Canadian athletes conquer the world

tennis stars

Coming back to emerging athletes, Leylah Fernández is perhaps the most relevant name at the moment. Like many Canadians, she is a first generation Canadian. Her father is Ecuadorian and her mother is Filipino. Her younger sister Bianca Jolie is also a tennis star. She won her first WTA singles tournament title at the Monterrey Open in 2021. She is ranked 66th in singles, a career high, which she reached on June 14, 2021. There are many similarities with her opponent national. Bianca Andreescu.

Andreescu was born in Mississauga, a suburb of Toronto. Her parents emigrated from Romania to Canada in 1994, when her father found a job in the country. Andreescu’s father worked as a mechanical engineer in an automobile company. He started training more seriously when he was 12 years old. He is the first Canadian tennis star to win a Grand Slam singles title and the first to win the Canadian Open in 50 years. She is also the first player to win a Grand Slam singles title as a teenager since Maria Sharapova in 2004. Her playing style combines power and versatility and is considered by tennis commentators and journalists to be “fun to watch”. . He enjoys great support from Canadian and Romanian fans. Although the years since her victory in 2019 have been marred by injuries, she is still considered one of the best tennis players in the world.

Ice Hockey and Football Milestones

Marie-Philip Poulin-Nadeau is a Canadian ice hockey forward, captain of the Canadian national team. She is a double Olympic champion and double world champion with the Canadian national team. Marie-Philip Poulin scored the winning goal in the gold medal games of the first two Olympic Games she played in, in 2010 (at the Vancouver Olympics, when Canada was the host country, of course) and in 2014, earning him the nickname ‘Captain Clutch’ from his peers and the media.

But perhaps the most impressive achievement for the Canadians this summer was the gold medal won by the Canada women’s soccer team At the Olympic games. The captain of this team was Christine Sinclair. Having come so close to the title at the 2012 London Olympics, Sinclair earned a penalty in the final against Sweden on August 6, which was set by Jesse Fleming in the second half of regular playing time. After a 1-1 draw after extra time, Canada won 3-2 on penalties to claim women’s soccer gold for the first time. In September 2013 Sinclair was inducted onto Canada’s Walk of Fame and in June 2017 she was named Officer of the Order of Canada.

As we have already said, if you want to travel to the country of these incredible athletes, you must apply for Canada eTA a few days before departure. If you need to leave at short notice, you can make an urgent request and receive the AVE In few hours. The other good news is that it is cheap, valid for five years and can be ordered directly online. Once organized, you will be able to attend all the hockey, soccer and tennis games that you can include in your vacation.

Alvin Nguyen

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