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


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


Brayden Schnur: A Breakthrough in New York

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From Felix Auger Aliassime and Denis Shapavolov on the men’s side to Bianca Andreescu on the women’s side, there’s a lot to be said about the rising young talent in Canadian tennis. A name that’s been under the radar is Brayden Schnur. However, he’s certainly changed that thanks to a big breakthrough week at the […] 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


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. ‚ÄúToday, 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: A Canadian Tennis Trailblazer

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In the summer of 2017, during a celebration to honour the 10th anniversary of the National Training Centre, Tennis Canada president Michael Downey spoke in glowing terms about the significance of Milos Raonic’s accomplishments. That was because at the age of 16, Raonic moved from Thornhill, Ont. to Montreal, Que. to be one of the […] READ MORE


French Open is Shapovalov’s Time to Shine

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Denis Shapovalov is only entering the main draw of the French Open for the second time, but is already showing that he is ready to make his mark on the Grand Slam tournament. A Positive Year So Far The Canadian is currently sitting at his career best world ranking of No.29 and is showing why […] READ MORE


Milos Raonic and Denis Shapovalov to Team Up in Brisbane

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The first week of the ATP World Tour is always intriguing for many reasons. We get to see an early glimpse of who has improved over the brutal off season, and we also get to see who failed to maximise their training time. Another fascinating aspect of week one on the tour is that players […] READ MORE


ATP Year in Review: 21-25 Including Nick Kyrgios

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In this edition of ATP Year in Review we take a look at the players who finished in the 21-25 year end ranking slots including former top 10 stalwarts Milos Raonic and Kei Nishikori, and young gun Nick Kyrgios. What lies in store in 2018 for these stars? #25: Gilles Muller Embed from Getty Images […] READ MORE