Rafael Nadal Looking to Make History at Rogers Cup

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MONTREAL– Rafael Nadal did not just practice once the Sunday before the Rogers Cup. In the early evening, the 18-time Grand Slam champion could be seen doing another intense, 90-minute hitting session. Showcasing his powerful groundstrokes and doing intricate drills with coaches, the Montreal fans were treated to vintage Rafa. Nadal has always possessed an […] READ MORE


Naomi Osaka Ready to Get Back on Track at Rogers Cup

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TORONTO– Naomi Osaka is ready to turn the corner. After falling short of expectations at both Roland Garros and Wimbledon, the World No. 2 is eager to get back on track on the hard courts. A surface that has granted her two Grand Slam titles. But in a recent Twitter post, Osaka revealed what the […] READ MORE


Federer, Nadal, Defy Age and Adversity to Square Off in Paris

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On Friday, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer will meet for the 39th time–this time in the French Open semifinals. This reality seemed impractical, unrealistic. In a sport like tennis, where being young enables stamina and endurance, Federer and Nadal are still going strong at 37 and 33, respectively. As they will square off on the […] READ MORE


Why Amanda Anisimova Can Win the French Open

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Amanda Anisimova has nothing to lose. The 17-year-old is into her second consecutive fourth round at a Grand Slam. She has yet to drop a set at Roland Garros, which includes a dominating win over World No. 11 Aryna Sabalenka. Similarly to the Australian Open, the young American will have a chance to punch her […] READ MORE


Bianca Andreescu Survives Three Set Battle at Roland Garros

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It is clear that Bianca Andreescu feels comfortable when the match goes the distance. Coming into her first Grand Slam match since battling a shoulder injury, the Canadian lost the first set 7-5 to 20-year-old Marie Bouzkova. It was clear that Andreescu was showing some apparent rustiness after not being on the court for a […] READ MORE


Bianca Andreescu Becomes Canadian Sensation with Indian Wells Win

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It is hard to imagine Canadian tennis fans not knowing the name “Bianca Andreescu,” after this week. At 18 years old, she entered the coveted BNP Paribas Open as a wildcard. Now, she walks away from Indian Wells a newly crowned champion. With Andreescu’s 6-4 4-6 6-4 victory over three-time Grand Slam champion Angelique Kerber, […] READ MORE


In Search for New ATP President, Anne Worcester is Perfect Fit

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Whilst the best players in the world are currently competing in Indian Wells, the ATP is at a cross-roads due to the impending departure of ATP President Chris Kermode at the end of this season. It is clear that many players are frustrated with current their current treatment by the sport’s governing bodies. Vasek Pospisil, […] READ MORE


Conquering Adversity Worth It for Canadian Brayden Schnur

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Two weeks after his heartbreaking loss in the New York Open final, Brayden Schnur spoke to LWOT’s Lukas Weese. Brayden Schnur is walking to the podium at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. The crowd is giving a supportive, thunderous applause. Schnur has just lost a grueling, hard-fought three-set final in the New York Open to […] READ MORE



Naomi Osaka Consolidates Persona of a Champion

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MELBOURNE– It was one year ago where Naomi Osaka competed in the Australian Open for the third time in her career. Only those who followed tennis knew that she was a young, up and coming star, who was yet to make her breakthrough. She was ranked 72nd in the world. It seemed so far from […] READ MORE