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Read our complete guide on the Rogers Cup betting in 2024

Tennis fans will be interested to keep an eye on 2024 Rogers Cup betting. Known as the Canadian Open, Canadian Masters and even the National Bank Open presented by Rogers, this is a major tennis tournament staged in Montreal and Toronto. 

Rogers Cup Betting Odds

The next tournament will be staged in August. Naturally, it’s a little early to show Rogers Cup betting odds just yet. Keep an eye on this page, which we’ll update nearer the time.

Men’s Singles Betting Odds

OperatorsMen’s SinglesBest OddsBet on Rogers Cup 2024
Novak DjokovicTBA
Carlos AlcarazTBA
Daniil MedvedevTBA
Jannik SinnerTBA
Andrey RublevTBA
Holger RuneTBA

You should have in mind that the odds can change before the event. Make sure to check them regularly in order to make an informed decision when you want to place your bet.

Women’s Singles Betting Odds

OperatorsWomen’s SinglesBest OddsBet on Rogers Cup 2024
Aryna SabalenkaTBA
Iga SwiatekTBA
Coco GauffTBA
Jessica PegulaTBA
Elena RybakinaTBA 
Maria SakkarTBA

You should have in mind that the odds can change before the event. Make sure to check them regularly in order to make an informed decision when you want to place your bet

The best players in the world are set to feature in both the men’s and women’s draws. The Rogers Cup betting odds can and will change before and during the tournament.

As things stand, men’s world number one Novak Djokovic is the most likely favourite for the tournament. The younger Carlos Alcaraz is chasing him down however and it’ll be interesting to watch him play. Alcaraz is gunning for the number one spot himself and will see this tournament as a great stepping stone.

Coco Gauff is the up-and-coming star of the women’s game. She is bound to feature very highly in August’s Rogers Cup betting in the women’s draw. Jessica Pegula took the title in 2023 and will be determined to defend her crown.

Rogers Cup Betting

How to watch the Rogers Cup live in 2024?

Various TV sports channels around the world will be showing the Rogers Cup live. Keep an eye out on the internet for schedules.

You can also live stream the Rogers Cup with many online bookmakers. Check our reviews to see which online sports betting companies offer live streaming of tennis.

You may need to place a bet on the Rogers Cup betting odds to be allowed to watch. Ask your bookie if they offer streaming, which will be delivered in high quality and includes commentary.

Rogers Cup 2024: Tournament Schedule

The Rogers Cup is due to take place from Saturday August 3 to Monday August 12, 2024 in Montreal and from August 4-12 in Toronto. The men’s tournament is in Toronto while the women battle it out in Montreal.

Qualifying rounds take place in the first two days, with the main draw beginning on Monday, August 5. In total, 56 players will make the main men’s and women’s draws. The top 8 seeds will enter at the second-round stage.

Each day features a different round until we get down to the final two on August 12. Rogers Cup betting will remain fluid during the big week of action.

The Rogers Cup timetable will be announced shortly before the tournament starts. Keep an eye out for when your favourite players are due to take to the court, as well as what their Rogers Cup betting odds are.

Rogers Cup Odds

Rogers Cup Betting Tips

Before you have a go at the Rogers Cup betting there are some things you should bear in mind.

Firstly; the men’s matches are best of three sets. These shorter matches differ from the best of five we see in the four major grand-slam tournaments. With this, matches finish faster and allow for greater shocks so keep the underdogs in mind.

We may still see 30 or so games in each match, so betting on the total games is viable. We also recommend that you check out the Rogers Cup betting odds across multiple online bookmakers. You can compare the spreads and lines with various firms to be able to secure a profit on live matches.

Lastly, be sure to watch plenty of tennis before this tournament. The Rogers Cup will favour players in form.

Rogers Cup 2023 Results

Spanish sensation Carlos Alcarez went into the 2023 tournament as the no.1 seed. Ultimately, he went out at the quarter-final stage this time around. No.2 seed Daniil Medvedev suffered the same fate.

Jannik Sinner beat Alvarez’s conqueror Tomm Paul in the semi-finals, meeting Alex de Minaur in the final. Jannik Sinner went on to become the men’s champion, beating de Minaur 6-4 6-1. There were surprising earl defeats for Tsitsipas and Hune (round 2) as well as Andy Murray.

In the women’s draw, the 1 and 3 seeds Iga Swiatek and Elena Rybakina both lost in the semis. They were beaten by Jessica Pegula and Liudmila Samsonova respectively. It was a straight-sets victory for Pegula in the end, the American beating Samsonova 6-1 6-0 in the final.

In the men’s doubles, Marcelo Arevalo and Jean-Julien Roger defeated Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury. In the women’s, Shuko Aoyama and Ena Shibahara beat Desirae Krawczyk and Demi Schuurs in the final.

The men’s doubles final was a quick affair, going the way of the champs 6-3 6-1. The women’s match-up was a little longer at 6-4 4-6 (13-11).

Rogers Cup Betting 2024 FAQ

What is the Rogers Cup in 2024?

The 2024 Rogers Cup will gather players from Saturday, August 3 to Monday, August 12 in Montreal (ladies). It will also run from August 4 to August 12 (men) in Toronto. The first two days over the weekend are qualifying matches, with the tournament proper beginning on Monday August 5.

Who is the Rogers Cup Favourite for 2024?

It’s a little early for confirmed Rogers Cup betting, but Carlos Alcaraz was no.1 seed in 2023 and is likely to be favoured again. If Novak Djokovic turns up, he could be the market leader too with Daniil Medvedev another big potential performer.

What is the prize money for winning Rogers Cup?

Total prize money currently stands at CA$6,600,000. The men’s singles winner is due to collect $1,019,335 of that. The ladies winner will receive less, at $454,500. These amounts could change as the tournament draws near.

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