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Rebecca Marino, fighting back

It has been 6 years since Rebecca Marino has stepped onto the courts of the National Bank Cup presented by IGA. The Vancouver native may not yet be back to her career best no. 38 ranking, but she is ready to leave it all out on the court. Her return to the game has been …


Françoise Abanda, confident at home

The support of a home crowd can do one of two things, it can create pressure or it can. lift a player to greatness. For Françoise Abanda, it is the latter. While she has had a number of good results in her young career, many of her highlights have come while playing at home. Whether …


Rebecca Marino, returning to form

It has been 6 years since Rebecca Marino has stepped onto the courts of the National Bank Cup presented by IGA. The Vancouver native may not yet be back to her career best no. 38 ranking, but she is ready to leave it all out on the court. Her return to the game has been …


Sabalenka, remember the name

While the tournament kicked off on Monday with the first wave of opening round matches, the top seeded player was saved for Tuesday. World number 20, Aryna Sabalenka, is one of the WTA’s rising stars. At only 20 years of age, she is already defeating a number of top ranked players and is often considered …


An all-Canadian battle in the opening round

Monday night in Quebec City will kick off with a bang, as the tournament’s third and fourth seeds, Monica Puig and Monica Niculescu, will be in action. Joining the programming schedule for Monday are a pair of Canadians playing in doubles, as Carson Branstine and Rebecca Marino are teaming up in the doubles draw. They …


Abanda, Marino and Fernandez in the main draw at the National Bank Cup presented by IGA

The official draw took place on Friday for the 26thedition of the National Bank Cup presented by IGA. There are three Canadians in the main draw, as Françoise Abanda (Montreal, QC), Rebecca Marino (Vancouver, BC) and Leylah Annie Fernandez (Laval, QC) have received wild cards. Returning to Quebec City for a seventh time is Abanda, …


Before Quebec City, Montreal!

The players who will be going head-to-head at the 2018 National Bank Cup have already begun their preparations on Canadian soil. Last week, eight aces—Aryna Sabalenka, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Lucie Safarova, Monica Niculescu, Monica Puig, Tatjana Maria, Christina McHale and Katie Boulter—competed in Rogers Cup presented by National Bank. From the qualifying rounds to the main draw …


Four players in the top 50 in the 2018 National Bank Cup presented by IGA

Québec, August 1, 2018 – Some of the WTA’s brightest stars will travel to Québec to play in the 2018 National Bank Cup presented by IGA. On Wednesday, Tennis Canada announced the names of the women who will be competing in the tournament. This year, four Top 50 players will battle on the courts at PEPS, …