The Rogers Cup Women’s Tournament has a history that is almost as long as the Men’s. The women’s tournament at the Rogers Cup was first held in 1892, making it one of the oldest women’s professional sporting events to still be played today. The Rogers Cup Women’s Tournament has been known previously as the Canadian Championships, Canadian Open, du Maurier Open and the Rogers AT&T Cup. While the Women’s Tournament was originally held in conjunction with the Men’s Tournament, the tournament split and now each of the tournaments are played in an independent location. This makes the Rogers Cup Women’s Tournament one of the most unique women’s events in Tennis, as it is played in a city by itself, without sharing court time with the men’s tournament. Former Rogers Cup Women’s Tournament Champions include Agnieszka Radwanska, Serena Williams, Caroline Wozniacki, and Chris Evert. Rogers Cup Women’s Tournament Tickets are always in high demand, and are some of the most coveting tickets in Women’s sports. Tickets to the Rogers Cup Women’s Tournament grant you access to some of the best women’s tennis in the world. Score with TicketCity – the place to go for Rogers Cup Women’s Tournament Tickets.
2015 Rogers Cup Women’s Tournament at Rexall Centre Address: 5 Shoreham Drive, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The Rogers Cup Women’s tournament is played in Toronto on odd numbered years. The Toronto home of the Rogers Cup Women’s Tournament is the Rexell Centre on the campus of York University. Center court at Rexell Centre has a capacity of over 12,000 fans for tennis matches, making it one of the largest tennis facilities in Canada. When the Rogers Cup Women’s Tournament makes its way to the Rexell Centre, the entire complex of 12 courts is packed with fans from around the globe.
2016 Rogers Cup Women’s Tournament at UniPrix Stadium Address: 285 Rue Gary-Carter, Montreal, Quebec,Canada, H2R 2W1
The Rogers Cup Women’s tournament alternates between being played in Montreal and Toronto. On even numbered years, the Rogers Cup Women’s Tournament is played in Montreal at the UniPrix Stadium. UniPrix Stadium (Stade Uniprix in French) is one of the premier tennis facilities in Canada. The Centre Court at UniPrix Stadium has a capacity of over 11,000 fans and features a hard court. The Rogers Cup is the most prestigious tournament held at UniPrix Stadium and draws fans from all over North America.
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Where will the 2015 Rogers Cup Women’s Tournament be played
The Rogers Cup Women’s Tournament alternates between Montreal and Toronto. On even numbered years, the tournament is held in Montreal, while on odd numbered years the tournament is held in Toronto.
Where can I find the 2015 Rogers Cup schedule?
The 2015 Rogers Cup Women's Tournament schedule is published with seeding just before the start of the the tournament. TicketCity has a full list of the 2015 Rogers Cup Women's Tennis Tournament Schedule.