2000 du Maurier Open
The du Maurier Open 2000 was the 111th edition of the hard court tennis tournament in Toronto. The tournament was both a Masters tournament of the ATP - male series, as well as part of the female WTA Tour, where he held the role of a Tier I tournament. The prize money for the men was for singles and doubles competition $ 2,450,000, respectively, in the women's $ 1,080,000, respectively. It was the last time that the cigarette brand du Maurier was the title sponsor since tobacco advertising was banned from there.
The men's tournament was held from 31 July to 6 August 2000, instead, the women's tournament from 14 to 20 August. All competitions were held in Toronto at the National Tennis Centre.
Defending champion in men's singles was the Swede Thomas Johansson, who retired this year as early as the 2nd round. The title secured Marat Safin. This was Safins third title of the season and his first in a Masters tournament at all.
In men's doubles, the Canadian Sebastien Lareau and Daniel Nestor double could celebrate a home victory. The defending champions Jonas Björkman Patrick Rafter and were no longer in this constellation. Rafter decided not to participate and Björkman succeeded with his partner Max Mirnyi of the semi-finals.
In the women's Martina Hingis managed to defend the title in singles and in addition, the victory in the doubles competition with her partner Nathalie Tauziat. It was Hingis fifth singles and third doubles title of the season, the two previous title they had won but with Mary Pierce. For Tauziat it was the second doubles title of the season.
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