Players must register and pay the court fees at the front desk of STADE IGA. Accès Montréal cardholders must show their card to obtain the reduced rate. Players have access to the locker rooms, which are equipped with showers.
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IGA Stadium (French: Stade IGA) (formerly Stade Du Maurier and Stade Uniprix) is the main tennis court at the Canadian Open tournament in Montreal, Quebec. Built in 1996, the centre court stadium currently holds 11,815 spectators. It was formerly known as Stade Du Maurier, after the cigarette brand.
Monday - Friday 9AM - 5PM The Tennis Canada offices will be closed from December 21, 2018 to January 2, 2019 inclusive. What are the will call rules? The IGA Stadium Box Office is located at 285 Gary-Carter Street; Open from August 4 -13, 2018; Proof of ID mandatory).
For all participants aged 13 and up, a valid vaccine passport is required to participate in our activities. If a participant does not have a valid immunization passport at the start of the activity, they will be refused entry into IGA Stadium, and their registration will be refunded.
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Q. How many seats are in the Stade IGA Center Court? STADE IGA’s Centre Court holds 11,715 spectators while National Bank Court has a capacity of 4,296 fans. Q. Where is the Stade IGA located? 285 Rue Gary-Carter, Montréal Q. What is the National Bank Court? National Bank Court is located on the west side of STADE IGA and is the site of many exciting matches throughout the week of the tournament.
The tennis courts at Parc Jarry are those of the renowned Stade IGA, which plays host to the annual Rogers Cup tennis tournament. The stadium houses 11 outdoor courts and 12 indoor courts. The stadium houses 11 outdoor courts and 12 indoor courts.
Jean-Guy Fugère. On Tuesday night at IGA Stadium, Bianca Andreescu’s triumphant return to the National Bank Open proved to be a bumpier ride than anticipated. Still, in the end, the Canadian champion overpowered No.152 Harriet Dart of Great Britain in a two-hour roller-coaster (6-1, 3-6, 6-3).