According to recent reports, Simona Halep and Rafael Nadal wins the worlds number one players Rogers cup titles after smashing all there challengers in all their matches last weekend which were held in Canada. This was the worlds 1 st best ranked players where the two Simona Halep and Rafael Nadal took the cup home.
Rafael Nadal who won all his matched by registering a record which was extending her 33rd ATP Masters to the 1000 title by winning all his sets of 6-2, 7-6(this was a 4 set), by defeating Stefano’s Tsitsipas in the Toronto games. According to Nadal, this was his fourth Rogers Cup which ended by a triumph and more so inspired by a breakout performance of the young Greek player who recently turned 20 on Sunday a week after which he smashed off four Top 10 seeds planted by top players Dominic Thiem, Kevin Anderson Novak Djokovic, and Alexander Zverev to hit his first 1000 ATP Masters final.
Simona Halep on the other hand won in his rematch with American Sloane Stephens during the match which was held in French for the French Open championship. In this match Simona Halep managed to defeat his opponent Sloane Stephens 7-6(a six set), 3-6, 6-4, in the state of Montreal. According to records and previous reports, this championship cup was Halep’s second Rogers title Cup in a span of last three years. Nevertheless, Sloane Stephens finished third position in the Rogers Cup final. According to reports, this was Sloane Stephens first time to enter in the Rogers cup final titles.
After managing to reach the semi-finals previous year in Toronto, Sloane Stephen started her summer with a winning that amused many in his performance in the US Open championship. According to Tennis Channel, the preceding matches will be covered through the ET coverage on the ESPN2 match’s which will continue on Sunday this week. Nevertheless, this win was a major breakthrough to both Simona Halep and Rafael Nadal. This win signified a new beginning in the Rogers cup titles as for the first time new players hold the top positions in the finals.