2004 Canada Masters and the Rogers AT&T Cup

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2004 Canada Masters
and Rogers AT&T Cup
Date July 26 – August 1 (men)
August 2 – August 8 (women)
Edition 115th
Category Masters Series (ATP)
Tier I Series (WTA)
Surface Hard / outdoor
Location Toronto, Ontario, Canada (ATP
Montreal, Quebec, Canada (WTA)
Venue Rexall Centre (ATP)
Uniprix Stadium (WTA)
Men's Singles
Switzerland Roger Federer
Women's Singles
France Amélie Mauresmo
Men's Doubles
India Mahesh Bhupathi / India Leander Paes
Women's Doubles
Japan Shinobu Asagoe / Japan Ai Sugiyama
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The 2004 Canada Masters and the Rogers AT&T Cup were tennis tournaments played on outdoor hard courts. It was the 115th edition of the Canada Masters, and was part of the ATP Masters Series of the 2004 ATP Tour, and of the Tier I Series of the 2004 WTA Tour. The men's event took place at the Rexall Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, from July 26 through August 1, 2004, and the women's event at the Uniprix Stadium in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, from August 2 through August 8, 2004.

The men's draw was headlined by World No. 1, Australian Open and Wimbledon champion Roger Federer, Wimbledon finalist and recent Indianapolis titlist Andy Roddick, and French Open runner-up and Monte Carlo winner Guillermo Coria. Other top seeds were 2004 Rome Masters champion Carlos Moyá, Indian Wells runner-up Tim Henman, David Nalbandian, Juan Carlos Ferrero and Rainer Schüttler.

The women's field was led by WTA No. 2, Rome and Berlin winner Amélie Mauresmo, Roland-Garros champion Anastasia Myskina, and French Open runner-up Elena Dementieva. Among other top players present were former World No. 1 Jennifer Capriati, seventeen-year-old Wimbledon champion Maria Sharapova, Ai Sugiyama, Nadia Petrova and Paola Suárez.


Men's Singles[edit]

Switzerland Roger Federer defeated United States Andy Roddick, 7–5, 6–3

  • It was Roger Federer's 8th title of the year, and his 19th overall. It was his 3rd Masters title of the year, and his 4th overall.

Women's Singles[edit]

France Amélie Mauresmo defeated Russia Elena Likhovtseva, 6–1, 6–0

  • It was Amélie Mauresmo's 3rd title of the year, and her 13th overall. It was her 3rd Tier I title of the year, her 5th overall, and her 2nd win at the event.

Men's Doubles[edit]

India Mahesh Bhupathi / India Leander Paes defeated Sweden Jonas Björkman / Belarus Max Mirnyi, 6–4, 6–2

Women's Doubles[edit]

Japan Shinobu Asagoe / Japan Ai Sugiyama defeated South Africa Liezel Huber / Thailand Tamarine Tanasugarn, 6–0, 6–3

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