How does a day at Rogers Cup presented by National Bank get better? By adding a Cashmere Bathroom Tissue boost to your experience.
Fans attending Cashmere Ladies Day at Rogers Cup receive 25% off ticket prices and can look forward to a reception at the Mazda VIP Lounge, continental breakfast, reserved parking, a gift bag AND the chance to win amazing prizes.
And hey, did we mention some incredible tennis, too?
This year, the biggest names in men’s tennis will be hitting the Aviva Centre, with records, rankings and championships on the line. Be sure to keep your eye out for these impressive players, plus a few areas of the site you won’t want to miss.
Toronto fans are eagerly awaiting the return of 17-time Grand Slam winner and two-time Rogers Cup champion Roger Federer. A finalist in 2013, Roger (and his new social media-inspired identity Emojerer!) should be a familiar face around both the practice courts and Centre. With the Olympics around the corner, maybe we’ll see him in some doubles action too!
Nothing like Nole
World No. 1 Novak Djokovic has come flying out of the gates in 2016 and will look to continue his dominance at Rogers Cup, where he was a finalist in Montreal last year. We’ll be expecting to see some wild shots from the always-entertaining Serbian when he arrives in Toronto.
There’s nothing like seeing Milos Raonic in front of his hometown crowd. After having an incredible breakthrough moment in Montreal in 2013 to become the first hometown finalist since 1958, Raonic will be looking to repeat the feat in Toronto.
Plus: The serve. You really do have to see it to believe it.
Next Gen Excitement
Rogers Cup provides an amazing opportunity to see up-and-coming talent and the next big names in tennis. So many exciting players are on the rise, and you’ll want to make a point to drop by one of the outer courts to watch the younger generation who will be challenging the established guard.
Best of Both Worlds
You might be in Toronto but there’s no reason you can’t follow the ladies in Montreal as well. Rogers Cup is a virtually combined tournament, with Toronto hosting the ATP this year and Montreal welcoming the WTA. Follow results and updates on the Rogers Cup app, as well as relaxing in the Tennis Canada Zone, which features large screens displaying matches live from Montreal.