Two Saskatchewan tennis gamers are making a reputation for themselves and now not handiest within the province, however around the nation.

Sisters Anya, 17, and Teah Chavez, 13, are each ranked first in Saskatchewan — U18 and U14, respectively.

Nationally, Anya is ranked simply out of doors the highest 100 whilst Teah is ranked 12th.

“I identical to the power it provides me. I’m actually aggressive in the entirety that I do,” Teah mentioned.

“That competitiveness actually drove me to play extra, do smartly and win.”


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Anya admits it took her a while to heat as much as tennis, however like Teah, pageant drives her interest for the sport.

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“When I were given to compete…I simply sought after to win at all times and that’s what made me wish to teach much more,” Anya mentioned.

“That’s after I fell in love with it.”

Luck is something — the bond it’s created between them is what actually units them aside.

“We’re nearer than ever at the moment. Coaching with each and every different each day, we’re principally in combination 24-7,” Teah mentioned.

“It’s lovely cool to get proportion one thing along with her. We will be able to relate lovely simply to one another,” Anya mentioned.

Saskatchewan sisters Anya and Teah Chavez.

Saskatchewan sisters Anya and Teah Chavez.


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And for his or her folks, it’s a dream come true.

“I really like seeing them available in the market. They’re so made up our minds and so disciplined at what they do,” mentioned Angie, Anya and Teah’s mom.



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“The determination is loopy.”

In spite of spending such a lot time in combination, their taste of play couldn’t be extra other.

Teah is extra vocal at the courtroom.

“She displays all of her emotion…fiery, she is going fascinated with it. If she wins some degree, she certainly screaming, ‘come on shall we pass,’” Anya mentioned.

Anya is cool and collective.

“Her composure is solely unbelievable on courtroom. She by no means will get mad, she by no means displays anything else, she’s in order that calm and so poised on courtroom. It’s actually great to peer,” Teah mentioned.






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Greater than only a recreation, the duo mentioned tennis has taught them so much about lifestyles.

“It simply is helping me to stick robust, determine issues out alone. I don’t have somebody else with me on courtroom, and that’s the similar [in life],” Anya mentioned.

“Infrequently you gained’t have anyone there supporting you at all times.”

Teah mentioned tennis has taught her anything else is conceivable thru arduous paintings.

“The whole thing is for your head and you’ll be able to do no matter your thoughts tells you or what you place to do in lifestyles,” Teah mentioned.

“Don’t pay attention to what somebody says and not forestall preventing for anything else you imagine in or need.”

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It’s a message their folks proportion with them each day.


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“If you happen to center of attention on…I’ve the entirety that I want to achieve success, it’s simply as much as you…now not simply in sports activities, it’s in the entirety, at paintings, at house,” mentioned Alex, Anya and Teah’s father.

“You in finding excuses, you’re going to fail.”

Anya is striving for a scholarship at an American college — an opportunity to play Department One.

“It might make me so glad to grasp that every one of my years of coaching, competing, lacking out on birthday events, striking out with buddies to coach…paid off,” Anya mentioned.

Anya and Teah Chavez

Anya and Teah Chavez


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Teah has her attractions on most sensible of the tennis international.

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“I wish to be going to Grand Slams, profitable Grand Slams, profitable WTA tournaments…I wish to pass some distance,” Teah mentioned.

“Optimistically [it will] be my profession.”

Sharing that luck along with her sister is one thing Teah mentioned would make it that a lot sweeter.




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