With his last three wins coming on three different surfaces, Roger Federer's recent play has been absolutely amazing to watch.
Lindsay Davenport's absence leaves Montreal open for other contenders, including Wimbledon champ Maria Sharapova.
Because of the great fields, Tennis Masters events resemble majors in terms of intensity and talent level.
It should be a final between Roger Federer and Andy Roddick.
It's a matchup of former champions as Roger Federer takes on Lleyton Hewitt in the quarterfinals.
Roger Federer stands out on grass, but Andy Roddick's huge serve gives him a big advantage, too.
Guillermo Coria and Gaston Gaudio play similar styles, but in the end Coria should leave with the title.
This is probably only the first of many major semifinals where we'll see the Argentines appearing.
This might be Gustavo Kuerten's last opportunity to win a Grand Slam tournament.
This tournament just might see the successful revival of two former No. 1 players: Gustavo Kuerten and Lleyton Hewitt.
With Roger Federer's loss, there's no one in the draw who should be able to defeat Guillermo Coria.
For the Americans to succeed on red clay, they need to put some work into it.
Roger Federer is not the same player who lost in the first round two consecutive years at the French Open.
It's questionable if the slowness of this hard court is working in the favor of the Americans or Swedes.
Guillermo Coria keeps improving on hard court and should challenge Andy Roddick in Sunday's final.
If Rafael Nadal avoids a letdown after defeating Roger Federer, he should reach the quarterfinals.