Rogers Cup Day One Order Of Play
By Mike McIntyre
Here is the order of play in Toronto for day one of the Rogers Cup.
Looks to be a pretty sparse day in terms of matches with only three courts in use and not an overwhelming amount of singles play to choose from.
The opening match at 11am ET pits Jeremy Chardy of France against American Donald Young. Chardy will be heavily favoured not only due to his experience on tour but mostly as a result of Young's fifteen match losing streak. The former number one junior player in the world has not won a match since February.
That match will be followed by Bernard Tomic against a qualifier but will not begin until at least 1pm, leaving fans to check out some action on the Grandstand Court between Alex Bogomolov Jr. and Viktor Troicki.
At 3pm Canadian tennis fans can catch Peter Polansky take-on a qualifier on Center Court and they can also see Vasek Pospisil open the evening session at 7pm against Andreas Seppi. Closing-out the day's play will be Marcos Baghdatis versus Carlos Berlocq.
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