Tag Archive: Christopher Johnson photography

Shapovalov goes 2-5 on European clay

  Denis Shapovalov had a good 2018 clay season leading up to Roland Garros, going deep in events before losing to Sascha Zverev in Madrid and Rafael Nadal in Rome. But he won… Continue reading

Djokovic bends but doesn’t break

Novak Djokovic is the most flexible player ever in tennis. It’s not only his body; it’s his mind. He’s the best ever at overcoming adversity. He’s rarely ever out of a match. Seemingly… Continue reading

How Murray owns Raonic — and the world

  With Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer out with injuries, and Novak Djokovic slumping, Andy Murray owns the world right now, not only Milos Raonic. But he definitely has owned Raonic this year,… 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

Steve Johnson afire in Cincy heat

  One of the greatest college tennis players ever, USC’s Steve Johnson had to learn about losing on the ATP tour. He’s also figuring out to win, and he electrified the American crowd… Continue reading

Rising stars shine in Cincinnati

  Borna Coric, Nick Kyrgios, Reilly Opelka and Sasha Zverev are among an exciting new generation of players with bright futures. They are talented, dynamic and fun to photograph at the Western and… Continue reading

Gasquet: Allez Les Blur

Nobody moves faster than Richard Gasquet, and he’s moving fast at the French Open after beating Kei Nishikori in a blur of whipping topspin backhands. (images copyright Christopher Johnson Globalite Media, all rights… Continue reading

Zverev, Thiem, Kyrgios — new faces of tennis

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Murray beats Djokovic at rainy Rome Masters

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Andy beats Rafa in Battle of Madrid part 2

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