Category Archive: Rogers Cup

How the Nightmare in Montreal can help Genie Bouchard

—by Christopher Johnson— The first time I ever played indoors, at a junior tournament in Ontario, I had a terrible match. I wasn’t used to the different lighting, air, speed and sound of… Continue reading

The bank that built tennis in Canada

— by Christopher Johnson — More than a decade ago, when Canada’s biggest banks were investing in golf, the National Bank of Canada in Montreal decided to take a risk. “The folks at… Continue reading

ROGERS CUP PREVIEW: Novak Djokovic reveals the secrets of his inner world

    In another sport, say soccer or hockey, Novak Djokovic would be the world’s most popular player. He would be revered for his endurance, his fluency in five languages, and his will to… Continue reading