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One day after compatriot Eugenie Bouchard won the girls'singles title at Wimbledon, Filip Peliwo followed suit on Sunday at the All-England Club by winning the boys'singles crown to complete the Canadian sweep.
Peliwo defeated World No. 1 Luke Saville of Australia 7-5, 6-4 to win his first junior Grand Slam title in his third consecutive Major championship match of the season. The 18-year-old Canadian, ranked no. 4 on the ITF junior rankings, erased a 2-5 deficit in the opening set to win 7-5 and needed one break of serve at 3-3 in the second set to secure a straight sets victory after hitting an ace on his first match point. He avenges his loss to Saville in the final of the Australian Open earlier this year.
Peliwo is the first Canadian boy to win a Grand Slam singles title and completes a historic Wimbledon junior singles sweep for Canada.
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