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« on: July 17, 2014, 02:30:24 AM »
TORONTO -- Montreals Eugenie Bouchard has been named Tennis Canadas female player of the year after an impressive debut professional season. The 19-year-old climbed over 100 spots on the WTA rankings to end the year at No. 32. She reached her first WTA final at Osaka in October, defeated four top-15 players throughout the course of the season, and was named WTA Newcomer of the Year. "Its great to be recognized with these awards for the first time," Bouchard said. "2013 was a great season for me with so many firsts and so many highlights that I will always remember. I learned a lot in my first full year on the Tour. Im working really hard in my off-season and cant wait for next year." Bouchard, who became the first Canadian to win a junior Grand Slam singles title at Wimbledon last year, started off her season having to play qualifying at WTA events. She made her first big push at the Premier tournament in Charleston in April, where as a qualifier she reached the quarter-finals while defeating rising star Laura Robson and world No. 9 Samantha Stosur. She then made the semifinals at Strasbourg before playing in her first career Grand Slam main draw at the French Open, where she fell to Maria Sharapova in the second round. At Wimbledon, she upset No. 12 Ana Ivanovic on Centre Court to reach the third round. She added another semifinal at Quebec City in September before eliminating No. 13 Sloane Stephens and No. 10 Jelena Jankovic at Tokyo on the way to a quarter-final finish. In her second-last tournament of the year, Bouchard made her first WTA final, where she lost to Stosur in three sets. Bouchard also went 6-1 while representing Canada in Fed Cup play. "Eugenies career is just starting but what she has already accomplished in one short year on the WTA tour is very impressive," said Michael S. Downey, president and CEO, Tennis Canada. "Her ceiling is so high, and Eugenie is so focused and determined to create even more success for herself and her country. She is well on her way to becoming a star not only in Canadian tennis but all over the world. Congratulations to Eugenie, and best of luck in what Im sure will be an exciting 2014." Ottawas Gabriela Dabrowski was named Canadas female doubles player of the year, reaching two finals on the WTA circuit this season. Jose Maria Basanta Soccer Jersey . -- Quarterback Terrelle Pryor did not take part in the open portion of the Oakland Raiders practice as he recovers from a sprained right knee. Pablo Zabaleta Jersey . LOUIS - St. LOUIS -- The St. Federico Fernandez Soccer Jersey .C. -- Angus Reid has always been willing to bend over backwards -- and forwards -- for the B. Ezequiel Garay World Cup Jersey . -- Gustav Nyquist scored twice and added an assist as the Grand Rapids Griffins beat the Hamilton Bulldogs 5-3 in American Hockey League play Saturday night.DRUMMONDVILLE, Que. -- Alexandre Grand-Maison broke a tie game with less than three minutes to go, and Louis-Philip Guindon made 39 saves to give the Drummondville Voltigeurs a 3-2 win over the Val-dOr Foreurs on Wednesday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League playoff action. The Voltigeurs, who tied their second-round series 2-2 with the win, opened the game with first-period goals from Ryan Culkin and Joey Ratelle. Val-dOr replied in the second period, as Shawn Ouellette-St-Amant and Phil Pietroniro scored within 24 seconds of each other. Pierre-Maxime Poudrier assisted on both goals. Foreurs goaltender Antoine Bibeau made 26 saves in the losing effort. --- MOOSEHEADS 4 OLYMPIQUES 2 GATINEAU, Que. -- Nikolaj Ehlers scored the eventual winner on a power play, and added an assist as Mooseheads extended their second-round playoff series lead over the Olympiques. Luca Ciampini and MacKenzie Weegar also scored for Halifax, who leads the best-of-seven set 3-1. Brent Andrews added an empty-net goal at 19:05 of the third period. Simon Tardif-Richard and Vaclav Karabacek replied for the Olympiques. Mooseheads goalie Zachary Fucale made 25 saves for the win. Gatineaus Robbert Steeves stopped 19 shots in the losing effort.dddddddddddd --- DRAKKAR 4 HUSKIES 2 ROUYN-NORANDA, Que. -- Baie-Comeau got goals from four different skaters and outshot the Huskies 39-19 to complete the sweep of their second-round playoff series. Charles Hudon, Denis Gorbunov and Valentin Zykov all had a goal and an assist apiece, and Alexandre Ranger also scored for the Drakkar, who won the series 4-0. Jean-Sebastien Dea and Mathieu Lemay replied for the Huskies. Baie-Comeaus Philippe Cadorette made 17 saves for the win. Rouyn-Norandas Alexandre Belanger stopped 35 shots in the loss. --- ARMADA 5 OCEANIC 1 BOISBRIAND, Que. -- Christopher Clapperton and Daniel Walcott each had a goal and two assists as Blainville-Boisbriand evened its second-round playoff series with Rimouski. Emil Aronsson, Marc-Olivier Roy and Samuel Tremblay also scored for the Armada, who tied the series 2-2. Etienne Marcoux stopped 30 shots. Jimmy Oligny had the lone goal for the Oceanic. Philippe Desrosiers started in net for Rimouski but left the game after giving up all five goals on 25 shots through 44:27. Olivier Tremblay stopped all nine shots he faced in relief. ' ' '


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