Before she lifted the Rogers Cup title, Elina Svitolina hosted a Q&A session with the kids at a Toronto-area Boys and Girls Club.
WTA Staff
August 26, 2017

TORONTO, Canada - Elina Svitolina won her tour-leading fifth title at the Rogers Cup in Toronto, but before she lifted the trophy she took some time to visit the kids at the Dovercourt Boys and Girls Club.

Boys and Girls Clubs aim to help children and youth develop the skills they need to succeed by using life-changing programs, community-based services, and relationships with peers and caring adults.

While at Dovencourt, Svitolina answered every single question about everything from her tennis to her tiny dog “Kobe” - named after the famous basketball star - before signing tennis balls for all the kids as a souvenir.  


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