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Tennis Canada – Montreal, January 27, 2016 – Tennis Canada announced Wednesday that Françoise Abanda (Montreal, QC), Gabriela Dabrowski (Ottawa, ON), Aleksandra Wozniak (Blainville, QC) and Carol Zhao (Richmond Hill, ON) will represent Canada for the Fed Cup by BNP Paribas World Group II tie against Belarus on February 6 and 7. The tie will be played at PEPS on the campus of Laval University in Quebec City.  

The Canadian squad will face a fast rising team from Belarus that qualified for World Group II for the third time in the country’s history in 2015. Victoria Azarenka, who just reached the quarter-finals of the Australian Open, will lead the Belarusian quartet. The world no. 16 will be joined by Olga Govortsova (no. 70), Aliaksandra Sasnovich (no. 105), and Vera Lapko (no. 533).

“We are aware that we are facing a very dangerous team,” said Canadian Fed Cup captain Sylvain Bruneau. “They have an elite player in Victoria Azarenka, and they also have depth. Our team is composed of both young and experienced players. We want to make sure to have a very good week of training in Quebec City and take advantage of playing at home. We will be ready for some big battles.”

After making her debut last year, Abanda will be making her third Fed Cup appearance. The 18-year-old earned the biggest win of her career last April against Romania when she defeated then world no. 33 Irina-Camelia Begu. For her part, Dabrowski is this squad’s top ranked player in singles (no. 336) and doubles (no. 46). She has won two WTA doubles titles, in Washington in 2014 and in Monterrey last season. Wozniak returns to Fed Cup after being forced to sit out last year because of a shoulder injury. The 28-year-old boasts a record of 39-9, making her one of the most prolific players in Canadian Fed Cup history. She holds the Canadian Fed Cup record for most wins (39), most singles wins (31), and most ties played (34). Lastly, Zhao is the rookie on the team. The 20-year-old has been a standout at the University of Stanford for the past two years and was a finalist at the NCAA Championships in 2015.

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**Veuillez noter que Sylvain Bruneau participera à une conférence téléphonique avec les membres des médias aujourd’hui, à 13 h (HE), pour parler de la nomination des équipes en vue de la rencontre opposant le Canada au Bélarus.
Conférence téléphonique :
Qui :                   Sylvain Bruneau
Quand :              Mercredi 27 janvier, à 13 h
Où :                    1-866-651-2245