Canada Tennis

Motherhood Shouldn't Diminish Serena Williams' Success Story

Kirsten Parucha | Posted 04.24.2017 | Canada Parents
Kirsten Parucha

Well before she became the most adorned tennis player in the Open era, Serena had already solidified herself as one of the greatest athletes of our time, and with this next chapter in her life, she's proving motherhood coalesces with womanhood, and a professional career isn't an obstruction between them.

Men Must Step Up Their Game To Beat Sexism In Sport

Adam van Koeverden | Posted 08.13.2016 | Canada Living
Adam van Koeverden

This week, my friend and fellow Olympic champ boatsman, Adam Kreek, made a mistake that I hope can prove to be a learning experience. While chatting with Ron McLean on CBC television, he expressed his opinion that Eugenie Bouchard may not be committed to winning, evidenced by her selfies, interest in fashion and social media presence. To add fuel to the fire, when three fellow Olympians whom I admire very much -- Marnie McBean, Chandra Crawford and Annamay Pierse -- expressed concern over Twitter, he emphatically defended his commentary.

Tennis Match Etiquette: How To Be Courteous Courtside

Lisa Orr | Posted 07.27.2016 | Canada Living
Lisa Orr

As a huge tennis fan and a recreational player myself, there is nothing better than watching the matches in person. However, if this is your first time experiencing the magic of the game up close and personal, here are a few key rules of tennis spectator etiquette to know before you head out to the stands.

Customer Service Lessons Served Up From The World Of Tennis

Dave Borrelli | Posted 07.20.2016 | Canada Business
Dave Borrelli

Your customers want and expect your business to know them personally, to remember what interactions they have had with your company in the past, and anticipate their future needs. And if you can't accomplish all those things, it's game, set, match, I'm afraid.

Serena Williams Defeated At Rogers Cup

CP | Gregory Strong, The Canadian Press | Posted 08.16.2015 | Canada Living

The Swiss teenager took advantage of several uncharacteristic errors from the veteran American, who struggled with her serve most of the evening.

This Dog Either Loves Tennis Or Is Really Confused

The Huffington Post Canada | Jesse Ferreras | Posted 01.30.2015 | Canada Living

Meet George. He's a golden retriever who loves tennis. Either that, or he's mistaken the Australian Open for a game of catch he can't be part of. ...

Genie Moves Up At The Australian Open

CP | Bill Scott, The Canadian Press | Posted 03.26.2015 | Canada Living

MELBOURNE, Australia - Canadian Eugenie Bouchard had to work hard on Sunday after an easy opening set to become the first woman into the quarter-final...

Forget The Twirl, Pay Attention To My Tennis: Eugenie

CP | Jocelyn Gecker, The Associated Press | Posted 03.25.2015 | Canada Living

MELBOURNE, Australia - Eugenie Bouchard — the unwitting protagonist of an Australian Open saga that has been dubbed "Twirlgate" — would prefer if ...

Genie Bouchard Proves She Always Has Time For Fans

The Huffington Post Canada | Rebecca Zamon | Posted 01.22.2015 | Canada Living

There's a reason Eugenie Bouchard has a whole "army" behind her — it's because she always has time for her fans. After her successful second rou...

Eugenie Bouchard Is Not Canada's Tennis Sweetheart

Mike Reynolds | Posted 09.09.2014 | Canada Living
Mike Reynolds

Eugenie Bouchard is a young woman, so she's automatically deemed a "sweetheart." Instead, she talks and acts like someone I'd much rather call "Canada's Excellent Female Athlete I'd Like My Daughters to Watch," or even like someone I'd rather call "Eugenie Bouchard." I want my daughters to see these women as idols or role models, not as sweethearts.

Bouchard Advances, Raonic Out

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 08.03.2014 | Canada Living

PARIS - Eugenie Bouchard is preparing for her second straight Grand Slam semifinal. Fellow Canadian Milos Raonic is still looking to reach his first.B...

Sure, Eugenie's Great at Tennis, But Who Is She Dating?

Toula Drimonis | Posted 03.23.2014 | Canada Living
Toula Drimonis

Last night, tennis fans sat riveted in front of their TV screens, watching 19-year-old Canadian, Eugenie Bouchard, beat former world No. 1 Ana Ivanovic and triumphantly reach the semifinals of the Australian Open. And after that exhilarating and shocking victory, what did the on-court interviewer ask this dedicated and amazing athlete? Who's the man of your dreams, Eugenie? Who are you crushing on, girl? Because, being a woman, what else could she possibly be interested in? Entrenched sexism needs to be pointed out, ridiculed, and eradicated.

Wozniak Loses To Venus Williams

CP | Gregory Strong, The Canadian Press | Posted 09.30.2012 | Canada

WIMBLEDON, United Kingdom - Canada's Milos Raonic and France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga fully expected their match at the London Games to be a battle.It tur...

Rafael Nadal's Platonic Courage

Marko Sijan | Posted 11.20.2011 | Canada
Marko Sijan

Like an ocean tide, the court lifted Nadal higher toward who knows where. His defeat took on the grandeur of a victory that outstripped the baser limitation of our terminal obsession with "winning."

Milos Raonic's Wimbledon Quest Over

Milos Raonic. | Posted 08.22.2011 | Canada

THE CANADIAN PRESS -- WIMBLEDON, England - Canadian Milos Raonic was forced to withdraw from Wimbledon on Wednesday after falling awkwardly during his...

Toronto Native Wins Third French Open

Posted 08.04.2011 | Canada

THE CANADIAN PRESS -- PARIS -- Canada's Daniel Nestor has done it again at Roland Garros. The Toronto native and partner Max Mirnyi of Belarus down...