"If you look at the schedule, I think I'm the only one person and player who has the worst schedule during the week", the French Open champion told the Montreal Gazette.
"I'm very happy to come through and get a little bit better during the match": Ashleigh Barty.
In Saturday's second semi-final, defending champion Elina Svitolina, the number five seed, suffered a straight-sets defeat to reigning US Open champion Sloane Stephens.
Halep has won her last six meetings with the 25-year-old American.
The 15th-seeded Barty won 80% of her first serve points and broke Bertens four times as she cruised to victory.
The fluidness and lovely shot making Garcia showed in the Sharapova match was almost invisible when she played the no. 1 Simona Halep. there was a gleamer of brilliant strategies at the beginning of the match when Garcia went up 3-2 and the commentator even remarked that "You can begin to feel that the Garcia momentum is building".
Stephens rallied to within 5-4 before Halep, on her fourth match point, slammed her third ace of the match and dropped to her knees in triumph.
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It was a repeat of this year's French Open final in which Halep beat Stephens in three sets, but she said this one was even better. I think she's a complex player.
Halep took the US$519,480 winner's prize while Stephens won $252,425.
A back-and-forth opening set saw Halep jump to a 4-1 lead before Stephens found the range with her forehand and broke service three times to take a 6-5 lead.
A large Romanian contingent waving their red, blue and yellow flags chanted Halep's name between points.
Halep broke the third-seeded Stephens with a crosscourt victor to take a 5-4 lead and serve for the set.
The second set went much quicker with Halep winning seven of the last eight games. "It's maybe the best place because so many people are so nice with me".