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blog by Kathryn Przybyla  • 

Aside from the U.S. Open, there aren’t many options for Buffalonians to see live-action tennis with top players.

Luckily, Toronto has recently become a go-to spot for tennis programs and events on a slightly smaller scale than the Grand Slam tournaments. The Roger’s Cup, held every summer at York University has brought out the biggest names in the sport. A yearly tradition with my family, we make the short roadtrip to watch and meet some of our favorite players. For a recap on my most recent trip, take a look at my story on the Roger’s Cup from this past summer.

Next month, tennis fans will have another opportunity to see some live matches at the Sports Chek Face-Off.

Featuring Serena Williams, Andy Roddick, Milos Raonic and Agnieszka Radwanksa, fans will be treated to a night of great matches including mixed doubles, men’s singles and women’s singles. Raonic, currently ranked as Canada’s No. 1 player, will take on former No. 1 and recently retired American player, Roddick.

Williams and current world No. 4, Radwanksa will have a re-match of their 2012 Wimbledon finals, where Williams was named champion.

The Sport Chek: Face-Off featuring Andy Roddick, Serena Williams, Milos Raonic and Agnieszka Radwanksa will take place at 7 p.m. on November 16 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

Tickets for the Face-Off range from $40 to $140 and can be purchased through Ticketmaster.

This is a must-see event for tennis fans and anything could happen with this group. Such as funny things like this:

Or scary things like this:

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TAGGED: air canada centre, andy roddick, milos raonic, serena williams, sports chek: face-off, tennis, tournament, u.s. open

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