Also, was disappointed to the see the crowd, looked kind of sparse, maybe weather played a factor.
I really wanted to make it out there this week, last night would have been a good night after the storms, with Felix+Nestor playing at same time.
btw, I cant believe Daniel Nestor is still playing competitive tennis. I'm sure easier to sustain playing doubles, but still.
I used to see him all the time at York U gym/track back in late 80's/early 90's when he first started to gain some attention, and we are about same age. WTF, well done!
last night was a sell out. A lot of people have to leave early when the late match runs long.
I played against Alex Nestor who is Daniel's older Brother in University tennis. He was OUAA Men's singles champion playing for York U. at least once.
Daniel Negreanu grew up I think on the same street as the Nestors. When we were at Atlantis in the Bahamas for Protege 2 Nestor was down there as well (technically he's a resident of The Bahamas for tax reasons) and they gave each other the nod as they crossed paths.
As for Nestor's longevity the last thing that goes is the hands and touch which are most important in doubles. The reason he was never a top singles player is that he is quite slow for a top tennis player but foot speed is far less important in doubles.