Game On: How Canada became a tennis superpower

From major players like Felix Auger-Aliassime to rising stars, million-dollar training facilities, and the people behind a success story 15 years in the making.

The Canadian at the centre of Wimbledon

Olds College grad Grant Cantin’s handiwork is seen by a billion people who tune in to the world’s pre-eminent tennis match

Video: In conversation with Milos Raonic

Milos Raonic on his favourite tournaments, what foods are off-limits, and what a typical off-season day looks like

Milos Raonic: ‘I want to be the best in the world’

In conversation with the Canadian tennis star now ranked sixth in the world

Andy Murray wins and Britain breathes a sigh of relief

The streets of London were awfully quiet for a sunny Sunday afternoon

Perfect timing

Rolex and Federer: Perfect timing

Minutes after the tennis star’s Wimbledon win, ads were out


What it takes to be a “ball kid” at Wimbledon

Summer camp is nothing compared to this: hundreds of kids training for months on end just for the opportunity to fetch balls for Rafael Nadal.

She's got serve

Rebecca Marino’s got serve

How the Vancouver tennis star went from near obscurity to the red carpet at Wimbledon


Newsmakers: June 30 – July 7, 2011

Prince Harry has a new gal, Thailand elects a woman, and at least one Canadian mayor will march at Pride

Grandest slam

Milos Raonic’s grandest slam

Can he ride his scorching serve to the next level?



Burton Cummings finishes high school, Lady Gaga tries to liven her show with a few corpses, and a big week for—poets?


Isner wins world’s longest tennis match

Three day contest ends 70-68