He won a pretty important DC 5th rubber last year and fully deserved the WC.
He won one match so he deserves a spot among tennis' elite players. I'm going to respectfully disagree. Bruno couldn't even compete in the Challenger tour, and Tennis Canada decides to throw him into a Masters Tournament.
I'm looking at his 2009 stats now. He lost in the 2nd round of a Futures in the U.S., albeit to rising star Gastao Elias. Then he got that Davis Cup win... coupled with a loss. After that he got a win over Casten Ball in a challenger, followed by 2 more challenger losses, before the loss to Polansky. So on the year he had earned 7 points, and gotten 3 wins (including Davis Cup and Futures). That's not Master's material to me.
The year before he had 0 points because he couldn't even qualify for a Challenger event.
So in my opinion he was a wasted wildcard, and the only reason he had a chance was because he was put up against another wildcard. Tennis Canada should learn how to deal out wildcards, maybe if they gave some to foreign players, foreign countries might start returning the favour...