July 8, 2021

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Big day in the world of sports with so much to unpack. 

The Pat Down wonders if we’re witnessing the demise of Roger Federer’s spectacular career, after the 20-time Grand Slam winner bowed out in the quarter-finals at Wimbledon today.

Tennis insider John Horn follows and talks about how Denis Shapovalov’s game has taken a step forward, why Felix Auger Aliassime struggles when he goes deep in tournaments, and whether or not he feels that Federer is nearing the end. 

Craig Button follows and tells us that he will start believing in the Canadiens if they can pull off a win in game 5, why he isn’t concerned about Tyler Toffoli’s lack of scoring, where he feels top goalie prospect Jesper Wallstedt could end up in the draft, and why he feels that top-10 draft prospect forward Kent Johnson can play centre in the NHL. 

The Price is Right wonders why soccer struggles to find its footing in North America.

TSN CFL insider Farhan Lalji joins next and tells us why the CFL and the XFL couldn’t find the common ground together to merge the two leagues, why he thinks that going to four downs is not necessarily the key to growing the CFL, and tells us what’s happening with the BC Lions sale.

Blake looks to get a sizzler on Hot Take Wednesday. We wrap up the show with all the Errors & Omissions. 


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