Eugenie Bouchard herself admits it’s been a “frustrating” past two months for the world No. 7. The 21-year-old Canadian lost her fifth straight match during Fed Cup play in Montreal last weekend, but was open and honest about the state of her game, telling Sportsnet’s Arash Madani that “I haven’t sometimes felt like myself on court, especially […] Read More
Novak Djokovic is on one heck of a run. The 27-year-old Serb just became the first player ever to win the first three Masters 1000 events of the year – Indian Wells, Miami and Monte Carlo – with his 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 victory over Tomas Berdych in Sunday’s final in the Mediterranean principality. With Monte […] Read More
Tennis Canada is pleased to announce the team that will represent Canada at the World FISU Summer Universiade Games in Gwangju, South Korea from July 3-14, 2015. The 2015 women’s squad will consist of Jena Cheng from University of Utah, Louise Kwong of University of Illinois, and Evangeline Repic from University of Tennessee. The men’s […] Read More
Several of Canada’s top junior players posted impressive results over the weekend, with Charlotte Robillard-Millette capturing the girls’ singles title at the ITF Grade 2 tournament in Istres, France, Felix Auger-Aliassime finishing as runner-up in the boys’ draw, and Jack Mingjie Lin and Benjamin Sigouin teaming up for the doubles trophy. No. 2 seed Robillard-Millette […] Read More
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What Is Kids Tennis?
Kids Tennis introduces the sport of tennis in a fun and interactive way and ensures immediate success for young players aged 5-10. Using modified tennis balls, racquets, nets and courts, young players are properly equipped to enjoy rallies and learn the fundamentals of the game early on. Skills are developed much quicker, allowing for an easy transition to full court. Read More
Kids Equipment Chart
Kids Tennis offers a variety of benefits primarily associated with the modified equipment used (i.e., smaller racquet, court size, decompressed balls). The proportional equipment supports the size of younger athletes and helps in the overall development of the game’s key fundamentals. Read More
Rogers Rookie Tour
The Rogers Rookie Tour is a national program designed to bridge the gap between entry-level tennis and the provincial competitive junior circuit. Prior to 2009, Rookie Tour events were met with a great deal of success in many provinces, including Ontario, British Columbia, the Prairie and Atlantic regions. Read More