A global selection of birthdays today.
The Canadian junior Fed Cup and Davis Cup teams are in very good shape, after posting two more wins Tuesday in Madrid.
Two Germans a Romanian and an Aussie celebrate.
A good group of active and retired players celebrate birthdays today. And they all seem to have one or two degrees of separation from each other.
A welcome sight on the court at the Dallas Challenger.
Djoker will be status quo; Halep is making a change.
Feb. 7-8, 2015 vs. Petra Kvitova and the Czech Republic.
More than 3,000 on Saturday, and close to 3,500 on Sunday showed up at the Centre Claude-Robillard to cheer on Canada’s Fed Cup team.
They showed their colours, big time, even if they had a few spelling challenges.
A few wobbles in the second set, but Genie Bouchard got the job done for Canada in Fed Cup action Sunday.
Here’s what it looked like.
6-0, 6-3 over Vesna Dolonc Sunday, and Genie Bouchard put the Canadian team into a World Group I playoff tie in April.
Here’s how she did it.
Genie Bouchard’s 6-0, 6-3 victory over Vesna Dolonc in the first reverse singles Sunday clinched the tie for Canada over Serbia, giving the Canadians an opportunity to play for a spot in the prestigious World Group I come April.
A photo slideshow from Genie Bouchard’s expeditious dismantling of Fed Cup rookie Jovana Jaksic, Saturday in Montreal on Day 1 of Canada’s Fed Cup tie against Serbia.