How to Watch WTA & ATP Canadian Open 2022 Live Streaming, Predictions & Tickets

Rogers Cup Live Streaming, Predictions & Tickets
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Camila Giorgi will kick-start the 2022 WTA Canadian Open as the defending champion while it will be Daniil Medvedev who would look to make it two titles in a row at this year’s ATP Canadian Open. Get all the information on how to watch the Rogers Cup 2022 live along with the players, schedule, ticketing options and our early competition picks and predictions.

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Where will the 2022 Rogers Cup be Played?

The ATP Canadian Open 2022 will be held at the IGA Stadium in Montreal while the women’s competition will be hosted at the Aviva Centre in Toronto.

What’s the Rogers Cup 2022 Schedule?

This year’s Rogers Cup, which is also known as the Canadian Open will kick-start with its opening round of matches on Monday, August 8. The qualifiers have begin over the weekend before that, with two rounds of qualification allowing a total of seven men and eight women players.

The men’s and women’s singles finals will both be played on Sunday, August 14, with the quarterfinal and semifinal action to be held on Friday and Saturday respectively.

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Who is Playing at This Year’s Canadian Open?

The women’s draw will be led by the world number one Iga Swiatek who returns to action after early defeats at Wimbledon and Poland Open while it’s Daniil Medvedev, the world number one on the men’s side who takes to court in the men’s singles draw.

Other than the usual suspects like Anett Kontaveit, Maria Sakkari, Paula Badosa and Ons Jabeur, who all make the top five seeded list in the WTA competition, Serena Williams also makes a return to tennis.

The men’s singles draw will miss Rafael Nadal and Alexander Zverev, both of whom are injured and Novak Djokovic who has had to withdraw from the competition because of his vaccination status.

Carlos Alcaraz is the second seed and he will be joined by Stefanos Tsitsipas, Casper Ruud and Andrey Rublev as some of the others.

Rogers Cup 2022 Prize Money

The men’s section of the Rogers Cup 2022 will see a prize money of nearly $6 million distributed during the competition. This sees a rise of more than 100% from the previous competition.

The men’s singles winner will get $915,295 as the winning prize money while even first round losers in the men’s draw stand to make $23,690.

The WTA prize money for the overall competition stands at $2,697,250 – an example of disparity between the two sections of the draw – but it still is quite an increase from the previous season.

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How to Watch the 2022 ATP Canadian Open?

If you are looking to watch the men’s Canadian Open live on television or online streaming, you can do so in the following ways.

Those in Australia can tune in to beIN Sports while French viewers can get down to Canal+ or Eurosport to get their dose of Canadian Open for men’s.

Sky Deutschland are the official broadcasters of the ATP Canadian Open in Germany while in Spain it can be watched with Telefonica (Moviestar) and Siccative (TVE).

British audiences will need to subscribe to Amazon Prime Video while those in the USA would be able to watch the ATP Canadian Open using Tennis Channel.

Those looking to watch the 2022 Canadian Open men’s competition live online streaming can subscribe to A monthly subscription costs $14.99 with

How to Watch the 2022 WTA Canadian Open?

The WTA Canadian Open can also be watched live on TV or live streamed online with the help of the following options.

Australian viewers can watch the women’s Canadian Open this year with beIN Sports, which is the same broadcaster for those watching this tournament live in France.

In Germany, you will need access to Tennis Channel to watch this year’s Canadian Open women’s competition while in Spain, the official broadcaster is DAZN, TVE and TV3.

A Prime Video subscription will get you access to the women’s draw at the Canadian Open in the UK while those in the USA will need to subscribe to Tennis Channel.

Live streaming of the WTA Canadian Open for 2022 can be watched using the subscription. A monthly subscription to this costs $9.99/month but depending on which region you are in, this price could vary as well.

Our Canadian Open 2022 Predictions & Picks

In the absence of both, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev will be the favourite to clinch the title yet again but look out for Carlos Alcaraz who is already making some waves on the men’s circuit.

Alcaraz, who was the semifinalist at the Indian Wells Masters and the title winner at Miami, could be a strong favourite to take down the Russian world number one.

On the women’s side of things, Iga Swiatek would have settled down after her 37-match winning streak was ended by Alize Cornet. She then lost her streak on clay too when she went down to Caroline Garcia but now well-rested, she will prove to be the player to beat.

While all eyes will be on Emma Raducanu as she builds her defence of the US Open title, expecting more from Paula Badosa who had a solid run on hard courts before the Canadian Open.

A dark horse who could go the distance is Cori Gauff.

How to Buy Canadian Open 2022 Tickets?

The official website to be able to buy your Rogers Cup 2022 tickets is You can click here to get a variety of single and multiple session ticket packages.

Some of the available options include Single Session tickets, Full Week tickets, Weekender Package, Midweek Package, VIP tickets and Private Suites and Group. Get all the information for this in the link mentioned above.

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