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.
There are certain players who just make those … faces when they’re on a court.
That weird tennis combination of agony and ecstasy.
No – not together!
But on neighbouring courts at the Australian Open – really, a little too much beauty for such a tiny piece of real estate.
Slowly but surely, we’re emptying out the photos from the Oz Open – just in time to fill up again at Indian Wells.
Bouchard and Fichman and Wozniak. Let’s do it all over again!
Federer and Djokovic, back to back in Dubai Wednesday night. Probably another night session sellout.
Vasek Pospisil is back in action, in both singles and doubles with Marinko Matosevic. Loads of Canadian content in Acapulco.
Yes, it’s probably happened at the Rogers Cup before. Maybe.
But Tuesday night in Acapulco, there were three Canadian women – all of whom earned their way in on merit – on court at the same time in the same WTA Tour event.
No, he’s not starting a wave on the Australian Open practice courts.
He’s doing something a lot neater.
Every once in awhile (and credit where credit is due 🙂 ) Tennis Canada comes up with a gem of an idea.
Here’s one right here.
The entry list for the ITF Futures event in Sherbrooke, Quebec has been released.
Joining young Canadian Filip Peliwo, will be Can-American Jesse Levine.