Watch the ATP Montréal Masters live
There's more live streaming tennis for free this week on William Hill TV as we move from Washington across the border to Montréal.
Follow the Rogers Cup from 16:00 UK time on Monday as we bring you live action from two courts of this ATP 1000 Series event.
The Canadian Open is the longest running tennis tournament in the world after Wimbledon and the US Open being first held in 1881.
In Montréal for the first time since the French Open the top three players in the world - Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray - are taking part in the same tournament.
Spaniard Nadal (6/1 to win the tournament) has not played on the ATP Tour since his surprise fourth-round loss to Robin Soderling at Roland Garros. Rafa was at the time rated as the best player in the world but since his defeat, Federer (7/4 favourite) has gone on to win both the French Open and Wimbledon.
Those two Grand Slam wins means the Swiss legend has now won 15 Grand Slam titles including the career Grand Slam after he finally nailed down a win in Paris.
Fed has not played since his win at SW19 and neither has world number three Murray. The Scot was fantastic in spells in front of a passionate home crowd but could not get past Andy Roddick in their semi-final.
Both Murray (11/4 second favourite) and A-Rod (8/1 to win in Montréal) will step up in earnest their preparations for the last Slam of the year, the US Open.
The Flushing Meadows extravaganza is probably the pair's favourite Slam with Roddick's only success at a Major coming in New York and Murray's best performances have been saved for the US Open including last year when he defeated Nadal in the semis to reach his first and only Grand Slam final.
You were able to watch Roddick reach the final in Washington, can he do it again in Montréal in front of the William Hill TV cameras?
In between the American and Murray in the world rankings is Novak Djokovic (8/1 to win his sixth ATP Masters title). The young Serb was part of the big four of men's tennis but the top three have seemingly pulled away from the Djoker as he has not progressed as it was hoped he would after his 2008 Australian Open win. Indeed he has won just two titles this year.
Juan Martin del Potro (10/1 for Canadian Open success) played Andy Roddick in the Washington final and the Argentine has had a promising season including reaching the French Open semi-finals.
The tennis on offer at the Rogers Cup promises to be of a high quality as we look forward to the US Open which begins at the end of the month. You won't miss a thing with us at William Hill with two courts being streamed throughout the week, all the stars will be on show and available to watch for free on William Hill TV.
We will also have more betting than ever available on the tournament with a wide range of both pre-match markets and in-play betting opportunities to go hand-in-hand with our fantastic streaming service.