Johanna Konta has gone up in the world - to the top of one of the tallest buildings in North America, to be exact.
WTA Staff
August 8, 2017

TORONTO, Canada - She thrilled the crowds on Wimbledon's Konta Contour (formerly Henman Hill!) last month - and now Johanna Konta has risen even higher in the world by taking a trip to the top of Toronto's CN Tower.

The World No.7 enjoyed the views across the city from one of the tallest buildings in North America - and was even brave enough to stand on the glass floor!

"I'm terrible at going sightseeing in the cities that I go for tournaments," she admitted, "so to be able to do this and incorporate it with things to do with the tournament, I'm pretty grateful for it."

The British No.1 took the time to pose for photos with fans - before heading back to prepare for her campaign at the Rogers Cup.

"It was really cool, I got to see the sights of Toronto," she said afterwards, "and now I'm looking forward to taking part at the Rogers Cup."