A special day on the tennis calendar that Canadians won’t want to miss is coming up.
On Saturday, May 13 Tennis Clubs and TPA Certified Coaches across the country will host free tennis activities to encourage Canadians to get out and play on #TennisDay in Canada.
Canadians are invited to come out and celebrate their lifelong love for the game, or experience tennis for the first time. Either way, participants can enjoy a day of free tennis activities with friends and family of all ages and skill level at local participating clubs, along with qualifying for a chance at a fabulous Grand Prize.
How to join the fun in four easy steps:
Learn about the national celebration
Tennis Day in Canada is the first-ever national festival of tennis designed to promote tennis, encourage participation and showcase to all Canadians how easy and fun it is to get involved.
Find a participating club near you
Over 150 participating tennis clubs and TPA certified coaches from coast-to-coast will host free tennis activities at local clubs and facilities. Search the directory below to find Tennis Day events near you. Contact the participating club nearest you directly for specific event details and to register for the event.
Find a club near you:
|Waterloo Tennis Club||Waterloo||Ontario|
|Greenfield Tennis Club||Edmonton||Alberta|
|Tennis Moncton||Moncton||New Brunswick|
|Tournament Park Tennis Club||Toronto||Ontario|
|Cedar Springs Health Racquet & Sports Club||Burlington||Ontario|
Courts – Toronto:
These are City of Toronto public operated courts which are exclusively open for drop-in play on a first come, first served basis. Please note: there will be no programming offered.
|ANGELA JAMES ARENA||Toronto||Ontario|
|ANTIBES COMMUNITY CENTRE||Toronto||Ontario|
Experience the love of tennis on Saturday May 13
Bring the whole family as players of all ages, levels and experience are invited to get on court and join Tennis Day in Canada activities at local participating clubs.
Share photos & qualify for prizes
Share your Tennis Day in Canada photos on Twitter with the hashtag #TennisDay to qualify for prizes. Each post earns one ballot entry into the contest for the grand prize of four tickets to Opening Night of the Rogers Cup in Toronto or Montreal, including flights and one-night accommodation.
For more information about Tennis Day in Canada, click here.
To register your club for Tennis Day in Canada, click here.