Siamese event intriguing but unlikely
On the surface, it's a head-scratcher. Tennis Canada, which runs the Canadian Rogers Cup men's and women's events that alternate between Toronto and Montreal every year, is considering a radical new way of splitting the two events between the two cities in 2011: divide both draws in half, and put one half of each draw in Toronto and one half in Montreal.
This year, for example, Toronto might have ended up with Roger Federer and Andy Murray as headliners on the men's side and Serena Williams ...
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