After the National Bank Open in Montreal and Toronto, it will be the turn of Larochelle Park in Repentigny to host a tennis competition where the 36th edition of the National Bank Open Junior Tennis Championships will take place from August 27 to September 2.
The best junior rackets in the world will head to Repentigny to compete in the country’s most important tennis tournament at this level.
Sunday (August 27) will include the opening ceremony as well as the Davis Cup tour of Canada.
During the event, attendees will be able to watch the Davis Cup won by Canada in November 2022.
The doubles and singles finals will be presented on Friday, September 1 and the following Saturday.
Canadian and world-class greats such as Felix Auger-Aliassime, Denis Shapovalov, Bianca Andreescu and Lilla-Ani Fernandez, as well as current world number one Iga Switek, have been strolling through the National Bank Open junior tennis tournament.
Recall that last year’s singles tournaments were won by the Belgian Alexander Bloks and the German Ella Seidel.
Blocacs also won the doubles title with his Romanian partner Mihai Alexandru Koeman.
The pair defeated Canadian duo Alexander Metrick and Sasha Rosen.
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