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The National Tennis Center of Canada presented by Rogers presents its 2023-2024 class

The National Tennis Center of Canada presented by Rogers presents its 2023-2024 class

Tennis Canada is pleased to announce the group of athletes studying at the National Tennis Center Presented by Rogers (NTC) throughout the 2023-2024 season. This talented class of 11 students includes five sophomores and six freshmen. Since the establishment of the NTC in 2007, the total number of athletes who have trained at the center now exceeds 60.

“We are extremely excited about the outstanding class of junior athletes joining the NTC this season,” said Guillaume Marx, Head of Performance at Tennis Canada. “They have demonstrated an exceptional level of commitment, dedication and skill, and we are delighted to be able to work with this fantastic group of players and be involved in their development.”

Surrounded by some of the best staff and coaches in the sport, NTC provides its students with unparalleled opportunities to nurture and develop their talents. Marks continues to oversee the NTC and Tennis Canada's high-performance programs. Noelle Van Lotum, who joined the organization in 2023, leads the women's professional and transitional program and works closely with Martin Laurendo, the men's transitional program director. Frank Dancevic, who is also the captain of Canada's Davis Cup team, is the head coach of the NTC, along with teammates Sandric Barrere and Rodrigo Alvarez.

Class of 2023-2024

The NTC family has grown significantly this year with the arrival of six new members – Anastasia Malysheva (Ontario), Andrea Taylor (Ontario), Andy Chenda (QC), Caden Colburn (NSW), Joshua Adamson (Ontario), and Mikko Lapalme ( QC). ). They join NTC sophomores Adam Faraj Cao (AB), Addison Comiskey (ON), Emma Dong (BC), Finn Mueller (ON), and Keegan Rice (SK) to form the largest class in NTC history, matching the group of 11 students. In 2013-2014.

  • Adam Faraj Kaw
  • Year of birth: 2007
  • Province: Alberta
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  • Addison Comiskey
  • Year of birth: 2007
  • Province: Ontario
  • Click testis To view the ITF profile
  • Anastasia Malysheva
  • Year of birth: 2009
  • Province: Ontario
  • Click testis To view the ITF profile
  • Andrea Taylor
  • Year of birth: 2009
  • Province: Ontario
  • Click testis To view the ITF profile
  • Andy Chenda
  • Year of birth: 2009
  • Province: Quebec
  • Click testis To view the ITF profile
  • Caden Colburn
  • Year of birth: 2009
  • Province: Nova Scotia
  • Click testis To view the ITF profile
  • Emma Dong
  • Year of birth: 2007
  • Province: British Columbia
  • Click testis To view the ITF profile
  • Finn Mueller
  • Year of birth: 2008
  • Province: Ontario
  • Click testis To view the ITF profile
  • Joshua Adamson
  • Year of birth: 2009
  • Province: Ontario
  • Click testis To view the ITF profile
  • Keegan Rice
  • Year of birth: 2006
  • Province: Saskatchewan
  • Click testis To view the ITF profile
  • Miko Lapalme
  • Year of birth: 2008
  • Province: Quebec
  • Click testis To view the ITF profile

Rice has already competed in four junior Grand Slam tournaments, most recently reaching the quarterfinals in doubles at the Australian Open. He won his biggest title to date in 2023, at the J200 event in Villach, Austria. Also winning ITF junior titles in 2023 were Dong (J100 Bruchköbel), Faraj Cao (J100 Quebec City, J30 Kamloops, J30 Burnaby), La Palme (J100 Quebec City, J60 Langley, J30 Woodbridge), and Taylor (J30 Halifax).

In 2024, NTC students will continue to compete and gain experience in the junior and professional circuits. Canada's first ITF junior event – J200 Woodbridge – is scheduled for April 7-13. Prior to that, most of the NTC athletes were scheduled to compete in the Fisher National Indoor Championships in March and April.

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The National Transitional Council in numbers since its inauguration

  • 64 players trained at NTC (including current players)
  • 14 athletes who play or have played on the professional tour
  • 26 athletes earned a college degree from an American university
  • 7 players currently compete on the NCAA college tennis circuit
  • 1000 training hours annually
  • More than 600 hours of academic studies annually

To learn more about the National Tennis Center presented by Rogers, click here.

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