#TheStar: The #Canadian women’s #Soccer team starts fresher for first international test of 2021

Bev Priestman made quite the splash with the selection of her first roster as head coach of the Canadian women’s soccer team on Monday, widening the player pool for next month’s SheBelieves Cup squad. Twenty-nine players will travel to Orlando next… Read More ›

#Shapovalov becomes 1st #Canadian man to reach #USOpen #Tennis quarter-finals

Denis Shapovalov of Richmond Hill, Ont., became the first Canadian man to reach the quarter-finals of the U.S. Open after defeating Belgium’s David Goffin on Sunday. Read more at:

Made in #Canada. #Pospisil drinks maple syrup during #Montpellier final

(Reuters) – Canada’s Vasek Pospisil found a patriotic way to refuel while competing in Sunday’s final at the Open Sud de France in Montpellier — he drank maple syrup straight from a bottle. Pospisil, who was playing in his first… 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 ›

#Tennis: #Canadians, #Americans poised for #AO2020 breakthrough

Todd Woodbridge, a 22-time Grand Slam doubles champion, believes a pair of Canadian stars – Denis Shapovalov and Felix Auger-Aliassime – could achieve similar feats, exciting new tennis stars are unearthed, later this month. Read more at:

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 ›

It’s been a decade of defining #Canadian athletes and fans in a new way

In sports beyond the Olympics, just look at tennis. First it was Milos Raonic, Genie Bouchard and Daniel Nestor. Now they’ve been joined by Denis Shapovalov, Felix Auger-Aliassime, Vasek Pospisil and wait for it — the most celebrated of them… 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 ›

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