Pete Sampras won just about everything in his illustrious 14-year professional tennis career.
He was victorious seven times at Wimbledon, took home five U.S. Open championships and also captured two Australian Open titles - not to mention the various tournaments that lead up to these Grand Slams
Aside from the obvious void, a French Open title, another tour stop where Sampras never came out on top is the Canadian Open.
However, his lone finals appearance in Montreal 18 years ago was notable in that he faced his biggest adversary - Andre Agassi.
At the time, Agassi was his fiercest competition for the No. 1 ranking in the world. In those years, it was the most hotly contested rivalry in the sport, and it stands as one of the greatest of all time.
Friday, prior to hitting centre court at Rexall Centre where he took on fellow American James Blake as part of the Rogers Legends Cup exhibition, "The King of Swing", who will soon turn 42, hearkened back to 1995, a year in which he andRead More »from Sampras recalls 1995 Canadian Open final versus Agassi