August 20-28, 2022
tennis players congratulate eachother

Frequently Asked Questions

The Granby National Bank Championships will be held from August 20 to 28, 2022.

Tickets for the 2022 National Bank Championships are on sale now. Go to the Tickets section of our website to reserve yours today.

The list of players will be released on August 2, 2022.

There are three ways to purchase tickets:

  1. Online
  2. By telephone by calling the ticket office
  3. In person (only during the tournament) at the ticket office at the entrance to Parc Saint-Luc.

In 2022, the tennis tournament in Granby became the National Bank Championships: a mixed event featuring a WTA 250 and an ATP Challenger.

Exclusively a Challenger event since its inaugural edition in 1993, the tournament in Granby will feature a WTA 250 competition for the very first time in 2022. Formerly known as the National Bank Cup, the women’s tournament was presented for 26 years in Québec and then leased to an American promotor. The women’s tennis event now returns to Canada from August 20 to 28, 2022, ahead of the US Open.

To reflect this major change, the tournament has been given a new name: the Granby National Bank Championships.

The Granby National Bank Championships will be held in compliance with public health guidelines to ensure everyone’s health and safety. More information will be released as the tournament approaches.

If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or if you were in contact with a person who tested positive for COVID-19, do not attend the National Bank Championships. If you have any questions about your tickets, contact the ticket office.

If the tournament is cancelled, postponed or presented at reduced capacity in compliance with government instructions, we will contact all ticket holders to provide them with information (reimbursement, credit, seat relocation, etc.).

The Granby National Bank Championships could never stand out among the tournaments in North America and around the world without the extraordinary support of its volunteers! We want to continue to grow our amazing team and are always looking for new people to join our committees.

If you want to lend a hand, fill out this form and send it to

Ticket holders are advised that the match schedules, session dates, number of matches and match start times are subject to change. No exchanges, credits or refunds will be issued.

The following policy applies to daily session tickets purchased directly from the Granby National Bank Championships.

The following ticket categories are excluded. No exchanges, credits or refunds will be issued:

  • Box seat tickets, weekly passport series tickets A and B (ticket holders have access to all matches on Centre Court until the end of the tournament)
  • Complimentary tickets

A ticket is for the day and generally includes two (2) sessions (except the qualifying rounds and the final).

If a match is ended or there were 90 minutes of uninterrupted play, the session is considered complete. No exchanges, credits or refunds will be issued.

The schedule is based on the day’s session.

In case of rain, the session remains underway and will be postponed (to be resumed) or played elsewhere, unless the organizing committee decides otherwise.

The ticket holder for the session that is underway will always have priority access to the seat indicated on the ticket.

In case of rain, there may be a regular session and resumed play on the same day.

Information on the match schedule, regular sessions and resumed play is available at the entrance to the site and online.

At the end resumed play, the organizing committee will ask everyone in attendance to leave the stands.

No refunds will be issued in the case of rain.