Milos Raonic at Wimbledon. (AP Photo)

The Rogers Cup has been a staple in Canada sinceĀ 1881. The tournament swaps between the cities of Montreal and Toronto every year, but it has always remained as the only ATP level tournament in Canada.

Even though all of the Canadians have been knocked out this year, that doesn't mean the host country shouldn't be celebrated. See how much you know about the second-largest country on Earth (by total area), from the capital to the country's best players.