Serena Williams at National Bank Open: TV schedule, scores, results for 2022 US Open tune-up matches

After a first-round elimination at Wimbledon, Serena Williams is set to return to the court for the final Major of the season. But before she competes in next month’s US Open, Williams gets some tune-up matches.

Williams is scheduled to compete at the National Bank Open in Toronto. The tournament has proven friendly for Williams in the past; She has won three titles at the event in her career.

The circumstances of this year’s tournament are different for Williams than in previous years. Showing rust on the Wimbledon turf, she made a barrage of unforced errors as she fell to the unseeded Harmony Tan.

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While it’s not at the iconic New York City venue, a strong showing in Canada could perhaps be the catalyst for another classic Williams show at the US Open, where she has won six singles titles, joining Chris Evert for most in the open era.

Here’s everything you need to know about Williams’ performance at the National Bank Open, including a TV schedule, scores and results from Williams games in Toronto.

When is Serena Williams’ next match at the 2022 National Bank Open?

The draw for the National Bank Open 2022 took place on Friday 5th August. Williams will face qualifiers Nuria Parrizas-Diaz Simona Halep and Donna Vekic in the round of 64 on Monday, August 8, which is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. ET.

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Schedule, results of the National Bank Open in Toronto

Opponent Round Date, Time (ET)
Nuria Parrizas-Diaz Round of 16 64 August 8, open

How many times has Serena Williams won the National Bank Open?

Serena Williams has lifted the National Bank Open championship trophy three times in her career, winning in 2001, 2011 and 2013.

How many times has Serena Williams won the US Open?

Serena Williams is a six-time US Open champion, tying her with Chris Evert for most players in the Open era. Williams won her first title in 1999 and last won in 2014.

Williams sits directly below Margaret Court on most career Grand Slam majors, male or female. A win at this year’s US Open would see Williams level with Court at 24 at the top.

Here’s how the careers of the two legends compare:

court Williams
Australian Open 11 7
French Open 5 3
Wimbledon 3 7
US Open 5 6
All-time finals WL 24-5 23-10

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