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Ruud, Hurkacz & ATP Stars Take On Huberdeau-Led NHL Group In Montreal Hockey

The celebrities of the ATP Excursion are used to competing at the tennis courtroom, however now not in the way in which they did on Saturday on the Nationwide Financial institution Open Introduced by means of Rogers.

Casper Ruud, Hubert Hurkacz, Tommy Paul, Alex Molcan, Emil Ruusuvuori, Harri Heliovaara and Andreas Mies took on Nationwide Hockey League gamers, together with Calgary Flames celebrity Jonathan Huberdeau, in the yearly sport of ball hockey contested on the Canadian ATP Masters 1000 tournament.


It used to be no marvel that the pro hockey gamers — Huberdeau, Zachary L’Heureux, Marc-Edouard Vintage, Jonathan Drouin and Olympic gold medalist in girls’s hockey, Melodie Daoust — ruled the motion. However there used to be a laugh for all concerned, particularly the tennis gamers who’re hockey lovers, like Ruusuvuori.

“I really like each. I used to play fairly just a little [of hockey] with my pals when I used to be more youthful. I really like the game. I nonetheless observe and I’ve numerous pals enjoying, additionally within the NHL. I really like each sports activities and it used to be in reality a laugh lately to play with those guys,” Ruusuvuori stated. “It used to be in reality cool.”

Huberdeau, who used to be tied for 2d within the Nationwide Hockey League in issues remaining season with 115, is the “Hubi” of the NHL. The Flame even took a photograph with the ATP’s “Hubi”, Hurkacz.

Jonathan Huberdeau and Hubert Hurkacz
Picture Credit score: ATP Excursion
Now, the tennis gamers will go back to their day jobs with the tennis major draw set to start on Monday.

“I’m indisputably higher at tennis, nevertheless it’s great to play hockey as a result of I by no means do it,” Paul stated. “This used to be most likely the primary time I’ve completed it since I used to be 4 years previous. It wasn’t beautiful, nevertheless it used to be a laugh.”

from Tennis – ATP Global Excursion


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