TFIM is a woman's tennis league serving the greater Montreal area. While browsing you will find how our league functions, links to other related sites including our statistics site "Tenniscores". Feel free to contact us if you have questions; you will find our email addresses under contacts .
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Welcome! it's season 2021-22 starting. Letter sent to the captains on September 1st: contains tasks to start the season. Please let the secretary know if you did not receive. Captains: There are tasks to complete before the start of the season for the proper functioning of your league. The new captain may need your help to get off to a good start.
Tennis Feminin Interclub Montreal ( TFIM ) has 365 members. History Created in 1978, "TENNIS FÉMININ INTER CLUB MONTRÉAL" is a tennis league. It has an administrative committee that manages the functions of the league.
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Tennis - Montréal - 2021 - Résultats détaillés Choix d'une saison : 2021 2020 2019 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 Le Tournoi de Montréal 2021 est la 15ème édition de cette épreuve.
L'Italienne Camila Giorgi a créé la surprise en battant dimanche en finale du tournoi WTA 1000 de Montréal la Tchèque Karolina Pliskova, sixième joueuse mondiale et tête de série N.4, 6-3 7 ...
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The tournament, which rotates between Montreal and Toronto, features four former champions in the draw: Petra Kvitova (2012), Simona Halep (2016, 2018), Elina Svitolina (2017), and reigning champion Bianca Andreescu (2019). The last time Montreal hosted the event, Halep prevailed in a three-set thriller over Sloane Stephens.