With the biggest win of her young career, 18-year old Françoise Abanda upset world No. 33 Irina-Camelia Begu 4-6, 7-5, 6-4 in the opening match of Canada’s Fed Cup by BNP Paribas World Group play-off tie against Romania at Maurice Richard Arena in Montreal on Saturday. The victory put Canada ahead 1-0 in the tie. World No. […] Read More
Eugenie Bouchard’s first match in Canada’s Fed Cup tie vs. Romania is getting closer. The 21-year-old world No. 7 did some final prep for her match vs. Alexandra Dulgheru this morning, hitting the practice courts with teammate Sharon Fichman to work on groundstrokes, returns, volleys and serves. With coach Sam Sumyk looking on, and as crowds […] Read More
The Canada – Romania Fed Cup World Group I playoff this weekend in Montreal was shaping up to be eerily similar to Canada’s first round meeting against the Czech Republic in Quebec City in February. On that occasion without Canadian No. 1 Genie Bouchard, the Czechs, even with Petra Kvitova and Lucie Safarova not playing, […] Read More
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What Is Kids Tennis?
Kids Tennis introduces the sport of tennis in a fun and interactive way and ensures immediate success for young players aged 5-10. Using modified tennis balls, racquets, nets and courts, young players are properly equipped to enjoy rallies and learn the fundamentals of the game early on. Skills are developed much quicker, allowing for an easy transition to full court. Read More
Kids Equipment Chart
Kids Tennis offers a variety of benefits primarily associated with the modified equipment used (i.e., smaller racquet, court size, decompressed balls). The proportional equipment supports the size of younger athletes and helps in the overall development of the game’s key fundamentals. Read More
Rogers Rookie Tour
The Rogers Rookie Tour is a national program designed to bridge the gap between entry-level tennis and the provincial competitive junior circuit. Prior to 2009, Rookie Tour events were met with a great deal of success in many provinces, including Ontario, British Columbia, the Prairie and Atlantic regions. Read More