Only one person gets to hold the fancy trophy that is a geometry lover's dream.
The Rogers Cup for the ATP will be in Montreal, and finally some answers will be unveiled. Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray look to warp ahead of other contenders, including their more aged, famous rivals.
Can Fabio Fognini continue his hot play on hard courts?
Will Jerzy Janowicz get a chance to knock off Rafael Nadal in the round of 16?
There will be perpetual question marks surrounding Nadal's knee, and fans are waiting for answers. Can he find his best conditioning and fearless play while not doing damage to his fragile knees?
Roger Federer will also receive attention simply by not playing, but he is similar to Nadal in that they are walking a fine line if they try to compete with only part of their arsenal. It's like trying to be a gladiator at Rome without a shield. Unless they have the perfect offensive attack, they will suffer some serious wounds.
This time, Nadal will choose to play and Federer to rest.