#Tennis: Fearless teenagers and hungry qualifiers light up #USOpen2021

NEW YORK, Sept 4 (Reuters) – With the old names missing, new faces have taken the spotlight at the U.S. Open as fearless teenagers and hungry qualifiers leave their mark on the year’s final Grand Slam. “It’s a crazy ride,”… Read More ›

#Canada claims gold in #Olympic women’s #Soccer after defeating #Sweden in final

After a golden goal from Julia Grosso, a clutch performance from Stephanie Labbé, and the culmination of a legendary career from Christine Sinclair, Canadian soccer can now call itself a champion on the world stage. Courtesy of a thrilling, tumultuous… Read More ›


Canadian Leylah Fernandez (Laval, QC) won the first WTA title of her young career on Sunday, beating Switzerland’s Viktorija Golubic 6-1, 6-4 in the final of the WTA 250 Abierto GNP Seguros. Fernandez had lost her only previous WTA final… Read More ›

#Tennis #Canada and #NationalBank stepping up for lower-ranked players

Tennis Canada’s planned Monday announcement about a financial aid program for the country’s lower-ranked players. The national federation is already dealing with a $25 million shortfall with the cancellation of the Coupe Rogers and the expected cancellation of the Rogers… Read More ›

#Tennis – #AusOpen2020: #Raonic upsets the sixth seeded #Tsitsipas at the #Australian Open

Milos Raonic is back and stronger than ever. After ending his 2019 far from the courts dealing with an injury, Raonic was facing his biggest challenge yet at the Australian Open. Having ousted Giustino and Garin in the earlier rounds,… Read More ›

14 #NextGenATP Players To Watch In 2020

Every year #NextGenATP players deliver surprises, upsets and breakouts. Who will do the honours in 2020? Here are 14 #NextGenATP players to watch next season. The following players were born in 1999 or later, making them eligible for the 21-and-under… Read More ›

How the #Toronto GTA became world #Basketball talent factory

On June 14, in a nail-biting 114-110 win, the NBA’s only Canadian team became the first non-U.S. contender to win the NBA championship. The city of Toronto erupted into a month-long celebration, and Canada was officially put on the map… Read More ›

A Reworked #DavisCup Requires Some Patience -At the top men’s #Tennis team event, the emotions were real.

MADRID — Nerves have been part of Davis Cup since tennis’s oldest team competition began 119 years ago. But the edginess has a different source than usual this week in Madrid, where Davis Cup’s final rounds have been radically transformed… Read More ›

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