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Leylah Fernandez Clinches Canada’s First Billie Jean King Cup!


November 13, 2023

Leylah Fernandez sent the Canadian team into raptures as she put the Billie Jean Cup’s destination beyond doubt. But her young teammate Marina Stakusic did at least as much to secure this maiden title, with superb work all week. Canada’s previous best was a semi-final place thirty-five years ago. After beating Poland, Spain and Czech […]



September 6, 2023

Although the young Canadian stars didn’t quite get to fulfil their dreams in 2023, there are signs that 2024 could be very different. Rest and recuperation could work wonders for Canada as we enter a new Grand Slam year. DENIS AND FELIX Even though he was injured, Denis Shapovalov still made the fourth round of […]

Jessica Pegula and Jannik Sinner Win Canadian Open Titles


August 14, 2023

Jessica Pegula has become the first American woman to win the Canadian Open since the great Serena Williams back in 2013. And Jannik Sinner underlined why he is classy enough to become the main rival to the phenomenal Carlos Alcaraz going forward. The willowy Italian defeated Australian hot-shot Alex de Minaur 6-4, 6-1 to take […]

How Many Players Compete at Wimbledon?


October 1, 2019

Wimbledon is widely regarded as the world’s most prestigious tennis tournament, and for good reason. With royal attendance and many of the world’s top players on the roster, few tennis tournaments can match The Championships. One question that tennis fans often have about Wimbledon regards the number of players involved. From men’s singles to mixed […]

The Canadians are coming!


July 7, 2019

Whisper it softly, but Canada could soon have her first Wimbledon singles champion. Tantalisingly close on two recent occasions, it seems the long wait for glory could almost be over. DENIS AND FELIX One of the great sensations of Wimbledon 2021 was Denis Shapovalov. His electric run took him all the way to the semi-finals […]

Wimbledon and the Armed Forces: A History


November 1, 2018

As one of the UK’s most iconic sporting events and one of the four prestigious Grand Slam tennis tournaments, Wimbledon has been an important part of British culture since it first took place at the All England Club in 1877. Wimbledon is known for its famous all-white dress code, its close association with the Royal […]

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