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Archive | April, 2011

Soufiane Azargui: First Loss of the Season and Beating the Big H

28. April 2011

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Soufiane Azargui: First Loss of the Season and Beating the Big H

Written by: Soufiane Azargui __________ ***19 year old Soufiane Arzagui came to Toronto from Morocco at the age of 10 and a half. Over the next 7 years, Soufiane developed as an excellent tennis player winning singles and doubles titles at the national and ITF level as well as maintaining a high academic level at [...]

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Brayden Schnur: One with the Right Tools

27. April 2011

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Brayden Schnur: One with the Right Tools

__________ ***Brayden Schnur has been training in Florida for the past 15 months at great sacrifices by his parents for him to continue his dream of becoming a professional player. His recent success and potential make him one of the most promising Canadian players in the junior scene. His past results include: U12 Provincial Winner, U12 Quarter [...]

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Christopher Simnett: Joksimovic Takes Two Titles

27. April 2011

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Christopher Simnett: Joksimovic Takes Two Titles

Written by: Christopher Simnett __________ ***Chris grew up playing tennis in B.C. and was ranked as high as No. 2 provincially in the U12 and U16 divisions. He played in two junior national championships in the 80s. Now 39 years old, he is the “community champion” for the Tennis Canada Building Tennis Communities strategy in [...]

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Soufiane Azargui: Yet Another… Then Finally – Cornell & Columbia

25. April 2011

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Soufiane Azargui: Yet Another… Then Finally – Cornell & Columbia

Written by: Soufiane Azargui __________ ***19 year old Soufiane Arzagui came to Toronto from Morocco at the age of 10 and a half. Over the next 7 years, Soufiane developed as an excellent tennis player winning singles and doubles titles at the national and ITF level as well as maintaining a high academic level at [...]

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Viktoriya Kisialeva: Tennis Adventure Continues in Venezuela

25. April 2011

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Viktoriya Kisialeva: Tennis Adventure Continues in Venezuela

Written by: Viktoriya Kisialeva __________ ***Viktoriya Kisialeva is a seventeen year old tennis player with big aspirations of becoming a successful WTA player. Born in Belarus, she began her tennis career there before her family moved to Toronto when Vika was 12 years old. After a short training period in Toronto, she made the decision [...]

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Christopher Simnett: Riex Wins South Island Indoor Challenge

25. April 2011

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Christopher Simnett: Riex Wins South Island Indoor Challenge

Written by: Christopher Simnett __________ ***Chris grew up playing tennis in B.C. and was ranked as high as No. 2 provincially in the U12 and U16 divisions. He played in two junior national championships in the 80s. Now 39 years old, he is the “community champion” for the Tennis Canada Building Tennis Communities strategy in [...]

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