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OTA Hosting Historic Davis Cup Trophy March 3rd!

Mar 3, 2023

OTA Hosting Historic Davis Cup Trophy March 3rd!

The Original Davis Cup Trophy, recently won by Team Canada for the first time, makes a stop at the Sobeys Centre March 3rd as part of its cross-country tour!

The OTA invites you to come to Sobeys Stadium on March 3rd, between 10am and 6pm to take you picture with the historic Davis Cup trophy which Team Canada won in Spain in 2022! The successful team, led by Captain Frank Dancevic (Niagara Falls), included Denis Shapovalov (Richmond Hill), Felix Auger- Aliassime (Montreal), Vasek Pospisil (Vernon), Alexis Galarneau (Montreal) and Gabriel Diallo (Montreal), defeated Australia in the final and won the team title for the first time in the Davis Cup’s 123-year history!

Now you can experience that history first-hand! Come up and view the trophy, take your picture with it, and have a look at all the past winners named on the trophy. Canada is one of only 16 countries to have won the Davis Cup at least once. Tennis Royalty!

The trophy is impressive in its own right! It has three wooden floors, weighs 105 kilos and measures more than one meter high and wide!

The OTA is honoured to host this rare event and is pleased to be able to share it with the Ontario Tennis Community! We look forward to seeing you at Sobeys Stadium March 3rd! The Davis Cup trophy will be on view at the stadium in the George Gross Media Room.

To get to Sobeys Stadium, take the TTC (Pioneer Village Subway Station – followed by Bus 106S for 1 stop), or drive and access the Shoreham Parking Lot #7717 (pay parking lot directly north of Sobeys Centre (access lot on east side off of Pond Road – paid credit card parking or Honk Mobile App only.). To reach the George Gross Media Centre, enter the stadium via the Tennis Canada main entrance on the north-east corner of Sobeys Stadium, between Gates G an H, and follow the signs to the George Gross Media Centre.

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