From marquee matches tofeisty feuds, to major meltdowns and the tennis Twitter, and all of fashion faux-pas and sexy, skillful shots in between, SI Tennis' Year-End Awards have the entire span of the 2014 tennis season covered. Check back ... SI.com, 19 hours ago
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Raonic also wins Most Improved award; Pospisil crowned Doubles Player of the Year Toronto, December 5, 2014 - Tennis Canada announced Friday the male recipients of the 2014 Tennis Canada Excellence Awards. Milos Raonic (Thornhill, Ont.) has been ...Noodls, 1 week ago TENNIS CANADA NAMES BOUCHARD 2014 BIRKS FEMALE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Noodls, 1 week ago
Australian Open organisers have changed their policy on extreme heat ahead of the 2015 tournament in Melbourne. The new heat policy at the first Grand Slam of the year will take into account the forecast once it exceeds 40 degrees Celsius, as well ...Sky Sports, 2 weeks ago Australia changes heat policy AOL UK, 2 weeks ago Australian Open Changes Heat Policy After Player Collapses BusinessWeek, 2 weeks ago
, EST. VANCOUVER - Martin Laurendeau and Canada's Davis Cup team have fond memories of the West Coast. Having spent years toiling at the international tennis tournament's regional level, Canada qualified for the World Group in 2012 and hosted ...1057 EZRrock, 2 weeks ago CANADA TO RETURN TO VANCOUVER FOR DAVIS CUP BY BNP PARIBAS ACTION IN MARCH Noodls, 2 weeks ago
MELBOURNE: Australian Open organisers have tweaked their Extreme Heat Policy for next year's tournament after being accused of forcing players to perform in inhumane conditions during a heatwave in January. Despite water bottles melting, ...New Straits Times, 2 weeks ago Open heat policy tweaked The Statesman, 2 weeks ago Extreme heat policy cools at Australian Open Radio New Zealand, 2 weeks ago Australian Open hardens extreme heat policy for 2015 ESPN.co.uk, 2 weeks ago
December 2, 2014 Thanks to a 3-2 defeat over Colombia in September's World Group play-offs, Canada secured its place in the upper echelon of Davis Cup by BNP Paribas for a fourth consecutive year, growing its status as a perennial World Group ...Noodls, 2 weeks ago
A meteorologist has poured cold water on fears that a heatwave will hit Melbourne during the Australian Open, forecasting an average of 26 degrees and just one day that will near 40. Tennis players fainted and hallucinated mid-match this year ...WA Today, 2 weeks ago No heatwave for Open, says weatherman Macleay Argus, 2 weeks ago No heatwave for Australian Open Melbourne Age, 2 weeks ago No heat wave for Australian Open, says weather man WA Today, 2 weeks ago
As minor changes to the Australian Open's contentious extreme heat policy are set to be implemented for the 2015 tournament, a major revamp of Tennis Australia's player development department under new director of performance Patrick Rafter is also ...Melbourne Age, 2 weeks ago Tennis Australia moves to ensure no more Open melting moments WA Today, 2 weeks ago
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