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Website Spotlight: Rebecca Marino

Rising Canadian Rebecca Marino's new website showcases her on court and off court adventures.

Published June 02, 2011 03:07

Website Spotlight: Rebecca Marino
Rebecca Marino website

Twenty-year-old Rebecca Marino's career is on the upswing, having reached her first WTA final at Memphis in February and having gone farther than she ever has at a major this fortnight - the third round at Roland Garros.

The highest-ranked Canadian at No.60, the 6' tall Rebecca recently launched her new website. Her home page features links to everything her fans could want, including match reports, a tournament schedule, a blog, videos and photo galleries of her and her latest tweets.

Rebecca's most recent blog entry details her off-court activities while in Strasbourg last month, including her struggles to improve her French. In the one before that, the Vancouver resident talks about her wish for the NHL's Canucks to go all the way to the Stanley Cup, which isn't far from coming true. Recent videos of her include Roland Garros highlights, behind the scenes of the WTA's new Strong Is Beautiful campaign that features her and a YouTube clip of her doing the Running Man dance. The photo galleries showcase pictures of her as recently as the French Open and as long ago as when she was a child.

Visit Rebecca's site at rebeccamarino.ca for all this and more.

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