Meet the “Ice Maiden”

ONcourt is pleased to provide contributing content from our partner TopCourt, who has also been recognized as the Official E-Learning Platform of the OTA, Tennis Alberta and the TPA.

TopCourt – Chris Evert 

In this month’s edition, TopCourt is pleased to introduce you to Chris Evert. Once known as the ‘Ice Maiden’ for her stoic demeanor and relentless competitiveness on court, Chris Evert is one of the game’s greatest champions. In her career, she’s won 18 Grand Slam singles titles, once going 13 consecutive years winning at least one Grand Slam. Now the International Tennis Hall of Famer is here to teach you the fundamentals every player needs to elevate their game. 

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