Making Canadian Tennis History
I want to welcome you on my new website and I am looking forward connecting with everyone of you!!
Career-High Ranking: No. 21
Former WTA, I am often referred to as the “pioneer” of Quebec tennis. In 2008, I became the first French Canadian to win a WTA singles title, at Stanford’s West Bank Classic. That week, I had earned eight wins in a row, including victories against Samantha Stosur, Francesca Schiavone, Serena Williams and Marion Bartoli. I then became the first Canadian tennis player in history to take part in the Olympics, in London in 2012. That same year, I reached the Montreal Coupe Rogers’ quarterfinals – something that hadn’t been done by a Canadian player in more than twenty years.
THE ALEKSANDRA WOZNIAK ACADEMY
The Aleksandra Wozniak Academy will open in Monteregie in the Fall
I'd like to share an exciting news with you: the Aleksandra Wozniak Academy will open in Monteregie in Fall of 2020. I will be offering a variety of programs for all ages and levels. I'm looking forward to see you after the lock down... everyone's welcome! Location and details coming soon.