Back in the World Group for 2017, Canada had no gimmes among the eight possible first-round opponents.
After a tough one in Quebec City last week, Genie Bouchard is taking a break.
Tennis Canada has yet to announce the news, but we’ve learned that president and CEO Kelly Murumets is stepping down.
Last week was a good week, between Davis Cup and some other hardware.
The Canadian Davis Cup team didn’t need Milos Raonic to get past Chile this weekend in Halifax.
As expected, Canada leads Chile 2-0 after the first day of their Davis Cup World Group playoff tie in Halifax.
The panic and anguish Genie Bouchard displayed in front of thousands in Quebec City Thursday night was tough to see.
The lineup is set for Canada’s Davis Cup against Chile.
Bouchard said her level was about 50 per cent, but it was still just enough to get the job done.
A group called Fancy Bears, reportedly based in Russia, has gone on the warpath in the wake of the country’s Olympic sanctions and has begun releasing documents it obtained from hacking the World Anti-Doping Association website.
A lot going on, even though we’re right after the end of the US Open.
MONTREAL – It was a thrilling but exhausting week for Félix Auger-Aliassime. So you can understand if he couldn’t remember where all his stuff was.