ROLAND GARROS – A Canadian woman had never won a Grand Slam title of any kind.
NEW YORK – It has not been the greatest 48 hours in Canadian tennis history.
RIO DE JANEIRO – A pretty valiant effort against two very good doubles players ultimately was in vain.
RIO DE JANEIRO – Genie Bouchard an Gabriela Dabrowski had a winnable match in their first round of Olympic doubles.
RIO DE JANEIRO – It could have been Serena and Djokovic, so it could have been worse.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – They’re among the best in the world at what they do, and they’d love nothing more than to go to the Olympics. But Daniel Nestor and Gabriela Dabrowski’s fate hasn’t been in their own hands.
WIMBLEDON – It’s probably all that sitting around that’s getting people all cranky.
In their eighth tournament this season as a new partnership, Canadian Gabriela Dabrowski and Spanish partner Maria José Martínez Sánchez have won their first WTA Tour title.
INDIAN WELLS – It took nearly three hours, but Vasek Pospisil got through.
A couple of career bests out of Doha.
The two big stories in Canadian tennis this week involve Nestor and Bouchard.
Nestor goes for No. 1,000.