Canadian Masters 1000: table, matches, schedule and tournament results

Check the table, the matches and the results of the Masters 1,000 of Canada, one of the great hard court tournaments of the ATP and WTA circuits.


This Monday starts the National Bank Open or Masters 1000 of Canada, but the most interesting matches, those of the quarterfinals, of the men's and women's teams will begin on Friday, August 12. Some tennis players absent from Tokyo 2020 will return to Montreal, such as Rafa Nadal, and others who will want to make up for their performance at the Games, such as the Russian number two in the world Medvedev. Of note are the absences of Federer due to injury and Djokovic due to rest before the US Open.

Follow here the results of the Master 1000 of Canada

Dates of the Masters 1000 of Canada

The tournament will begin on August 9 at 11:00 local time, which at the time change would be 17:00 in Spain. There will be evening sessions scheduled for 7:00 p.m. local time, 1:00 a.m. Spanish time. The quarterfinals will be played on Friday, the semifinals on Saturday and the finals on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. local time, 7:30 p.m. in Spain.Tables and results of the Canadian Masters 1000 Men's Draw

From the men's team the sixteen best placed in the ATP ranking, among which we find Medvedev, Rafa Nadal, Tsitsipas, Rublev or Shapovalov, have a guaranteed ticket to the round of 32, poor what they will not have to go through the first phase of the tie.

High Part

At the top of the table we find that the main favorite to take the cat into the water is the Russian Daniil Medvedev. The world number two will face in the round of 32 the winner of the duel between Austrian Daniel Evans and American Alexander Bublik. Italian Sinner will wait in the next round for the winner between Duckworth and American Taylor Fritz. The Japanese Kei Nishikori will have to face the Serbian Sechamanovic to have a place in the round of 32 and face the Pole Hubert Hurkacz. The Russian number 7 in the world Andrey Rublev will do the same in the table that will face German Jan-Lennard Struff and Italian Fabio Fognini. Last but not least of the most interesting matches, the Canadian number 10 in the world Denis Shapavolov, who will also play at home, will wait in the round of 32 for the winner between the Japanese Nishioka and the American Korda.

The most interesting matches in this draw will be in the round of 16 and quarters, where there may be a potential matchup between Medvedev against Jannik Sinner or Medvedev against De Minaur (18) / Hurkacz (13). In the lower part of the same table, other potential clashes could occur in the quarters between Rublev (7) and Shapovalov (10). In the semifinals the most interesting clash could be between the Russians Medvedev and Rublev.

Low part

On this side of the table Rafa Nadal will enter the round of 32 thanks to his classification as number three in the world. In his first match he will face the winner between Lloyd Harris and Brayden Schnur. The other Spaniard in the box, Roberto Bautista (16), will do the same in the duel against Canadian Vasek Pospsil and American Tommu Paul. Schwartzman will wait in the next round for the winner between the French Benoit Paire (49) and the American Mackenzie McDonald (107). The Argentine will try to make up for his premature elimination in the round of 16 of Tokyo 2020. The last most interesting match of the table will be from the hand of the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas, world number four, who will wait in the round for the winner between the Italian Lorenzo Sonego (26) and Frenchman Ugo Humbert (28) .

Rafa will have, a priori, the simplest draw in the competition, being the toughest clash in a possible semi-final against Tsitsipas (4). The potential crashes in the lower part of the table for Rafa would be in the round of 16 against the Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov (21) and in the quarters against the winner between Schartzman (14) and Bautista (16). In the upper part of the table, the Norwegian Casper Ruud (12) could face in a hypothetical round of eighth the Canadian Felix Auger (15) and in the quarters Tsitsipas (4) or the Russian Asian Karatsev (23) .

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