Just two years ago when Sharon Fichman was qualifying and reaching the second round at Indian Wells on her way to a career-best singles ranking of No. 77, everything was looking up.
Just about every tennis player in Canada in action this week, around the planet.
Various bits and bites surrounding the upcoming big event.
None of the top players, but a good squad nonetheless.
Comebacks of all types on the Canadian side this week.
It’s early, but they’re already begun.
Without Genie Bouchard, it might have been an impossible dream. With Bouchard in the fold, the Canadians have a shot.
Just like in Quebec City in February, the Canadian Fed Cup team left a spot open for Genie Bouchard for next week’s tie against Romania.
No Bouchard, no Wozniak. Canadian captain Sylvain Bruneau had some calls to make.
MELBOURNE, Australia – It wasn’t exactly the best Canadian day at a Grand Slam in recent memory.
Everyone is back in action this week – the first week of the 2015 season.
Peter Polansky has been missing in action since a couple of first-round losses in Challenger events in California after the U.S. Open.