Eugenie Bouchard is Tennis Canada's female player of the year after making the Wimbledon final and two other Grand Slam semifinals in 2014.
The 20-year-old jumped from 32nd to fifth in the WTA world rankings this year to become Canada's highest-ranked singles player ever.
The Westmount, Que., native was also named the most improved player for 2014 while Ottawa's Gabriela Dabrowski earned the female doubles player honour.
Bouchard lost to the Czech Republic's Petra Kvitova in the Wimbledon final after making the semifinals in the Australian Open and French Open.
"We are all just so proud of everything Eugenie has accomplished this year. She has really set the standard for tennis in this country and is inspiring so many people around Canada to follow the sport and pick up a racket themselves," said Kelly Murumets, president and CEO of Tennis Canada. "What's even more impressive is her career is still in its infancy."
Canada's highest-ranked doubles player on the WTA circuit at No. 59, Dabrowski won her first WTA title in 2014 with partner Shuko Aoyama in Washington.