Week 32 (w/c 5 August): Montreal and Toronto

We head to Canada for the Rogers Cup, taking place in Montreal and Toronto

Montreal

ATP Masters 1000, Amazon Prime Video

The Canadian Open tournaments alternate between the two host cities and Montreal hosts the men in 2019.

Kyle Edmund and Cameron Norrie both got direct entry into the main draw. Edmund is seeded and plays Washington champion Nick Kyrgios in the first round. Norrie will play Marton Fucsovics with the winner to face Alexander Zverev who took the title last time the men played in Montreal two years ago.

Dan Evans joins them after winning two qualifying rounds, and if he beats Alex de Minaur in the first round he could play top seed Rafael Nadal who won in Toronto in 2018.

Andy Murray and Feliciano Lopez could meet Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski in the doubles quarter finals. Jamie and Neal draw Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram in the first round. In the top half Kyle Edmund partners Taylor Fritz.

Multi-court coverage of the Rogers Cup from Montreal will be on Amazon Prime Video all week, starting at 17:00 on Monday.


Johanna Konta reached the third round in Montreal in 2018.

Toronto

WTA Premier, BT Sport

Johanna Konta is seeded in Toronto and will play Dayana Yastremska in the first match on Centre Court on Monday. She is in the quarter of top seed Ashleigh Barty. Simona Halep is the defending champion from Montreal last year.

Heather Watson lost in the second round of qualifying to Iga Swiatek on Sunday.

BT Sport will have live coverage from Toronto daily:

Mon 5 Aug 16:00 BT Sport 1
Tue 6 Aug 16:00 BT Sport 1
Wed 7 Aug 16:00 BT Sport 1
Thu 8 Aug 16:00 BT Sport 1
Fri 9 Aug 17:30
00:00
BT Sport 2
BT Sport 1
Sat 10 Aug 18:00
23:00
BT Sport 3
BT Sport 3
Sun 11 Aug 18:30 BT Sport 3

Challengers

James Ward, Lloyd Glasspool, Evan Hoyt and Liam Broady all play in the Challenger in Aptos, California.

Jan Choinski and Jay Clarke will play in Augsburg, Germany; Clarke is seeded.

Harriet Dart will play in Landisville, Pennsylvania which is a W60, Naomi Broady is in qualifying there.

There is a combined M25 and W25 tournament taking place at the Riverside Club in Chiswick. Direct entrants into the men’s draw are Paul Jubb, Roehampton winner Jack Draper, Dublin runner-up Ryan Peniston, Jack Findel-Hawkins, Andrew Watson and Aidan McHugh. The women’s draw includes Naiktha Bains, Samantha Murray, Gabriella Taylor and Alicia Barnett.

Expect several more Brits to be playing the main draw after wildcards are awarded, plus many more in the two qualifying rounds on Monday.

If there is live streaming I will mention it on twitter, but even better if you are able to get there yourself to support these players.

 


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Read more about how to watch tennis on telly in 2019.

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Check Tennis TV and WTA TV for details of  the matches they are covering, at https://www.tennistv.com/live/schedule and http://www.wtatv.com/schedule

ATP Challenger events have official live free streaming at http://livestream.com/ATP. You can get links to all the matches by following @ATPChallLive on twitter which will tweet them out in advance.

Some ITF events are streamed free at http://live.itftennis.com/en/ and on the ITF Pro Circuit Scores app on Apple and Android. Check out the @ITFLive twitter account which will automatically tweet details of streamed matches a few hours ahead.