I don't live in Montreal, but not far and I go there regularly. I have been to the Masters a few times. I prefer to go during the 1st week-end or the 1st three days: all the players are there, lots of matches and practice. However, I'm involved with Tennis Canada and for the last 2 years, I have worked as a volunteer at the Masters in Toronto. The men were there last year, this year the women will be in Toronto, the men in Montreal. They alternate every year. I did speak with Federer, Safin, Robredo, but not Tomas
I think Hernych was the other Czech player there
Car racing is still popular in Germany even without Schumacher?
I heard German drivers on Autobahns act as if they were on a race track!
Is that true?
Lenka, I know the names of about 8 hockey players you mentioned!
But you have not mentioned this one which was in the news this week.
Canadian NHL teams active in free agency
Last Updated: Tuesday, July 3, 2007 | 1:28 AM ET
Faced with the prospect of a sizable hole on defence with the imminent departure of Sheldon Souray, the Montreal Canadiens signed unrestricted free-agent defenceman Roman Hamrlik
to a four-year, $22 million US contract on Monday.
Hamrlik, 33, had 38 points (7 goals, 31 assists) and a solid plus-22 rating in 75 regular-season games with the Calgary Flames last season.
The three-time NHL all-star from the Czech Republic
has collected 505 career points (131 goals, 374 assists) in 999 games with Edmonton, Tampa Bay, New York Islanders and Calgary Flames.
"Roman Hamrlik established himself as a solid NHL veteran," Habs GM Bob Gainey said in a statement. "He is a strong defenceman with a powerful shot and excellent hockey skills. He brings to our club a solid experience and an excellent reputation