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by Artemik Family March 09, 2021

The Artemik Team is growing in Quebec, Canada. After partnering with the Aleksandra Wozniak Academy in the second half of 2020, Artemik has spread out to clubs across the province and started working with various Quebec junior players.

 

1. Laura Vasilescu

The 19-year-old player from the Aleksandra Wozniak Academy was just starting to play professional ITF events when we started our collaboration with the academy. As our mission is to help players in their development with high-quality products at a reasonable price, sponsoring Laura with Artemik products was a no-brainer.

To date, she played 5 events, all in Antalya, Turkey, with her coach Yosef, who also plays with Artemik.

Laura plays with the Grinder and Yosef plays with the Spark.

 

 

2. Benjamin Niquette

Earlier this year, Artemik established a stronger presence in another club: L'Échange Academy in Trois-Rivières. To celebrate this partnership, we chose to sponsor one of the academy's top players, both in terms of personality, game and potential. Benjamin is playing in the U16 category.

Benjamin plays with the Endurance

 

 

3. Amélie Allard

From Drummondville, Quebec, Amélie Allard joined the team in early 2021. She's a college-bound player, committed for the Queens University of Charlotte (NC) in the Fall of 2021. Amélie is currently ranked amongst Canada's top junior players and participates to the Nationals. 

Amélie plays with the Charger. 

 

 

4. Elena Bovina

Elena Bovina is a former professional tennis player, who reached a career-high of WTA No. 14. She won the 2004 Australian Open Mixed Doubles event, defeating Martina Navratilova in the final. In singles, she reached the quarterfinals of the 2002 US Open. Now, Elena acts as a mentor and hitting partner for junior players at the Club Avantage, in Quebec City.

Elena plays with the Charger

 

 

5. Aleksandra Wozniak

Former professional player Aleksandra Wozniak is the head of the Aleksandra Wozniak Academy in Bedford, Quebec. As a pro, she reached a career-high of WTA No. 21 and won the 2008 Stanford tournament. She was five-time Canadian champion and earned 40 Fed Cup wins, a record in Canada.

Aleksandra plays with the Grinder

 

6. Vincent Arcaya

Coach at the Nun's Island Tennis Club, Vincent is a dynamic coach and person. He was one of the first coaches to be on board with the brand at its beginnings. 

Vincent plays with the Spark.

 

Want to join the team? Contact us!

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