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Aces wrap: Rain delays at Roland Garros, Moya on balancing coaching and family life

May 31, 2016
written by: Tennis Canada
written by: Tennis Canada
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While bad weather may have paused play at the French Open, Aces with Roger Lajoie and Tom Tebbutt continues in full force on Sportsnet 590 The FAN, rain or shine.

Catch up on the latest episode by listening here and by reading our recap below.


Carlos Moyá, former world No. 1 and current coach of world No. 9 Milos Raonic
The 1998 Roland Garros champion talks about how he got his start in tennis and the road to world No. 1, his memories of playing against a young Rafael Nadal, what it’s like to work with Canada’s top-ranked singles player Milos Raonic, as well as the most rewarding and most difficult parts of being part of the Canadian’s team.

Hot topics

  • Tom gives an update on the washout at Roland Garros and the tournament’s contingency plan should the weather not improve.
  • The current state of the ATP’s Top 10 with injury-ridden Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal
  • Milos Raonic following the trend of hiring “celebrity” coaches

“Calling the Ref” with Tony Cho

This season’s new regular segment, “Calling the Ref,” features the referee and supervisor for the upcoming 2016 Rogers Cup in Toronto, Tony Cho. He provides his insight on the possibility of implementing the use of Hawk-Eye technology on clay courts, and what chair umpires look for when deciphering ball marks.

Tom’s mailbag

This week Tom answers questions about how John McEnroe will fare in a coaching role, if Raonic has “too many cooks in the kitchen,” whether or not Novak Djokovic will ever truly dominate at the French Open, Eugenie Bouchard’s year to date, and more.

Looking to have your questions answered on Aces? Send them to Tom and Roger via Roger@Sportsnet590.ca and on Twitter @TheRog590 and @tomtebbutt.

Catch the next episode of Aces on Monday June 6 at 11 p.m. ET! You can listen on your AM 590 dial or online at www.sportsnet.ca/590.