Australian Wild Cards Popyrin and Bolt Overshadow Davis Cup Drama

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MELBOURNE– Like a dramatic soap opera, tennis in Australia can get very intense and passionate. It wasn’t too long ago that former Grand Slam champion Lleyton Hewitt was yelling “come on” at the top of his lungs after a big point in a match. The Australian fans come out in full force for their national […] READ MORE


Successful Opening Round for Canadians at Australian Open

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MELBOURNE– There was a day where Canada and tennis in the same sentence would never have existed. Now, it is safe to say that Canadian success at Grand Slams is a certain reality. Look no further than Day 2 of the Australian Open, where all four Canadians were scheduled to play their first round matches. […] READ MORE


Andy Murray Shows Heart of a Champion in Defeat to Bautista Agut

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MELBOURNE– It was a blast from the past on the first night of the Australian Open. In front of a raucous crowd in Melbourne Arena, three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray demonstrated why he is revered and loved by so many. His long rallies were on full display. The uncanny persistence that makes him so […] READ MORE


18-Year-Old Canadian Bianca Andreescu Has Arrived on WTA Tour

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What were you doing when you were 18 years old? Almost finishing your high school education? A likely possibility. Working at a job you may not like but pays well? Possibly. Canadian Bianca Andreescu is no ordinary 18-year-old. The Mississauga, Ontario native is a professional tennis player, looking to become a breakthrough player in the […] READ MORE


Aleksandra Wozniak Retires from Tennis

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Canadian tennis said goodbye to one of its phenom stars. Montreal native Aleksandra Wozniak retired from tennis after a career defined by great promise and persistent injury. “Today, I love tennis just as much, but due to my injuries, my body is no longer able to perform at 100 percent. It is time for me […] READ MORE



Milos Raonic Secures Davis Cup Tie for Canada

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But in front of a thunderous Canadian crowd at the Davis Cup, Raonic demonstrated glimpses of his former self. Raonic defeated Dutchman Scott Griekspoor in straight sets 7-6, 6-3, 6-4 to secure the tie for Canada. The win would be a highlight of Raonic's season, lifting his team to the World Group qualifying for next year.  READ MORE


Netherlands Spoils Daniel Nestor’s Final Professional Match

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But the Dutch team of Matwe Middlekoop and Jean-Julien Rojer proved to be too strong for the Canadian duo, winning in four sets 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 6-4. Every set was one break of serve but The Netherlands team brought big serves in the crucial moments. While the Dutch pair did not want to ruin the moment for Nestor, they knew they needed to secure a victory to keep the dream of clinching a Davis Cup tie alive.  READ MORE