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A 2012 Review – The Year Of The...

Third time was a charm for Filip Peliwo, who won Wimbledon Junior after two lost finals in Melbourne and Paris (Photo: Clive Rose/Getty Images)

  I can see everyone jumping about that title. This doesn’t mean that the Canadians owned the tennis year, but merely that the next two posts will summarise what my countrymen did throughout the season and yes, some of them did rock it, and quite a bit, in 2012.

Davis Cup Wrap-Up: Not Everything Is ...

Davis Cup Wrap-Up: Not Everything Is In The Matches

  Sometimes, it is not the matches in themselves that leave me the most lasting impression when I cover a tennis event; it is what surrounds them. Sometimes, for instance, meeting with a player can change, for better or for worse, the impression we have of him (and that we sometimes had for many years). […]

Canada… Owns Wimbledon Junior

Canada… Owns Wimbledon Junior

    Eugénie Bouchard became the first Canadian to win a Junior Grand Slam title yesterday. Today, Filip Peliwo had a chance to further the history thus made by the Montrealer, as he was playing his third consecutive Junior Grand Slam final, this time a rematch of his (tight) loss in Melbourne, against ITF no […]

Close Call

Close Call

    While a lot of the tennis world was still shaking its head over the great shock of Rafael Nadal’s early exit (and, of course, of the completely insane level of Lukas Rosol, particularly in the fifth set), it seemed that drama was again on the agenda on Wimbledon’s Centre Court today, as Roger […]

The Future Of The Game (Junior French...

The Future Of The Game (Junior French Open)

I admit it without shame: as much as I like the pro event in the Grand Slams, it’s the Junior part that ends up having me complaining about the lack of coverage. I think that, if you’ve been reading me for a while, you know that I almost more like discovering new talents than watching […]





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