WTA Montreal 2018 Live Stream: Watch and bet on the Rogers Cup live online

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  • Rogers Cup 2018 is live from Montreal between 4-12 August 
  • Elina Svitolina is the defending Rogers Cup champion
  • Watch and bet on tennis live from Toronto at Unibet > live streaming > tennis
Elina Svitolina (Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images)

Elina Svitolina goes in search of back-to-back titles in Canada when the 2018 Rogers Cup takes place live from Montreal between August 4-12.

Watch and bet on live Rogers Cup tennis online at Unibet > live streaming > tennis.




WTA Rogers Cup 2018 Tournament Schedule


Check back here when the 2018 Rogers Cup schedule is announced.

Who is playing the WTA Rogers Cup in Montreal in 2018?


The very best in women’s tennis return to Montreal in 2018 for the prestigious Rogers Cup, which is played in Toronto and Montreal in alternate years. This year, it’s the turn of the Uniprix Stadium in Montreal to host the cream of women’s tennis for one of the biggest events of the US Open Series, the WTA Premier-5 tournament known as the Rogers Cup presented by National Bank.

The first big tournament following all of the action at Wimbledon, the Rogers Cup consistently attracts the top players on the WTA Tour, and barring injury and other unforeseen issues, the 2018 edition of the tournament will be no different.

Elina Svitolina is the defending Rogers Cup champion after producing some magical tennis last year to come away with the title. Svitolina, who firmly established herself as a top 10 player in 2017 and even climbed to as high as No. 3 in the rankings, captured her third WTA Premier-5 title on the trot - but it was the circumstances in which she emerged triumphant that was equally impressive.

Persistent rain meant that some quarter-finals and semi-finals had to be played on the same day, but the prospect of two matches in one day didn’t faze Svitolina in the slightest, with the Ukrainian holding off reigning Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza in three sets before crushing 2016 winner Simona Halep 6-1 6-1 in the semis. Svitolina then returned the following day for the final, storming past Caroline Wozniacki 6-4 6-0 to win the title.

Wozniacki would of course go on to win the season-ending WTA Finals Singapore later in 2017, while Rogers Cup semi-finalist Sloane Stephens secured an incredible U.S. Open title just a few weeks later in New York.

Depending on what happens throughout the 2018 season, the Rogers Cup could also welcome back a trio of former World No. 1s - Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova and Victoria Azarenka.

WTA Rogers Cup 2018 Seeds


Check back here later when the draw for the 2018 Rogers Cup in Montreal is announced.

About the WTA Rogers Cup


The Rogers Cup has a unique structure in tennis: The two biggest cities in Canada, Toronto and Montreal, take it in turns to host the men and the women each year. This began back in 1981 when the men played in Montreal and the women in Toronto and has continued ever since. Thus, in 2015 the men played in Montreal and Belinda Bencic beat Simona Halep in the women’s final in Toronto and so in 2016 the men will conversely be playing at the Aviva Centre in Toronto, while the women will compete at Montreal’s Uniprix Stadium. 

The Rogers Cup can trace its beginnings back to 1881 when the men’s event was held at the Toronto Lawn Tennis Club, while the women first played in 1892. Of extant tennis events, only Wimbledon and the US Open have a longer history.

Played on clay until 1979, when it switched permanently to hard courts, the Rogers Cup used to be a combined men’s and women’s event until 1981 with both genders playing at the National Tennis Centre in Toronto.

The Rogers Cup is now one of five ‘Premier 5’ tournaments for the WTA, the second-highest level of tournament, attracting all the best players in women’s tennis on a yearly basis. It is also one of the two biggest events in the lead-up to the US Open, the fourth and final Grand Slam of the year, formalized as the US Open Series. Winners in the warm-up events now have the opportunity to win an additional $1 million at the US Open.

Lois Moyes Bickle holds the all-time record for the most Rogers Cup titles, winning a staggering 10 trophies between 1906 and 1924, while in the Open Era American stars Chris Evert and Monica Seles have won four titles each. Martina Navratilova and Serena Williams aren’t far behind with three titles apiece, while there’s been a new champion in each of the last five editions of the tournament, with Agnieszka Radwanska, Belinda Bencic, Simona Halep and Elina Svitolina winning in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 respectively.

WTA Rogers Cup Tournament Information


Rogers Cup fast facts

WTA TorontoRogers Cup
DatesAugust 4-12, 2018
LocationToronto, Canada
VenueAviva Centre
SurfaceHard
CategoryWTA Premier 5
First played1892
Draw size64
Prize money$2,434,389
Most titles (Open Era)Chris Evert & Monica Seles (4)
Reigning singles championElina Svitolina
Reigning doubles championsEkaterina Makarova/Elena Vesnina


Previous WTA Rogers Cup Champions


Previous Rogers Cup winners (Open Era)

YearChampionRunner-up
1968Jane BartkowiczFaye Urban
1969Faye UrbanVicki Berner
1970Margaret Smith CourtRosemary Casals
1971Francoise DurrEvonne Goolagong Cawley
1972Evonne Goolagong CawleyVirginia Wade
1973Evonne Goolagong CawleyHelga Niessen Masthoff
1974Chris EvertJulie Heldman
1975Marcie LouieLaura DuPont
1976Mima JausovecLesley Hunt
1977Regina MarsikovaMarise Kruger
1978Reginia MarsikovaVirginia Ruzici
1979Laura DuPontBrigitte Cuypers
1980Chris EvertVirginia Ruzici
1981Tracy AustinChris Evert
1982Martina NavratilovaAndrea Jaeger
1983Martina NavratilovaChris Evert
1984Chris EvertAlycia Moulton
1985Chris EvertClaudia Kohde-Kilsch
1986Helena SukovaPam Shriver
1987Pam ShriverZina Garrison
1988Gabriela SabatiniNatasha Zvereva
1989Martina NavratilovaArantxa Sanchez Vicario
1990Steffi GrafKaterina Maleeva
1991Jennifer CapriatiKaterina Maleeva
1992Arantxa Sanchez VicarioMonica Seles
1993Steffi GrafJennifer Capriati
1994Arantxa Sanchez VicarioSteffi Graf
1995Monica SelesAmanda Coetzer
1996Monica SelesArantxa Sanchez Vicario
1997Monica SelesAnke Huber
1998Monica SelesArantxa Sanchez Vicario
1999Martina HingisMonica Seles
2000Martina HingisSerena Williams
2001Serena WilliamsJennifer Capriati
2002Amelie MauresmoJennifer Capriati
2003Justine HeninLina Krasnouroutskaya
2004Amelie MauresmoElena Likhovtseva
2005Kim ClijstersJustin Henin
2006Ana IvanovicMartina Hingis
2007Justine HeninJelena Jankovic
2008Dinara SafinaDominika Cibulkova
2009Elena DementievaMaria Sharapova
2010Caroline WozniackiVera Zvonareva
2011Serena WilliamsSamantha Stosur
2012Petra KvitovaLi Na
2013Serena WilliamsSorana Cirstea
2014Agnieszka RadwanskaVenus Williams
2015Belinda BencicSimona Halep
2016Simona HalepMadison Keys
2017Elina SvitolinaCaroline Wozniacki


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