That was REALLY interesting, and must've been a TON of work. Thanks for putting it together. It does tend to underscore some of the problems our Canadians have faced, with high-ranking Juniors not making it as far as they'd like in their careers - Jeyaseelan, Fichman, Bester, etc. etc. I'm still holding out for Sharon and Philip to do some good things. And Jeyaseelan DID beat Venus that time.......... But still, an interesting thing to think about.
I think by Junior Wimbledon there will be 3 Canadians playing in the draw, as I feel both di Feo and Schnur will be bound to make a burst up the rankings. I don't think a Canadian will be winning a Junior grandslam anytime soon though.
Volfson took the U16 Canadian title in convincing fashion, losing at most 4 games in a match. He is clearly too strong for the Canadian players in this age range (apart from Tabilo who wasn't playing), even though he is still only 14.
Samuel Monette is the Canadian U18 champion - no competition for him, losing no more than 4 games per match until the final where he beat Schnur 7-6, 6-0. It's the 3rd U18 final for Samuel and the first he won.
A good tournament for Harrison Scott (born 1997) - he was finalist in U16 and got to the semifinals here.