Stefan Edberg is in Toronto since last Friday and he has already had some hitting sessions with Roger Federer. The first one also featured the presence of Nick Kyrgios, the man who beat Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon.
Roger Federer is seeded number two in Toronto and will start his tournament from the second round against the winner of the match between Jerzy Janowicz and Peter Polansky. But the main event for us is on Monday night, when Stefan will be elected into the Rogers Cup Hall of Fame with a ceremony on Centre Court.
Below the early pictures of Stefan and Roger during practice.
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