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Swiss great knocks out Raonic in quarter-finals.
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The Canadian tennis player makes tough choices on who'd have his back on the court.
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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.
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I realized that while I was willing to take feedback on my weaknesses, I was not willing to listen to feedback on my perceived strengths. Only upon reflection, I was able to shift my attitude and seek and accept feedback on areas I was expert at. I had to get rid of the arrogant self-talk of "I was the best at this."
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He scored a five-set win over Britain's James Ward on Saturday.
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LONDON - Eugenie Bouchard and Milos Raonic set records as they became the fourth and fifth Canadians respectively to reach the fourth round of Wimbledon after straight-set wins on Saturday.Both had to...
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When it comes to good-looking tennis players at Wimbledon 2013, we naturally turn to lovely ladies such as Serena and Venus Williams, Maria Sharapova, Eugenie Bouchard and Victoria Azarenka. Not only...
Wimbledon 2013 is officially under way! Day One of the tennis championship began on Monday, and already the competition is fierce with Maria Sharapova beating Kristina Mladenovic of France and Steve D...
WIMBLEDON, England - Filip Peliwo made it a clean sweep for Canada in the junior singles finals at Wimbledon.The 18-year-old from Vancouver beat Australia's Luke Saville 7-5, 6-4 on Sunday to win the...
THE CANADIAN PRESS -- WIMBLEDON, England - Canadian Milos Raonic was forced to withdraw from Wimbledon on Wednesday after falling awkwardly during his second-round match. The 20-year-old from Thornhil...