Miami, Boston, Buffalo, Montreal, and Aruba... Last weekend they all were unified to live an amazing sporting experience together!
This time Canadian Toronto hosted the athletes from February, 15th to February, 16th.Toronto in February is bitterly cold, rarely rising above freezing.
February sees calm to moderate winds throughout the month with an average of -3C daily temperature. February has some of the year's lowest levels of sunshine with an average of three hours a day. You can count on some snow with accumulation in the 30cm range. It's a great time for winter activities such as ice skating or skiing, or indoor beach tennis!
The matches of the Toronto Open were played at North Beach indoor courts. The 500 $ Prize Money was contested between the players in three categories: Women's, Men's and Mixed Doubles.
Congratulations to the medalists and the winners:
1st Aziza Berriri (Canada) / Doria Boukheroufa (Canada)
2nd Lauriane Roussel (Canada) / Anne Li Briand (Canada)
3rd Barb Pontes (Portugal) / Ana Archer Amoroso (Portugal)
3rd Jade Long (Canada) / Ling Low (Canada)
1st Felipe Marroquin (Argentina) / Marty Salokas (USA)
2nd Glenn Neven (canada) / Samuel Delgado (Venezuela)
3rd Noah Sayoc (USA) / Stephen Sayoc (USA)
3rd Alexandre Romancini (Brazil) / Paulo Fred Oliveira (Brazil)
1st Anne Li Briand (Canada) / Marty Salokas (USA)
2nd Aziza Berriri (Canada) / Glenn Neven (Canada)
3rd Lauriane Roussel (Canada) / Felipe Marroquin (Argentina)
3rd Barb Pontes (Canada) / Noah Goldstein (Canada)
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