Murray Advances Easily, Seed Killers From Wednesday Fall on Friday

(June 28, 2013) No. 2 seed and 2012 London Olympic champion Andy Murray continued his straight sets streak by defeating Tommy Robredo 6-2, 6-4, 7-5 to reach the fourth round under a closed roof at Wimbledon on Friday. Meanwhile, two days ago several … [Read more...]

Maria Sharapova, Caroline Wozniacki and Ana Ivanovic All Fall on Day 3 of Wimbledon

(June 26, 2013) Four former number ones – Maria Sharapova, Caroline Wozniacki, Ana Ivanovic and Jelena Jankovic all lost in the second round on Wednesday at Wimbledon. Sharapova was ousted by Portuguese qualifier Michelle Larcher de Brito ranked … [Read more...]

Donna Vekic and Madison Keys head the youngsters’ Charge in Birmingham and Beyond

  By Tumaini Carayol (June 13, 2013) BIRMINGHAM, UK - Women's Tennis Association - says who? It's the kids who are taking over the city of Birmingham. They're seemingly hiding behind every corner, popping out of every doorway, exploiting … [Read more...]

Sharapova Completes Rain-Delayed Victory over Bouchard

By Ros Satar   (May 31, 2013) PARIS - Fans who braved the constant downpour were unlucky not enough to see the completion of No. 2 seed Maria Sharapova’s match against Canadian teen Eugenie Bouchard at Roland Garros on Friday.   Bouchard … [Read more...]

Montreal Quotes of the Day – “Genie” in a bottle

By Charles David Mathieu-Poulin MONTREAL - The name Eugenie Bouchard has been on everyone’s lips in the past month. The 18-year-old from Montreal is on a successful streak, winning 20 of her last 21 matches, including her Wimbledon Junior title … [Read more...]

Bouchard, Dubois and Wozniack granted Montreal Wild Cards

  Tennis Canada announced the wild cards for the Rogers Cup presented by National Bank. Three Québecers, Eugenie Bouchard , Stéphanie Dubois and Aleksandra Wozniak  will be part of the main draw of this WTA Premier event. At 18 years old, … [Read more...]

‘The Face-Off’ Nets Raonic a Win over Sampras

By Brodie McPhee TORONTO, Canada - The master versus the prodigy. The past versus the future. A man whose best days are behind him in Pete Sampras, and a man whose best days are still to come in Milos Raonic. Yet both men are alike in more ways than … [Read more...]

Petkovic Stops Canadian Junior Bouchard at Rogers Cup

By Brodie McPhee TORONTO, Canada - Grey skies and thunderous rain delayed the start of play in Toronto Tuesday morning, but eventually blue skies prevailed and 17-year-old Canadian junior Eugénie Bouchard made her debut on the centre court of the … [Read more...]