10SBALLS SHARES A PHOTO GALLERY OF DENIS SHAPOVALOV WHO DEFEATED RAFA NADAL AT THE ROGERS CUP MONTREAL

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10SBALLS SHARES A PHOTO GALLERY OF DENIS SHAPOVALOV WHO DEFEATED RAFA NADAL AT THE ROGERS CUP MONTREAL

epa06136732 Denis Shapovalov of Canada in action against Rafael Nadal of Spain during the third round of the Rogers Cup ATP men's tennis tournament in Montreal, Canada, 10 August 2017. EPA/ANDRE PICHETTE  |

Denis Shapovalov of Canada in action against Rafael Nadal of Spain during the third round of the Rogers Cup ATP men’s tennis tournament in Montreal, Canada, 10 August 2017. EPA/ANDRE PICHETTE

 

 

 

Editors Note: 10sBalls staffers Watched Denis at Queens Club. We met him at WIMBLEDON. We really enjoyed our visit at The Aorangi lunchroom. Great kid!

He played a great match against RAFA in Montreal. He had the GREAT One “GRETSKY” watching right behind him. It was funny at one point Wayne dropped his phone onto the court. The ball kids had to dive and dig for it under the wall/ fence… Now that’s a way to get noticed. Poor guy. Great match!

 

Denis Shapovalov of Canada serves against Rafael Nadal of Spain during the third round of the Rogers Cup ATP men’s tennis tournament in Montreal, Canada, 10 August 2017. EPA/ANDRE PICHETTE

 

 

Denis Shapovalov of Canada in action against Rafael Nadal of Spain during the third round of the Rogers Cup ATP men’s tennis tournament in Montreal, Canada, 10 August 2017. EPA/ANDRE PICHETTE

 

 

Denis Shapovalov of Canada celebrates his winning set against Rafael Nadal of Spain during the third round of the Rogers Cup ATP men’s tennis tournament in Montreal, Canada, 10 August 2017. EPA/ANDRE PICHETTE

 

 

Denis Shapovalov of Canada celebrates his victory over Rafael Nadal of Spain during the third round of the Rogers Cup ATP men’s tennis tournament in Montreal, Canada, 10 August 2017. EPA/ANDRE PICHETTE

 

 

Denis Shapovalov (R) of Canada is congratulated by Rafael Nadal (L) of Spain during the third round of the Rogers Cup ATP men’s tennis tournament in Montreal, Canada, 10 August 2017. EPA/ANDRE PICHETTE

 

 

Denis Shapovalov of Canada celebrates his victory over Rafael Nadal of Spain during the third round of the Rogers Cup ATP men’s tennis tournament in Montreal, Canada, 10 August 2017. EPA/ANDRE PICHETTE

 

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