February 9, 2022
Please note: Pierre Lamarche and Shannon Toth will be taking over as interim executive editors while Laurence Lamarche is on parental leave.
What’s New This Month…
ONcourt Hall of Fame: Tennis in Canada is at an all-time popularity level. The growth of the sport is due to many factors: players, coaches, private and public sector individuals, a great army of volunteers and the demand for safe healthy activity. The legacy and contribution of many individuals are part of our Canadian tennis history. The publishers of ONcourt would like to recognize the contribution of these builders of our sport who deserve our thanks. The legacy and contribution of these individuals are part of our Canadian tennis history. The publishers of ONcourt would like to recognize the contribution of these builders of our sport.
Our first inductee is Ari Novick. Ari recently retired after leading Tennis Canada’s coaching department for 30 years. For those in the know, Ari helped create one of the major foundation of our rich tennis tradition. Ari becomes the first inductee of the ONcourt Hall of Fame.
Anyone wishing to nominate such a person should send their nomination and supporting information to ONcourt’s editor email@example.com.
Australian Open: We feature reports on the initial 2022 Grand Slam event. See insights, profiles and interviews on our Canadian stars Denis and Felix and meet Canada’s next aspiring female players stars, Vicky Mboko and Kayla Cross, finalists in the Junior Doubles event.
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March Edition: Tennis in the West will be featured
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