Category Archive: Christopher Johnson photography

Happy Snaps from a “Wedding in Prague”

            The Laver Cup feels like a wedding, bringing together extended families for the first time around the ceremonial union of a happy couple.     There are… Continue reading

The Nick Kyrgios we wanted

This is the Nick Kyrgios we wanted. Mature, courageous, respectful and brilliant. He’s playing with heart and soul to go with his explosive talent and unorthodox creativity. He beat Rafa Nadal with intrepid… Continue reading

Rafa rolls at Roland Garros

Here’s how Rafa Nadal trounced Stan Wawrinka to win “La Decima” — his record 10th French Open. –From start to finish, Rafa Nadal forced Wawrinka to defend on wings, giving him few chances… Continue reading

BECK: Why Federer, Graf still ahead of Serena

— by Chris Beck — Serena Williams and Roger Federer are both 35 and coming off wins at the Australian Open, stirring debate over who is the greatest of all time. Most fans… Continue reading

Pliskova, Cilic chilling in Cincy — win WS Open

  With many players recovering from the Rio Olympics, Karolina Pliskova and Marin Cilic survived the rain of Mason, Ohio to beat the world’s top players and capture their first crowns at the… Continue reading

Is Raonic the second coming of Sampras?

by Christopher Johnson — After his epic win over Roger Federer in the Wimbledon semi-finals, many are asking the question which I asked earlier this year: is Milos Raonic the second coming of… Continue reading

Murray making a meal of the French Open

After reaching finals in Madrid and Rome, Andy Murray played 10 sets in his first two Roland Garros victories. Will we have enough in the tank to win his first French Open? (all… Continue reading

Bouchard feeling good in Paris

    Despite a second round exit at Roland Garros, Genie Bouchard sounds more positive than her disastrous season last year. She’s gained weight and muscle, and the return of her longtime coach… Continue reading

Murray beats Djokovic at rainy Rome Masters

                                                                 … Continue reading

Murray beats Goffin, Djokovic beats Rafa on Rome clay

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