ATP Cup Team Profile: Canada and Denis Shapovalov

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Canada’s biggest problem going into the 2021 ATP Cup isn’t a lack of quality players–it’s the opposite. The Canadian lineup is much stronger than the previous season. The likes of Denis Shapovalov and Felix Auger-Aliassime (unlucky to miss out this year) have progressed massively since the maiden tournament in 2020. Canada finished second in their […] READ MORE


ATP Cup Team Profile: Serbia and Novak Djokovic

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The inaugural ATP Cup last year reinvented the idea of team tennis, following on from the change in format in the now-infamous Davis Cup. Singles and doubles players alike battle it out to crown their country victorious in the blazing sun of Australia. The format has changed for this year, halving the number of teams […] READ MORE



Bouchard content to pick up Challenger challenge

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Instagram regular, with 1.9 million followers, Canada’s 24-year-old Eugenie Bouchard is seeking to defy critics. There are those who suggest that her jet-set lifestyle has cause a slump in her tennis career. She has gone back to the grassroots and has now won two matches at a 125K WTA Newport “Challenger” event. It isn’t all […] 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



Canada Has Golden Opportunity at Davis Cup

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"This is an important tie for us as we are hoping to maintain our place in the World Group for next year," Captain Frank Dancevic said in a statement. "We believe that we belong among the elite nations and that we can aspire to win the Davis Cup trophy in the near future. To get there, we need to continue to work as a team and to build on our foundation that is already quite strong." READ MORE