run through a comprehensive look at the 2023 Canadian Open.

Canadian Open order of play – Sunday, August 13th

The day we’ve all been looking forward to the most has finally arrived. Of course, it’s time for the Canadian Open finals across all of the supported events. This means that later today, we will witness two singles and two doubles finals, and each game should be an interesting encounter. Additionally, this also means that in less than 24 hours, we will know who the official Canadian Open champions are for these events. There is plenty on the line for the players involved too.

For the singles events, there is the chance to score 1000 rankings points by winning the tournament, as is true for the doubles tournaments. Yet there is also a significant sum of cash on the line due to the respective prize money for each tournament. Anyway, putting what’s on the line aside, it’s time for my final installment of the Canadian Open schedule updates for 2023.

So as I’ve done throughout the tournament, I’ve listed the courts, matches, and relevant start times for the ATP and WTA events below.

ATP National Bank Open schedule

Toronto has played host to some pretty epic tennis this week. And it all boils down to the matches that are listed on the Canadian Open order of play this afternoon/evening to see who leaves with the trophy. Specifically, with just two matches left to play, this means that the Toronto Open schedule today has one doubles match and one singles match. As for the players involved, I don’t think many punters would have predicted the finalists for these events.

After all, the men’s doubles final sees the 3rd seeds take on an unseeded opponent. And for the men’s singles, the title will be contested between the 7th seed and an unseeded opponent. So with that in mind, let me reveal the exact matches that are coming up later today:

Center Court – 18:30 start time

Canadian Open schedule WTA

Although the National Bank Open schedule has been aligned for the WTA and ATP events for the last few days, the weather has caused a few discrepancies between the two tournaments. Because of that, the Montreal Open schedule today actually consists of four matches, hence the additional court that is in use too. Specifically, there are two semi-final games that must be played before the finals can be held in Montreal.

For the doubles games, these are scheduled on Court Rogers, and it’s the duo of Krawczyk/Schuurs who await the winners of the semi-final this afternoon. As for the singles, Jessica Pegula is already in the final after beating Swiatek yesterday. Yet the match of Rybakina vs Samsonova must be played to see who Pegula will face. On that note, check out the complete Canadian Open order of play in Montreal below:

Court Central – 18:30 start time

  • Elena Rybakina vs Liudmila Samsonova
  • Jessica Pegula vs TBD

Court Rogers – 18:30 Start Time

  • Aoyama/Shibahara vs Chan/Yang
  • Krawczyk/Schuurs vs TBD

Canadian Open schedule – Saturday, August 12th

There are just two days left of the 2023 National Bank Open. It’s been a great tournament so far, and I’ve every confidence that the upcoming semi-finals and finals will follow suit. Yet at this point, we’ve just a handful of matches scheduled for each event for today. This will soon become clear when you take a look at the Canadian Open order of play, as I’ve highlighted below. As for the top games that are on the cards, if I had to pick one from each of the singles events, I’d pick Tommy Paul vs Jannik Sinner and Iga Swiatek vs Jessica Pegula.

These have the potential to turn into great matches, and if you get a chance, I would certainly recommend tuning in. However, if you won’t be free at the exact time of these matches, there are always the other matches listed on the Canadian Open schedule. Just like each day of the tournament, there is an official start time, and this is 17:30 in both Montreal and Toronto.

Furthermore, now that it’s time for the semi-finals, all of the games have been condensed into just the show court. This way, fans get to enjoy the full experience without missing out on any top-level tennis that may have been scheduled on other courts previously. Anyway, with this in mind, I’m sure you are ready to see what the National Bank Open order of play looks like for today – so let me show you.

ATP Canadian Open order of play

For the Canadian Open today, it’s time to watch the semi-finals in both the singles and doubles tournaments. As referenced above, play is set to start at 17:30 UK time, which is 12:30 in Toronto, and there are four matches scheduled. To be more specific, 4x matches are due to be played on Center Court today, and it’s all going to kick off with the first of two doubles semi-finals. 

From here, the schedule keeps things balanced with a singles match to follow, then a doubles, and then the second singles semi-final. However, I should note that the final two matches form the ‘night session’. As for the complete Canadian Open schedule in Toronto, I’ve listed the court, matches, and start times below:

Center Court – 17:30 start time

  • Granollers/Zeballos vs Arevalo/Rojer
  • Alejandro Davidovich Fokina vs Alex de Minaur
  • Krawietz/Puetz vs Ram/Salisbury
  • Tommy Paul vs Jannik Sinner

National Bank Open schedule WTA

The number of matches due to be played in Montreal, which is the location for the women’s tournament, is identical to the guys. To clarify, there are four semi-final matches on the Montreal Open schedule for today. And interestingly, the breakdown of doubles and singles matches follows the same schedule as we’ve just seen for Toronto. This means that the order of play flips from doubles to singles in a perfectly layered schedule. As for the exact matches and start times, please see the overview below:

Court Central – 17:30 start time

  • Iga Swiatek vs Jessica Pegula
  • Krawczyk/Schuurs vs Hunter/Mertens
  • Elena Rybakina vs Liudmila Samsonova
  • Aoyama/Shibahara vs Chan/Yang

2023 Canadian Open order of play – Friday, August 11th

Friday, August 11th, is set to showcase the entire batch of quarter-final matches in the Canadian Open. On the cards today we have potential classics including Gael Monfils vs Jannik Sinner in the men’s event and Jessica Pegula vs Coco Gauff in the women’s event. Then again, these are just two of eight quarter-final games listed in the National Bank Open schedule. As for the remaining six, they won’t exactly be disappointing matches – far from it!

And for those who don’t purely want to watch singles tennis, I’ve got some extra good news to share with you. As of the latest Canadian Open order of play, there will be 4x doubles matches for the men’s and women’s events, meaning 8x doubles matches in total. How about that for a mixed and highly exciting schedule? I’m certainly pumped to watch these matches unfold later this afternoon, and I have no doubt that you are too.

Yet now, it’s time to get a little more specific and highlight the exact matches that are taking place and on which courts for both Montreal and Toronto. This is all discussed below.

National Bank order of play – ATP breakdown

So far, there have been some quite spectacular matches in the Toronto Open. Yet at the end of the day, only 8 men have made it into the quarter-finals of the tournament, and they are all in action today/tonight. As for the individuals you’ll find in the Canadian Open order of play for Friday, August 11th, the two top seeds are in action – Carlos Alcaraz and Daniil Medvedev. 

Additionally, some other very talented players are in action for both the singles and doubles tournaments. And below, you can view the full schedule for August 11th:

Center Court – 17:30 start time

  • Gael Monfils vs Jannik Sinner

Grandstand – 17:00 start time

  • Granollers/Zeballos vs Bopanna/Ebden
  • Gonzalez/Roger-Vasselin vs Arevalo/Rojer
  • Ram/Salisbury vs Purcell/Rublev
  • Hurkacz/Pavic vs Krawietz/Puetz

Canadian Open schedule – WTA breakdown

The quarter-finals stage is the point at which the National Bank Open schedule aligns for the men and women involved. Therefore, as referenced above, today will see 4x quarter-final matches for the women’s doubles and singles events. However, since the schedule has been slightly disrupted with a few delays yesterday, there are also 2x ‘round of 16’ matches on the schedule today for the women’s singles. 

These are scheduled first, as you can imagine, and the winners will then play in the subsequent quarter-final match later this evening. As for the Canadian Open order of play in Montreal, here’s what’s on the cards:

Court Central – 17:00 start time

  • TBD vs TBD
  • Daria Kasatkina vs Elena Rybakina

Court Rogers – 17:00 start time

  • Petra Kvitova vs Belinda Bencic
  • Melichar-Martinez/Perez vs Stakusic/Zhao
  • Gauff/Pegula vs Aoyama/Shibahara
  • TBD vs Chan/Yang

Court 9 – 16:30 start time

  • Kostyuk/Zhang vs Hunter/Mertens
  • Krawczyk/Schuurs vs Eikeri/Neel
  • Kichenok/Ostapenko vs TBD

2023 Canadian Open schedule – Thursday, August 10th

We are reaching the mid/late stages of the Canadian Open as we enter Thursday, August 10th. What started out with a draw of 56 players for both the men’s and women’s singles has been whittled down to 16 at this point. And while the matches on the National Bank Open schedule today are down as third-round contests, they are really ‘round of 16’ contests. That’s due to the size and progressive nature of the draw in both events. At the same time, it’s not just the singles tournaments that are progressing – the doubles events are also moving along smoothly. 

In fact, both the men’s and women’s doubles tournaments are at the quarter-final stages in certain sections of the draw. So needless to say, the action is hotting up in both Toronto and Montreal. But with this in mind, how is the National Bank Open schedule looking today? Well, I’m happy to share the most up-to-date Canadian Open order of play here for those seeking a breakdown.

National Bank Open schedule men’s

All of the third-round matches in the men’s singles for the Canadian Open are set. This is true for the top half and bottom half of the draw, and there are four third-round contests in each half. As it happens, all of these games will be played this afternoon/evening, as per the Canadian Open schedule that has been announced for August 10th. Speaking of which, there are three courts in use today. Play will begin at 17:30 on Center Court, while play will start at 16:00 on the other two courts. 

With that cleared up, make sure you check out the schedule below for full details:

Center Court


Court 1

  • J.Murray/Venus vs Bopanna/Ebden
  • Gonzalez/Roger-Vasselin vs Doumbia/Reboul
  • Mahut/Pospisil vs Krawietz/Puetz
  • Ram/Salisbury vs Gille/Vliegen
  • Lammons/Withrow vs Purcell/Rublev

Montreal Open schedule women’s

Jumping over to Montreal now to check out the Canadian Open schedule for the women’s event, once again, things are looking exciting. Much like the Toronto Open schedule shared above for the men, the Montreal Open schedule is loaded with round of 16 matches. As for the start of play, Court Central is set to kick-off at 17:30 while Grandstand and Court 1 will kick-off at 16:00. 

Of course, the top seeds are all playing today since it’s the first day that the schedules merge for the top and bottom halves. And this makes for an intriguing Canadian Open order of play, as detailed below:

Court Central

Court Rogers

  • Pegula vs Paolini
  • Bouzkova vs Kasatkina
  • Stephens vs Rybakina
  • Kvitova vs Bencic
  • Melichar-Martinez/Perez vs Stakusic/Zhao

Court 9

  • Siegemund/Zvonareva vs Aoyama/Shibahara
  • Kichenok/Ostapenko vs Linette/Pera
  • Kostyuk/Zhang vs Hunter/Mertens

Canadian Open order of play – Wednesday, August 9th

Today marks the beginning of the third day of the National Bank Open, also known as the Canadian Open. And of course, I’ve got the full Canadian Open schedule prepared for you below. Just like every other day of the tournament, I have shared the scheduled matches for each court in both the men’s and women’s events. This includes both the singles and the Canadian Open doubles games, which are always fun to watch too. Furthermore, since we’ve only just completed the first-round matches, with a few second-round matches completed also, this means there are still many games being played on all courts.

This number of matches will gradually be reduced with each passing day, as I’ve noted elsewhere. Yet for today, we are going to be treated to a wealth of second-round matches for this major tournament. So, ready to learn more about the Canadian Open schedule for Wednesday, August 9th? Check out the complete breakdown below.

Men’s Toronto Open schedule

For all except the Center Court today, matches will begin at 16:00 – that’s UK time. And as you will see from the full National Bank Open schedule below, there are plenty of great games coming up on all courts. Center Court will see the number one seed, Carlos Alcaraz, begin his campaign. Grandstand will see Daniil Medvedev, a potential tournament winner, and number two seed, take on a qualifier in his opener. Additionally, many other top seeds are in action, so here’s what’s coming up in Montreal today:

Center Court

  • Taro Daniel vs Milos Raonic
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Gael Monfils
  • Carlos Alcaraz vs Ben Shelton
  • Marcos Giron vs Holger Rune


  • Taylor Fritz vs Ugo Humbert
  • Matteo Arnaldi vs Daniil Medvedev
  • Alexander Zverev vs Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
  • Matteo Berrettini vs Jannik Sinner
  • Tommy Paul vs Francisco Cerundolo

Court 1

  • Andrey Rublev vs Mackenzie McDonald
  • Miomir Kecmanovic vs Hubert Hurkacz
  • Gabriel Diallo vs Alex de Minaur
  • Max Purcell vs Andy Murray
  • Sebastian Korda vs Aleksandar Vukic

Court 3

  • Granollers/Zeballos vs Martin/Mies
  • Koolhof/Skupski vs Hurkacz/Pavic

Court 4

  • Melo/Peers vs Gille/Vliegen
  • Musetti vs Kokkinakis
  • Gonzalez/Roger-Vasselin vs Griekspoor/Lehecka
  • Arevalo/Rojer vs Dodig/Krajicek

Women’s Montreal Open schedule

As mentioned above, the women’s events are also into the second rounds at this point. That’s the case for the doubles and singles events, and play will commence at 16:00 UK time today. This is true for each court apart from Court Central, as play will begin at 17:30 for this show court. Additionally, the Montreal Open schedule looks pretty stacked today with top seeds and potential blockbusters on the cards – as displayed in the complete schedule below.

Court Central

  • Swiatek vs Pliskova
  • Brady vs Rybakina
  • Haddad Maia vs Fernandez
  • Martic vs Sabalenka
  • Kvitova vs Giorgi

Court Rogers

  • Boulter vs Gauff
  • Pegula vs Putintseva
  • Vondrousova vs Wozniacki
  • Collins vs Sakkari
  • Dabrowski/Routliffe vs Chan/Yang

Court 5

  • Samsonova vs Zheng
  • Cirstea vs Muchova
  • Eikeri/Neel vs Siniakova/Stefani
  • Krawczyk/Schuurs vs Muchova/Vondrousova

Court 9

  • Parks vs Bencic
  • Blinkova vs Kasatkina
  • Sherif/Stephens vs Siegemund/Zvonareva
  • Linette/Pera vs Kichenok/Parks
  • Bouzkova/Zhu vs Stakusic/Zhao

National Bank Open order of play – Tuesday, August 8th

The first set of first-round matches has been completed at the 2023 Canadian Open. All of these games were played yesterday afternoon/evening, and this means many players have secured a place in the second round. As for the remaining first-round matches, these are all set to be played today, as per the Canadian Open schedule. Of course, these games included a blend of top-half and bottom-half games for the respective tournaments. At the same time, it wasn’t just singles matches that were played – doubles games were played too.

Anyway, that’s now in the past. Looking ahead at the most recent Canadian Open order of play, it’s looking like another gripping day ahead. So without further ado, let me share the National Bank Open order of play for the men’s and women’s tournaments now.

Toronto Open schedule – men’s event

To stress once again, the ‘Toronto Open schedule’ is the same thing as the Canadian Open schedule. It’s merely referenced as such to distinguish the men’s event from the women’s event, which is played in Montreal. With that cleared up, you should know that play will begin at 16:00 UK time on all courts except Center Court and Court 3. For these courts, play will begin at 17:30 and 18:00, respectively. And with that clarified, please see the full Canadian Open schedule for the men’s event below.

Center Court

  • Lorenzo Sonego vs Andy Murray
  • Alexander Zverev vs Tallon Griekspoor
  • Felix Auger-Aliassime vs Max Purcell
  • Jiri Lehecka vs Casper Ruud


  • Thomas Martin Etcheverry vs Sebastian Korda
  • Ugo Humbert vs Nicolas Jarry
  • Alex de Minaur vs Cameron Norrie
  • Gabriel Diallo vs Daniel Evans
  • Ben Shelton vs Bernabe Zapata Miralles

Court 1

  • Emil Ruusuvuori vs Marcos Giron
  • Mackenzie McDonald vs Aslan Karatsev
  • Aleksandar Vukic vs Borna Coric
  • Sigouin/Stevenson vs Mahut/Pospisil

Court 3

  • Bublik/Mannarino vs Martin/Mies
  • Cerundolo/Etcheverry vs J. Murray/Venus

Court 4

  • Hurkacz/Pavic vs Glasspool/Heliovaara
  • Davidovich Fokina/Tsitsipas vs Krawietz/Puetz
  • Gonzalez/Molteni vs Korda/Tiafoe

Montreal Open schedule – women’s event

Much like the men’s event, the Montreal Open schedule is somewhat staggered based on the courts that are in use. As per the latest Canadian Open order of play at the Montreal venue, play will start at 16:00 on all courts except Court Central. With this being the main show court in Montreal, play will begin here at 17:30. And speaking of show courts, Court Central has 4x matches whereas Court Rogers has 6x matches on the schedule today. 

That’s pretty impressive, yet for the full lineup, let me direct your attention to the sections below.

Court Central

  • Wozniacki vs Birrell
  • Fernandez vs Stearns
  • Giorgi vs Andreescu
  • Brady vs Rybakina

Court Rogers

  • Collins vs Svitolina
  • Mertens vs Kasatkina
  • Haddad Maia vs Frech
  • Vondrousova vs Sherif
  • Garcia vs Bouzkova
  • Azarenka vs Stephens

Court 5

  • Parks vs Davis
  • Pera vs Putintseva
  • Blinkova vs Zhang
  • Gauff/Pegula vs Mato/Sutjiadi
  • Pliskova/Vekic vs Dabrowski/Routliffe

Court 6

  • Chan/Yang vs Chan/Olmos
  • Eikeri/Neel vs Guarachi/Niculescu

Court 9

  • Samsonova vs Siniakova
  • Potapova vs Muchova
  • Kostyuk vs Zheng
  • Martic vs Siegemund
  • Kichenok/Ostapenko vs Bouchard/Marino

Canadian Open order of play – Monday, August 7th

The 2023 Canadian Open, otherwise known as the National Bank Open, will officially begin today with the main draw. This is true for both the men’s and women’s events, and looking at the order of play, it’s going to be a fun day of tennis. However, with today being the first of my daily updates, I would like to clarify something before giving you the rundown of matches. While the WTA and ATP events are branded together as the National Bank Open, they are played in totally different locations and venues.

Therefore, the Canadian Open order of play follows one path for the men and another for the women. For that reason, I must split the two schedules to highlight what’s on the cards. For the women, this relates to the Montreal Open schedule, as it is sometimes referred to. And for the men, it’s the Toronto Open schedule, which is what many might call it. Anyway, with that cleared up, let’s now delve into the schedule for day one of the Canadian Open.

Toronto Open schedule – men’s event

The men’s event in Toronto will make use of four courts for the first half of the week. As the draw then gets progressively smaller, play will then switch mainly to Center Court and the Grandstand Court. Yet for today, there are matches being held on all four courts, as shown in the National Bank Open schedule below. And just to confirm, matches will start at around 16:00 UK time.

Center Court

  • Alexis Galarneau vs Francisco Cerundolo
  • Gregoire Barrere vs Matteo Berrettini
  • Milos Raonic vs Frances Tiafoe
  • Vasek Pospisil vs Matteo Arnaldi


  • Lorenzo Musetti vs Yoshihito Nishioka
  • Alejandro Davidovich Fokina vs J.J. Wolf
  • Alexander Bublik vs Hubert Hurkacz
  • Gael Monfils vs Christopher Eubanks
  • Tommy Paul vs Diego Schwartzman

Court 1

  • Brandon Nakashima vs Jiri Lehecka
  • Zhizhen Zhang vs Thanasi Kokkinakis
  • Adrian Mannarino vs Taro Daniel
  • Cristian Garin vs Miomir Kecmanovic

Court 4

  • Lammons/Withrow vs Haase/Mektic
  • Purcell/Rublev vs Nys/Zielinski
  • De Minaur/Sinner vs Arevalo/Rojer
  • Granollers/Zeballos vs Diallo/Galarneau

Montreal Open Schedule – women’s event

Moving across to the Canadian Open schedule for the women now, it’s all happening in Montreal. Yet unlike the men’s event, Montreal has five courts instead of four, so the play is more spread out here. Additionally, play will start at 16:00 UK time on all courts, except for Court Central, where the play will begin at 17:30 UK time. With that clarified, let’s now look at the Canadian Open order of play for today.

Court Central

  • Azarenka vs Linette
  • Brady vs Ostapenko
  • V. Williams vs Keys
  • Boulter vs Marino

Court Rogers

  • Zhu vs Pliskova
  • Bronzetti vs Bencic
  • Stephens vs Kalinina
  • Mertens vs Kasatkina
  • Parks vs Davis

Court 9

  • Paolini vs Vekic
  • Gracheva vs Cirstea
  • Kato/Sutjiadi vs Garcia/Martic

Court 5

  • Day vs Bouzkova
  • Kostyuk/Zhang vs Mihalikova/Xu
  • Krawczyk/Schuurs vs Ninomiya/Santamaria

Court 6

  • Marozava/Gamarra Martins vs Aoyama/Shibaharra
  • Danilina/Mattek-Sands vs Muchova/Vondrousova

2023 Canadian Open schedule – tournament overview

Although I have stressed above that the Canadian Open is running from August 7th to August 13th, these are simply the dates for the main draw. However, I should point out that the Canadian Open qualifying is taking place on August 5th on August 6th. This is the case for both the men’s and women’s singles events. And when the qualifying has been wrapped up, there will be 7 qualifiers on the men’s side and 8 qualifiers on the women’s side. Of course, these players are then inserted into their respective positions in the main draw.

On that note, as you now know, the main draw will kick off on Monday, August 7th. As it happens, Monday, August 7th, as well as Tuesday, August 8th, will host the most matches of all. The reason for this is that all 56 players in each draw start their campaigns over these two days, meaning that the National Bank Open schedule is packed out for August 7th and 8th. 

From here, the number of matches declines steadily as the tournament progresses. And this occurs all the way through to August 13th, which is the designated finals day for the two singles tournaments.

National Bank Open schedule – day-by-day breakdown

Okay, so that’s the general overview of the 2023 Canadian Open covered. But since there are two tournaments taking place at the same time, and because the tournament runs for an entire week, you may be curious as to what is coming up on each day. If so, which is totally understandable, I’d like to direct your attention to the day-by-day breakdown of the Canadian Open schedule below.

August 7th and 8th

As referenced earlier, the first rounds of the Canadian Open will be played on Monday, August 7th, and Tuesday, August 8th. Furthermore, as has been particularly common in these larger tournaments, the matches are divided into day and night sessions. On that note, my daily updates concerning the Canadian Open order of play will reveal who is playing in what session.

August 8th and 9th

The reason for the overlap in dates here is that according to the provisional Canadian Open schedule, the second-round matches will begin on the evening of August 9th. This means that for the day and night sessions on August 8th, all of these matches will be first-round games. This is also true for the day session on August 9th, but then the night session will consist of second-round games. 

August 10th

On Thursday, August 10th, the Canadian Open will finally align each day with a specific stage of the tournament. This is possible because the draw size will be reduced following the first and second rounds. And on August 10th, all of the scheduled games will be third-round matches.

August 11th

Assuming that there are no unplanned delays in the National Bank Open schedule, we should arrive at the quarter-finals in time for August 11th. So on this day, both the day and night sessions will host the quarter-final games in the men’s and women’s singles tournaments.

August 12th

On Saturday, August 12th, things will really start heating up. At this point, the events will reach the semi-finals stage, meaning that just 4 players are left in each of the singles tournaments. And naturally, based on the latest Canadian Open seeds for both tournaments, you’d expect at least a couple of the top 4 to be involved.

August 13th

Finally – we come to finals day for the 2023 Canadian Open. This is the day that all tennis fans will be excited about, as we will finally get to see who is crowned champions for the associated tournaments.

Toronto Open schedule – other important information

Since the full breakdown of the Canadian Open schedule has now been provided, there are just a few other things that you need to know. So without further ado, let me reveal this key information right now.

Start times

Concerning the start times for the day sessions, play should begin at 16:00 UK time, at least for the early rounds. As for the evening games, due to the time difference, play won’t begin until 23:30. Note that these start times will change as the tournament progresses, which I will cover in the daily updates.

Canadian Open order of play

In terms of when you can check out the National Bank Open order of play, I will be updating this with each passing day. However, since the order of play is only typically released the evening before the day in question, these updates will be provided on the morning of play (UK time).

Men’s and women’s events

The final thing I must clarify is the difference between the men’s and women’s events. As you’ve no doubt realized, the Canadian Open has a few different names. Yet to be technically correct, anything referencing the Montreal Open schedule relates to the women’s event. In contrast, the Toronto Open schedule relates to the men’s event, as the two are played in these respective locations.

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