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Women's lottery, schedule, players, prize money breakdown, etc.

The Canadian Open kicks off August 8 in Toronto, with many of the top players competing in the women’s singles event. World No. 1 Iga Sfiatek is the frontrunner, with Paula Badosa, Ons Jabbar, Maria Sakkari, Alina Sabalenka and Jessica Pegula also competing.

Local favorites Leila Fernandez and Bianca Andreescu will also be in the WTA 1000 tournament. The former is back in action after breaking his leg at the French Open.

Serena Williams and Venus Williams both qualified for Toronto, with the former entering the main draw of the tournament with a protected ranking and the latter receiving a wild card.

What is the Canadian Open?

The Canadian Open is one of the oldest and most prestigious tournaments on the WTA Tour. The women’s competition began in her 1892 and has been held regularly ever since.

Over the years, the tournament has undergone many name changes. It began as the Canadian Championship before being renamed the Canadian Open in 1968. The tournament was known as the Du Maurier Open from 1997-2000 and was renamed the Canada Masters from 2001-2004.

It was called the Rogers Cup from 2005 to 2019, but its name was changed to the National Bank Open.

The Canadian Open has been held almost every year since its opening days, and only 2020 was not held due to the influence of the new coronavirus.

Lois Moyes Bickle is the most successful player in the history of the competition, winning 10 times. Monica Seles and Chris Evert have the most wins in the Open Era, each with his four wins.

Other celebrities who have won the tournament include Steffi Graf, Serena Williams and Martina Navratilova. Camila Giorgi is her 2021 women’s singles champion, and she beat Karolina Pliskova in the final, where she went 6-3, 7-5.


Ons Jabeur is one of the tournament favorites

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Canadian Open Schedule

The tournament will run from August 8-15, with the main draw for the women’s singles event starting on Monday.

Prize money

The National Bank Open women’s singles tournament winner will receive $915,295 in cash prizes and the runner-up will receive $499,830. The semi-finalists will each take home $273,320, while the quarter-finalists will take home $149,085.

where to see

U.S. viewers will watch the Canadian Open tennis channel Those in Canada can catch all the action live TVA Sports and Sports NetEngland tennis fans can watch the WTA 1000 tournament on Amazon Prime Video.