ROGERS CUP IN MONTREAL SETS WORLD RECORD FOR ATTENDANCE

A record 216,097 fans were on site throughout the tournament, which featured two of the top 3 players in the world in Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, and rising Canadian star Denis Shapovalov.

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Roger: Roger is primarily a common first name of Catalan, English and French usage, from the Germanic elements hrod and ger meaning "famous with the spear." The Latin form of the name is Rogerius, as used by a few medieval figures.
Rafael Nadal: 50,061,827
Roger Federer: 76,014,777
Denis: According to Christian tradition, Saint Denis is a Christian martyr and saint. In the third century, he was Bishop of Paris. He was martyred in connection with the Decian persecution of Christians, shortly after 250 AD. After his head was chopped off, Denis is said to have picked it up and walked t