A memorable night at the Uniprix Stadium

  • Rodger Brulotte

    Friday, 11 August, 2017 22:35

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    Last Thursday evening, I walked backstage at the Uniprix Stadium during the Rogers Cup. The tennis fans that I’ve seen were eager to attend the confrontation between the Canadian Denis Shapovalov and Rafael Nadal. It was a memorable evening, as people have been dazzled by the performance of the young Canadian and amazed by his victory.

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    Tennis Canada can count on many volunteers, including the employees at the reception, Annie Downs, and Patricia Rancourt.

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    The dynamic publicist Narimane Doumandji, which can be seen in the company of Stéphanie Bélanger, took advantage of a relaxing evening.

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    The former player of the Canadian Louis Leblanc, who is in the company of Peter Sweeney, Fiera Capital, was passing before his return on the benches of Harvard University. It will also act as the assistant coach of the hockey training from Harvard.

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    Heidi Hollinger, the famous photographer, internationally recognized for his photographs of political leaders, including Fidel Castro and Vladimir Putin, was present.

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    During the ceremony, we caught sight of Denis Shapovalov and Rafael Nadal in the company of two young.

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    The attendants to the reception to the parking lot, Isaac Caron, Olivier Campeau and Juliane Vandal, are doing great work.

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    The clerk at the mini-tennis court, – miss Alban, has closely monitored the brothers Alexandre and Gabriel Bergeron, who was injured earlier during a feast of friends.

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    The reporter from TVA Sports, Jean-Philippe Bertrand, met Denis Shapovalov after his victory against Rafael Nadal.

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    Eric Simonneau, YONEX, to discover the racket used by Nick Kyrgios, the champion of the Australian Open 2013 junior singles and doubles, Pier-Luc and Julie Deschamps.

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    Marc-André Sancho and Alexandra He enjoyed a magnificent putin.

     

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