Stephanie Myles

Stephanie has covered just about every sport there is during a 20-year journalism career. For many years, it was the Major League Baseball beat. For the last decade, it has been all about tennis. With Tennis.Life, Stephanie contributes her passion for the game along with her writing and multimedia skills. She has been on site covering Grand Slams, Davis Cup, Fed Cup, ATP and WTA Tour events since 1995. Her writing and photography have appeared across Canada as well as in The Guardian and the New York Times. And her video work appears regularly on the Canadian sports network, RDS. In her spare time, you can find her on the court. She has represented Canada numerous times at the ITF Senior World championships. Stephanie is a member of the International Tennis Writers Association. [email protected]

Wang vs. Wang at Wimbledon

WIMBLEDON – Wang Xiyu (王曦雨) and Wang Xinyu (王欣瑜) look nothing alike, nor do the Chinese characters that make up their first names. Their features are completely different. Xinyu is a...

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Roger Federer finds another No. 1

WIMBLEDON – When you're facing a lefthander for the first time in the tournament, it's always a good idea to go out and find one to practice with. And so, as No. 1 seed Roger Federer prepared to...

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Alabama alums make Wimbledon debut

WIMBLEDON – An American representing Chile, and a Canadian who returned to her New Zealand roots met, of all places, at the University of Alabama. And on Thursday, Alexa Guarachi and Erin...

Federer prepares to open Centre Court

WIMBLEDON – There were still plenty of Nike logos in evidence – and of course the eponymous "RF". In case you were on "Roger Federer apparel sponsor watch". The defending champion warmed up...

WTA Rankings Report – July 2, 2018

WIMBLEDON – By winning Eastbourne, Caroline Wozniacki at least made up a little ground on world No. 1 Simona Halep. She's now within 1,000 points (961 points, to be exact).  Wozniacki has...

ATP Rankings Report – July 2, 2018

The appearance of top players (although currently way down in the rankings because of injury) Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka at Eastbourne was somewhat unusual, given last week's tournaments were the...

Sharapova hits up with the Beast

WIMBLEDON – Maria Sharapova crossed one off her bucket list in Rome when she got to have a hit with Rafael Nadal. Maybe she caught the bug.  Because on Sunday at Aorangi Park, she hit it