Cibulkova def. Mchale in a marathon. Muguruza vs. Ironwoman Zakopalova (who wins!)
As Boris Becker got his feet wet with new charge Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open last month, there was one quick, initial lesson to be learned.
Tennis Canada announced Friday that Quebec City’s PEPS venue will host the Fed Cup World Group I playoff between Canada and the Slovak Republic.
Bouchard out. Top seed Dominika Cibulkova looks like a pretty good bet to take the Acapulco title.
Djokovic vs. the Fed? Sounds good.
The No. 3 Canadian Frank Dancevic, out of action with a pulled abdominal muscle first suffered during the Australian Open qualifying last month, will play the $15,000 Futures event in Hull, Quebec next week.
The adorable Romanian and Ana Ivanovic BFF has three faces on court when she plays matches:
Another night doubleheader of Djokovic and Federer turned into Federer and Berdych/Tsonga because of Youzhny’s withdrawal.
Bouchard the sole Canuck survivor after Wednesday. But she’s done after a loss to Garcia.
After a terrific 3-for-3 effort at the WTA event in Acapulco Tuesday night, the three Canadians couldn’t repeat Wednesday.
The BNP Paribas Open, which begins with women’s qualifying on Monday, has announced its wild-card recipients.
You’ll see this on a practice court every once in awhile, usually always from a player with a two-handed backhand.
Here’s Victoria Azarenka hitting some balls – and playing points – lefty.