Air Kei airborne in Montreal

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Kyrgios casting himself in dark light

He’s one of the brightest young stars in tennis, but Nick Kyrgios cast himself in a dark light as a villain at the Rogers Cup in Montreal. (images copyright Christopher Johnson Globalite Media,… Continue reading

Defending champ Tsonga savors victory at Rogers Cup

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Novak’s strength: exploiting Roger’s weakness

Like other sports, tennis often boils down to who can use their strengths to take best advantage of an opponent’s weakness. When Novak Djokovic needed a crucial point in the Wimbledon final, he… Continue reading

Muguruza loses Wimbledon, wins hearts

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How adversity can be Bouchard’s best teacher

Adversity can be the best teacher. It builds character and soul. Grow up poor and disadvantaged, and you learn to fight your way out of it. Get stepped on enough, and you learn… Continue reading

Sharapova wins on hot clay in Rome

Michelangelo and the Roman statues of Roger Federer

Imagine how Michelangelo would view Roger Federer playing at the Italian Open in Rome. He might see him as a work of art, standing above the crowd. He might see him as a… Continue reading