ATP National Bank Open 2022: Schedule, How to Watch, and Top Seeds

The penultimate masters 1000 event before the US Open is upon the tour as the ATP players prepare for the National Bank Open 2022. This will serve you as an essential guide to all the actions in Montreal as we provide you with all the necessary information, including the schedule, Livestream, prize money, and top seeds.

The ATP National Bank Open presented by Rogers, otherwise known as the Canadian Open, is a masters 1000 event played on the outdoor hard courts. It is one of the two ATP masters tournaments played in August before the final grand slam of the year, the US Open.

The 2022 ATP National Bank Open is scheduled to begin on August 8 at the IGA Stadium in Montreal, Canada. This year marks the 132nd edition of the men’s tournament.

An ATP masters tournament with such a rich history is bound to attract all the top players. This year, some of the best men’s tennis players will grace the court of Montreal, including world number 1, Daniil Medvedev. However, some of the big names like Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal are absent this year.

Defending Champion:  Daniil Medvedev

Reigning champion Daniil Medvedev has returned to defend his title. He is back this year, being the number 1 seed in the tournament. The reigning US Open Champion is a clear favorite to win the Canadian Open this year. 

Medvedev reached a career-high world number 1 this year. Although he is yet to win a tournament this year, 2022 was far from a poor year for the 26-year-old. The Russian played three finals in 2022, including the Australian Open, where he lost to Rafael Nadal in a five-and-a-half-hour marathon match.

No. 2 seed is Carlos Alcaraz. Currently ranked 4th in the world, Alcaraz is having a massive year, winning four titles in 2022, including two masters 1000 titles in Madrid and Miami. The 20-year-old Spaniard will be eyeing his 3rd masters 1000 title of the year as he steps foot in Montreal. 

The 3rd seed of the ATP National Bank Open 2022 is Stefano Tsitsipas. After reaching his peak ranking in late 2021, Tsitsipas dropped out of the top 3 in 2022. He is now world number 5. Despite some early exits, the 23-year-old Greek did find some success as he defended his Monte-Carlo masters title. He also won his maiden title on grass. 

When will the ATP National Bank Open 2022 be held?

ATP National Bank Open 2022 is set to take place between August 8 and August 14, 2022.

National Bank Open 2022: Full Schedule

The 2-day qualifier is set to begin on the 6th of August, while the main draw commences two days later on Monday, August 8.

Rounds Date
Qualifiers August 6-7
Round of 64 August 8-9
Round of 32 August  10
Round of 16 August 11
Quarter-finals August 12
Semi-finals August 13
Finals August 14


How to Watch the ATP National Bank Open 2022 on TV?


  • Sportsnet
  • TVA

These two tv networks are the official broadcaster of the National Bank Open 2022.


  • Tennis Channel

Tennis Channel is an America-based sports network that is devoted to bringing Tennis to all the fans in the US. Tennis Channel has also expanded to countries like Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Greece, and the UK.


  • beIN Sports

United Kingdom and Ireland

  • Amazon Prime Video


  • Telefonica


  • Telefonica


  • Sky Deutschland


  • Eurosport

How to Livestream ATP National Bank Open 2022?

  • Tennis TV:

Tennis TV is the home of live streaming of the ATP tournament. Being the official partner of the ATP tour, Tennis TV streams every ATP tournament for viewers around the world. The 2022 National Bank Open is no different. The subscription to Tennis TV costs $14.99 per month

  • Fubo TV:

FuboTV is a streaming platform that can give you access to the Tennis Channel. To avail of the service, you need to pay $70 a month.

  • Sling TV.

Sling Tv provides similar services to Fubo TV while costing a lot less. You can enjoy tennis tournaments such as the National Bank Open 2022 along with other sports events for only $35/ month.

Where will the ATP National Bank Open 2022 be held?

Venue: IGA Stadium in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Capacity: 11,815

Surface: Hardcourt (Outdoors)

Last year, the men’s singles tournament was held at the Sobeys stadium in Toronto. In 2022,  IGA Stadium, an outdoor hard tennis court, will host the National Bank Open. The venue has a 11,815 person capacity.

ATP National Bank Open 2022 Top Seeds:

The main draw ceremonies were held on the 5th of August.

  1. Daniil Medvedev
  2. Carlos Alcaraz
  3. Stefanos Tsitsipas
  4. Casper Ruud
  5. Andrey Rublev
  6. Félix Auger-Aliassime
  7. Jannik Sinner
  8. Hubert Hurkacz
  9. Cameron Norrie
  10. Taylor Fritz
  11. Matteo Berrettini
  12. Diego Schwartzman
  13. Marin Čilić
  14. Reilly Opelka (withdrew)
  15. Roberto Bautista Agut
  16. Grigor Dimitrov
  17. France Gaël Monfils

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ATP National Bank Open 2022 Prize Money:

The National Bank Open 2022 has a prize pool of $5,926,545, while the total financial commitment is $6,573,785. The prize increased massively (107%) this year, with the winner receiving $915,295 along with 1000 ATP points.

Prize Money ATP Points
Champion $915,295 1000 points
Finalist $499,830 600 Points
Sem-finalist $273,320 360 points
Quarter-finalist $149,085 180 points
Round of 16 $79,745 90 points
Round of 32 $42,760 45 points
Round of 64 $23,690 10 points

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