Sometimes, it is not the matches in themselves that leave me the most lasting impression when I cover a tennis event; it is what surrounds them. Sometimes, for instance, meeting with a player can change, for better or for worse, the impression we have of him (and that we sometimes had for many years). […]
It was the final day of the Davis Cup for all the countries and, in Montreal, it was a determining tie that was played under the sun of the Stade Uniprix, in temperatures closer to fall than to summer, but in a very festive ambiance, as the biggest crowd of the weekend gathered […]
It wasn’t always pretty, but it was efficient. After Vasek Pospisil gave the first point of the tie to Canada, it was the turn of World n° 15 Milos Raonic to face a player who is ranked n° 14, but in the NCAA: Nikala (Nik) Scholtz.