Tennis in Canada has a generation that is already definitely installed in the world tennis elite. What a few years ago was a Next Gen Today he began to reap those results that catapult players to titles, rankings and marks never before reached.
Different tables show this growth more updated than ever. For example, in the presence of Grand Slam quarterfinals:
10 Milos Raonic
2 Denis Shapovalov
2 Felix Auger-Aliassime
1 Vasek Pospisil
Also in access to the semifinals of Majors:
3 Milos Raonic
1 Denis Shapovalov
1 Felix Auger-Aliassime
In case of Auger-Aliassime is something to talk about because, in addition, he became the first tennis player born in 2000 with a presence in the Grand Slam semifinals (male). Even, one born in 1999 as Shapovalov was unique in his litter (Wimbledon, 2021).
Raonic has countless brands at the ATP level although it seems like not for long. The great Auger-Aliassime moment may pay off in ranking. Thanks to his remarkable performance, the young Canadian promise has already achieved his best professional ranking (11th) and is just one victory away from entering the Top Ten and putting off, for example, Roger Federer. To do this, he must defeat the intractable Daniil Medvedev.
And on top of that, Leylah Fernández makes her way into the female branch. But that is another story. Canada has been writing it for a long time.