Action in Mid Canada Open Tennis Tourney Continues

Tennis
On his game - Photo by Guy Gascoigne

Action Continues at the Thunder Bay Tennis Club for the Mid Canada  - Photo by Guy Gascoigne
Action at the Thunder Bay Tennis Club for the Mid Canada Open Seth Broersma returns a shot – Photo by Guy Gascoigne

THUNDER BAY – SPORTS – The weather was almost as hot at the tennis at the Thunder Bay Tennis Club.

Action from day 2 of the Mid Canada Open at the Thunder Bay Tennis Club saw competitors slugging it out on Saturday under a sweltering 34 C with the humidex this afternoon. Semi finals will conclude this evening with the finals in multiple Men’s, Women’s and doubles categories scheduled for Sunday.

4th seed Malik Bhatnagar (white), from Ottawa, defeated 6th seed Washi Gervais (green) of Longueuil, Quebec in the Men’s Singles quarter finals.  18 yr old Bhatnagar beat the 23 yr old Gervais in straight sets 7-5 and 6-2.

Bryce Bodak 15 (in blue) of Thunder Bay, defeated Seth Broersma 15 (in grey) in the following match in the Boy’s U-18 category.

For all your outdoor activity today, keep in mind a Heat Advisory is in effect for much of Northwestern Ontario.

Tennis
On his game – Photo by
Guy Gascoigne