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- Montréal n'est plus TENNIS...pourquoi?

- Nos équipes professionnelles nous ont DÉGOÛTÉ du sport?

- Les gens ont moins de CASH?

- Le tennis féminin moins intéressant pour plusieurs?

- Triste...

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@real Olivier The alouettes don’t sell out their home. They actually took out some seating because they weren’t drawing as before. Since they added 4000-5000 extra seats their attendance has gone down. They need to attract the younger fan because they’re struggling to fill their stadium.

Ken

You guys have no idea what you are talking about. First off, people can come late to the stadium so this picture does not show anything remotely empty. Check it out now and most of the seats are occupied. One note: women’s tennis has a hard time attracting fans because the quality of tennis is not the same as the period of 2010-2015. Since then, the star power hasn’t been that strong. You can’t really attract when you have Halep and Barty fighting each other. None of you guys know anyone outside of the top ten. When I attend those matches, l listen to people around me, most of them have never seen a tennis match in their life or they are business people who received free tickets. With all due respect, it’s only like a ten minute walk from De Castelnau station and so I don’t even think that location is an issue. It’s just that people who can afford those tickets are from corporate companies. Tell me: who would be willing to pay between 150-200$ and seated on level 300? I watch it because I love tennis. But when the star power is not great, it’s hard to sell people when they don’t even know who they are watching. Also, this is the exact situation with the Habs, very little star power plus very little success equates to lower attendance. Overall, when the men comes around next year, people will fill those seats faster. If you think that’s bad, watch the women’s roger cup next year in Toronto. That stadium has nearly half the stadium filled for the finals which is pathetic.

Alouettes attendance in 2010 was 25,033 and in 2017 it was 19,522 and so far in 2018 it’s 18,108 a game. It shows CFL football is not as popular now.

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