Team Canada's Olympic Tennis Team, consisting of Gabriela Dabrowski, Leylah Annie Fernandez, Bianca Andreescu, Félix Auger-Aliassime, and Milos Raonic.

Tennis Canada and the Canadian Olympic Committee have announced the roster of Team Canada athletes nominated to compete in tennis at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

“It’s a real honour to be able to represent Team Canada at the 2024 Paris Games. My first Olympic experience at London 2012 was amazing, and I’m sure this will be even more so. We, as a team, have such strength in depth that we go there with the chance of doing something special. For me, this is an opportunity I thought mightn’t come around again, so I’m going to savour every moment.”

– Milos Raonic

“It’s an honor to be able to represent Canada at the Olympic Games again. I had a lot of fun at the last Games in Tokyo and can’t wait to join the rest of the team in Paris. It’s a great experience to be able to meet and spend time with athletes from other disciplines. We are all normally so focused within our own sports, and the Olympics gives us all a chance to learn from each other and come together as one big family.”

– Leylah Annie Fernandez

“Playing at the Olympic Games has been a huge goal of mine these past few months as I have been working my way back from injury. It is always an honour to represent my country and I cannot wait to do that again alongside Canada’s incredible team of athletes on the world’s biggest stage in Paris. This is a dream come true and I can’t wait to soak up the Olympic atmosphere and give it everything.”

– Bianca Andreescu

“It’s an honour to represent my country at the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, I’m delighted to be part of Team Canada. It’s a global event that brings the world and the athletes together around the Olympic values of friendship, respect, and excellence. I’m proud to be part of this inspiring event, and I look forward to carrying the Canadian flag as high and far as possible.”

– Félix Auger-Aliassime

“In sport, there is no greater honour than competing in the Olympics alongside the best athletes in the world. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to participate and partner with Leylah [Fernandez]. Can’t wait to be there!”

– Gabriela Dabrowski

These athletes qualified for the Games via their WTA and ATP Tour rankings as of Monday, June 10. Andreescu and Raonic used their protected rankings to gain direct entry. In women’s doubles, Fernandez will partner with Dabrowski, while Auger-Aliassime will pair up with Raonic in men’s doubles. Tennis will take place from July 27 to August 4 (Day 1 to 9) at Roland-Garros, the site of the French Open.

The entry list for mixed doubles will also be based on ranking but determined via an on-site sign-in the week of the event and will comprise athletes who are already participating in one of the other four draws.

The Canadian roster heads to the Games on the back of unparalleled success on the international stage as reigning World Champions of women’s tennis having clinched the Billie Jean King Cup title last November. Meanwhile, the men’s team won Canada’s first-ever Davis Cup title in 2022.

Paris 2024 will be the first appearance at an Olympic Games for Andreescu, the second for Fernandez (Tokyo 2020), Auger-Aliassime (Tokyo 2020) and Raonic (London 2012), and the third for Dabrowski (Rio de Janeiro 2016, Tokyo 2020). Canada’s only Olympic tennis medal was won at Sydney 2000 where Sébastien Lareau and Daniel Nestor claimed gold in men’s doubles.