Amanda Anisimova Pulls Out of US Open Following her Father’s Death

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Amanda Anisimova will not participate in her country’s Grand Slam. The 17-year-old rising American star has withdrawn from the US Open after her Father, Konstantin Anisimov, was found dead on Monday. Anisimova’s father’s passing was not related to her pulling out of Toronto and Cincinnati earlier this month. She has been battling a back injury, […] READ MORE



Bianca Andreescu Rogers Cup Journey Born of Adversity

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TORONTO- As Bianca Andreescu realized she had won her Rogers Cup semifinal match, her emotions took control. She covered her face in tears, kissed the court and lay on her back for several seconds. What was the young teenager who had just made Canadian tennis history thinking? By making the Rogers Cup final on home […] READ MORE


Serena Williams Punishes Naomi Osaka in US Open Final Rematch

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TORONTO- Serena Williams brought her best for the Friday night Toronto crowd. On Thursday, the 23-time Grand Slam champion struggled to achieve any type of consistent rhythm. Against Osaka, it was the return of the powerful, dominant Serena Williams cruising to a 6-3 6-4 victory. Serving 12 aces and not facing a break point, Williams […] READ MORE



Andy Murray Returning to Singles Action at Western & Southern Open

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Andy Murray is returning to singles. After a lengthy rehab from hip surgery, the three-time Grand Slam champion will be making his singles comeback at the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati next week.  Seven months ago, Murray did an early pre-tournament press conference at the Australian Open. Breaking down in tears, he revealed that […] READ MORE


Bianca Andreescu Joins Canadian History at Rogers Cup

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TORONTO– Bianca Andreescu is many things. A rising Canadian tennis star? Yes. A gutsy player who loves to come from behind? Absolutely. But after her three-set victory over World No. 5 Kiki Bertens, the 19-year-old Mississauga, Ontario native is a history maker. She becomes the fifth Canadian since 1979 to make the quarterfinals at the […] READ MORE


Milos Raonic Rogers Cup Withdrawal Reveals Finite Nature of Tennis

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MONTREAL– Milos Raonic sunk into his chair on the changeover. He stared blankly. His face expressionless. It was a reality that the Canadian has become far too accustomed to. Pulling out of matches and tournaments due to lingering injuries. Raonic’s back has presented him with problems throughout his entire career. In the Citi Open, he […] READ MORE


Felix Auger-Aliassime Captures Mania of Hometown Rogers Cup

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MONTREAL– Felix Auger-Aliassime has arrived in Montreal. A roar for Felix permeates the grounds of Stade IGA in Montreal unlike no other. In his first-round match against fellow compatriot Vasek Pospisil, Auger-Aliassime showed tremendous poise under pressure. Conquering the nerves of playing in front of the home crowd, the Canadian teenager showcased his aggressive and […] READ MORE


Denis Shapovalov Breaks Five Match Losing Streak at Rogers Cup

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MONTREAL– Denis Shapovalov is relieved the clay and grass court seasons are behind him. After all, it was where the Canadian experienced the inevitable slump of any young tennis player. In his last five tournaments, including Roland Garros and Wimbledon, Shapovalov lost in the first round. On Monday night in Montreal for the Rogers Cup, […] READ MORE