Category Archive: Christopher Johnson photography

Djoker goes wild in Cincy

  Novak Djokovic, beating Roger Federer in Cincinnati, became the first player ever to win all nine Masters 1000 titles as well as all four slams. He worked on his serve on center… Continue reading

Kiki Bertens beats Halep to win Cincy

Kiki Bertens came from behind to beat a tired Simona Halep to win the Western and Southern Open near Mason, Ohio. (all images copyright Christopher Johnson Globalite Media all rights reserved)

Milos beats Denis at “Battle of Canada” in Ohio

After losing in Madrid, this time Milos Raonic won the “Battle of Canada” on a rainy, windy Thursday in Mason, Ohio. Milos was more solid, and his experienced helped him deal better with… Continue reading

Too hot for tennis? How to schedule events for climate change

— Imagine playing Madrid, Rome and Roland Garros in the peak summer heat of August instead of the cool days of spring. Sound outrageous? It is. But that’s what tennis players and fans… Continue reading

A new star is Borna

  –Raised on Croatian clay and hardcourts, Borna Coric, age 21, had only won 2 matches on grass before coming to Halle, Germany last week. It looks like he’s figured it out. He… Continue reading

Simona Halep finally wins 1st slam

— The WTA’s best player the past few years, Simona Halep has long been a great champion, gracious in defeat, even after blowing leads at slams. She finally broke through and won her… Continue reading

Djokovic “turns a corner” in Rome

Novak Djokovic was smiling after his loss to Rafa Nadal in the Rome Masters semi-finals. He didn’t always used to smile after losses. But this time he knows he’s back playing at the… Continue reading

Barcelona’s best draw ever

  (photo credit: Tiziano Caffi in Barcelona) — Fans in Barcelona are being treated to one of the best line-ups in the tournament’s history. Rafael Nadal, who won his 10th Barcelona Open last… Continue reading

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