An Eventful US Open: The Future of Canadian Tennis is Here

The Canadian Open may have finished several weeks ago, but the young Canadians are still taking over this Open. In what has been one of the most scintillating US Opens in recent history, the Canadian representation at this Grand Slam has not disappointed. If you ever had any doubts about the future of Canadian tennis,Continue reading “An Eventful US Open: The Future of Canadian Tennis is Here”

Tennis in Tokyo: Women’s Quarterfinals Preview, Men’s Third Round

Tennis in Tokyo has been moving along with some upsets and quick matches. The women are set to begin their quarterfinals tonight, meanwhile, the men are just beginning the third round. Catch up with all the action and what to expect right here. Women’s Singles Quarterfinal Matchup #1: Pavlyuchenkova vs Bencic The first quarterfinal matchContinue reading “Tennis in Tokyo: Women’s Quarterfinals Preview, Men’s Third Round”

Tennis in Tokyo: Young WTA Stars Shine, Top ATP Players Dominate

Tennis in Tokyo may have turned some of us into nocturnal human beings, but if you’re just catching up in the morning, we’ve got you covered on the women’s and men’s side. Young Canadian Leylah Fernandez was the first Canadian to go through while Felix Auger- Aliassime bowed out, and we had some familiar facesContinue reading “Tennis in Tokyo: Young WTA Stars Shine, Top ATP Players Dominate”

Wimbledon Week One: Injuries, Rain, Matchups

The most prestigious Grand Slam of the year has finally returned, after taking a hiatus last year due to the pandemic. New year, new courts, a fresh start. Storylines like Serena Williams’ quest for number 24, Roger Federer trying to reach the final yet again after a turbulent year, or Novak Djokovic’s streak of dominanceContinue reading “Wimbledon Week One: Injuries, Rain, Matchups”

Australian Open Week One: Recap

The first major of the year has arrived, and the first week has held some exciting tennis. Five-set thrillers, upsets, and familiar as well as new faces. In case you missed some of the action from down under, no matter which time zone you’re in, here is a recap of week one. Canadian Coverage TheContinue reading “Australian Open Week One: Recap”

Most Improved Players of the Year 2020: WTA & ATP Edition

All we talk about in 2020 is the pandemic, and how it has affected our lives. Put that aside, and you’ll see that within the darkness, a light appeared. The next generation. Whether it was leading the charge for justice, or voting a new party in office, everyone that called them the future didn’t realizeContinue reading “Most Improved Players of the Year 2020: WTA & ATP Edition”

Rafael Nadal Proves He Is The King Of Clay

At 34 years old Rafael Nadal has done the unthinkable, winning the French Open (Roland Garros) for the 13th time. No one has ever achieved this before and it will be a long time until someone else reaches this level, if ever. Nadal, now world number 2, beat Novak Djokovic, world number 1, 6-0, 6-2,Continue reading “Rafael Nadal Proves He Is The King Of Clay”

French Open 2020: A preview of the Tournament that Shook Things Up

Originally set to take place in May, the French Open will have a much cooler feel to it this year. Drawing some controversy and shade from the other tournaments, Roland Garros rescheduled their play to late September, meaning that just weeks after the US Open, players are getting ready to play another Grand Slam, onContinue reading “French Open 2020: A preview of the Tournament that Shook Things Up”

To Play or Not to Play? That is the Question…

Many professional sport leagues have been resuming their seasons recently, with the NBA starting last night, and the NHL, MLB, and WNBA starting last week. These leagues have different plans in place, whether it be a bubble, hub cities, and daily Covid-19 testing. However, the world of professional tennis seems a bit hard to keepContinue reading “To Play or Not to Play? That is the Question…”