BY PIERRE LAMARCHE Celebrating the Women of Canadian Tennis When my daughter, Laurence, the editor of ONcourt, asked me to celebrate the history of Canadian
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BY SCOTT LANGDON VIA THE O.T.A Cyprien Mboko didn’t play tennis, himself, but admired the sport and thought it would contribute to the physical fitness
BY MIKE MEANEY For an Island in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, Newfoundland Labrador has delivered many strong tennis players to the NCAA system
BY MIKE MEANEY The landscape is rugged, the people live off the land, the weather is not ideal, and access to competition is something that
BY BASELINE MEDIA Modern tennis is 150 years old. In that time, it has had heroes, trailblazers, serial winners, entertainers, inspirations, activists, young sensations, veteran
BY YASEEN HIJAZI VIA WOMEN’S TENNIS BLOG Billie Jean King has long been an advocate for gender equality, but just how significant was she in
With the first Grand Slam of the year winding down, I wanted to do a little introduction to the main draw players, who competed on the collegiate level before turning pro. This will be a short series of four parts: men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s doubles, and women’s doubles.
BY CRAIG O’SHANNESSY Cameron Norrie’s blocking backhand versus Nikoloz Basilashvili’s free-wheeling forehand. This was the micro-battle that decided the fate of the BNP Paribas Open final. Norrie defeated
BY MICHAL KOKTA Let’s take a little journey back in time together. Before the US Open final. Before the #28 WTA ranking. Even before the
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