Cincinnati Open tennis logo

The 2013 Cincinnati Open tennis championships are one of the “Big 14″ major tournaments on both the men’s and women’s tours. Cincinnati is both the seventh of the nine ATP Tour Masters 1000 tournaments and of the nine major WTA Premier category tournaments in 2013.

OnCourt Advantage makes it easier for YOU to find the information you are looking for by listing each web page related to the Cincinnati Open below.

Click this link for information on how to buy your Official 2013 Cincinnati Open tennis tickets. The men’s and women’s events began in 1899 and the women’s, with the women’s not being held from 1974 in 1987 and 1989 to 2003.

The tournament venue is the Linder Family Tennis Centre in Cincinnati, Ohio in the USA. The court surface is Deco Turf II hard court and the centre court seating capacity is 10,500.

The 2013 edition of this tournament runs  from the first day of qualifying on Saturday 10 August through to the Singles Final Day on  Sunday 18 August. The qualifying events are held on Saturday and Sunday August 10 and 11, with the main draw singles events commencing on Sunday 11 August for the men and Monday 12 August for the women. 

The 2012 women’s singles champion was No.9 seed Li Na who defeated No.5 seed Angelique Kerber in the final 1-6, 6-3, 6-1 to become the ninth consecutive different women’s champion. The 2012 singles champion was No.1 seed Roger Federer who won his fifth Cincinnati title in the past eight years by defeating No.2 seed Novak Djokovic in the final 6-0, 7-6 (9-7).

  1. Cincinnati Open Tennis 2012
  2. Cincinnati Open 2010

Canadian Open Tennis logoThe 2013 Canadian Open tennis championships are one of the “Big 14” major tournaments on both the men’s and women’s tours. Montreal is the sixth of of the nine ATP Tour Masters 1000 tournaments in 2013, whereas the women’s championships in Toronto are the sixth of the nine major Premier category tournaments in 2013.

OnCourt Advantage makes it easier for YOU to find the information you are looking for by listing each web page related to the Canadian Open below.

Click this link for information on how to buy your Official 2013 Canadian Open tennis tickets for the women’s tournament in Toronto and the men’s tournament in Montreal. The Canadian Open is the third longest running tennis tournament in history after Wimbledon and the US Open and is run by Tennis Canada. The men’s event began in 1881 and the women’s in 1892.

In odd numbered years like this year the men play in Montreal and the the women play in Toronto and in even numbered years it is the opposite. The Toronto tournament venue is the Rexall Centre at York University and the Montreal venue is in Quebec at the Uniprix Stadium. The court surface is Deco Turf hard courts, the centre court seating capacity in Montreal is 11,715 and the Toronto centre court has seating for 8,000.

The 2013 edition of this tournament runs  from the first day of qualifying on Saturday 3 August through to the Singles Final Day on  Sunday 11 August. The qualifying events are held on Saturday and Sunday August 3 and 4, with the main draw singles events commencing on Monday 5 August. 

The 2012 women’s singles champion was No.5 seed Petra Kvitova who defeated No.10 seed Li Na in the final 7-5, 2-6, 6-3 to become the ninth straight different women’s champion. The 2012 singles champion was No.1 seed Novak Djokovic who won back-to-back Canadian Open titles by defeating No.14 seed Richard Gasquet in the final 6-3, 6-2.

  1. Canadian Open Tennis 2012
  2. Canadian Open 2011
  3. Canadian Open 2010
Rome tennis logo

The 2013 Italian Open in Rome runs from the first day of qualifying on Friday 10 May through to the Singles Finals day on Sunday 19 May. Rome is one of the “BIG 14” major tournaments each year on both tours, because  the men’s event is an ATP Tour Masters 1,000 category tournament and the women’s event is a WTA Premier FIVE category tournament.

The 70th edition of Rome is officially named the Internazionali BNL d’Italia, which means Italy’s International Championships and BNL are part of the BNP Paribas banking group. Rome is the capital of Italy plus it’s largest city and the fourth largest in the European Union. 

OnCourt Advantage who runs tennis coaching, tennis training and tennis lessons in Singapore, would love to attend this tournament in Rome in Italy. If you are able to then you should go directly to the information on how to buy your official 2013 Italian Open in Rome tennis tickets by pasting: http://www.internazionalibnlditalia.com/Tickets/Buy-Tickets-Online1.aspx into your address bar then press enter.

I encourage you to “Follow” Rome on Twitter like I do, the official handle is @InteBNLdItalia and the official 2013 hashtag is #IBI13. Please “Like” the official Facebook page just as I do by pasting http://www.facebook.com/pages/Internazionali-BNL-dItalia/267627913872?ref=ts into your address bar then click “Like” once you are there.

Rome is being held at the Foro Italico site in Roma in Italy. The court surface is red clay courts and the stadium court seats 10,500 people. The prize money that will be awarded to the women’s and men’s singles champions is $385,000 and € 460,260 respectively to each champion. 

The 2012 women’s singles champion was No.2 seed Maria SHARAPOVA who defeated No.8 seed LI Na in the final 4-6, 6-4, 7-6 (7-5) to win her 26th WTA singles title and earn 900 WTA ranking points. The 2012 men’s singles champion was No.2 seed Rafael NADAL who defeated No.1 seed Novak DJOKOVIC in the final 7-5 6-3 to win his 6th Rome singles title and 49th ATP singles title, plus earn 1,000 ATP ranking points.

  1. Rome 2013 Men’s Schedule of Play
  2. Rome Women’s Major Tournament
  3. Rome Men’s Major Tournament
  4. Italian Open in Rome 2012
  5. Italian Open in Rome 2010
  6. ATP Major Tournaments 2013
  7. ATP Tournaments
  8. WTA Major Tournaments 2013
  9. WTA Tournaments

First published 24 March 2013