Flashback – Canadian Fed Cup squad, 2004

A zillion years ago, at a public park in suburban Lachine, Quebec, the Canadian Fed Cup team tried to get into the World Group.

It was the summer of 2004. They played Switzerland – but without Martina Hingis. Instead, the top player was Myriam Casanova, and a young thing called Timea Bacsinszky had JUST turned 15.

Canada lost, although 16-year-old Aleksandra Wozniak did win over Bascinszky (who really hasn’t changed a bit!).

Here are some pics.

MARIE-EVE PELLETIER   TIMEA BACSINSZKY   MARTINA LAUTENSCHLAGER

(22-year-old Marie-Ève Pelletier with Mélanie Marois)

STEPHANIE DUBOIS

(17-year-old Stéphanie Dubois – doing TV commentary this weekend)

MARIE-EVE PELLETIER

(Pelletier with the captain, the late Rene Simpson – she’s doing TV commentary this weekend)

ALEKSANDRA WOZNIAK

(Aleksandra Wozniak, age 16 – she’s playing this weekend against Belarus)

TIMEA BACSINSZKY

(Bacsinszky, who turned 15 a few weeks before the tie – she’s playing this weekend against Germany)

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2 thoughts on “Flashback – Canadian Fed Cup squad, 2004

  1. Time never stops and it looks like nothing or no one
    will stop Bencic this year…

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