To celebrate the incredible work being done across the country to grow the sport, each month, Tennis Canada will highlight a news story from every Provincial and Territorial Tennis Association via its brand new PTTA HUB.   

Below is a collection of stories from the past month: 


Alberta’s Largest Provincial Tournament Supports Mental Health Initiatives 

The Phillip Thomas Memorial Open, now an Open 1000 event, is set to return to the Calgary Tennis Club in June. The event will support mental health and addiction awareness by raising funds for the Calgary chapter of the Canadian Mental Health Association and the Foundation for Addiction and Mental Health. 


Two BC Kids Hit the Courts in France to Represent Canada 

British Columbia’s very own, Clara Vicol and Liam Suh, travelled to France where they represented Canada at two international events. Clara and Liam share their stories about being on the road and their experience with international competition.


National Bank Challenger: Ball Kids Needed! 

The National Bank Challenger presented by MBuilds (July 7-14 at the TMB Hub at West St. Paul) is looking for ball kids! 


Eye in the Sky 

Tennis New Brunswick held their first outdoor tournament of the season with 58 players competing across the Open and Masters divisions. The weekend was packed with great matches, a great atmosphere, and some excellent aerial footage of the venue. 

Photo: Steve Wolf/Tennis NB 


Tennis NWT will hold their first indoor tournament of the season on June 7-9. The Open House that was scheduled for June 1 was cancelled due to bad weather.  


International Talent Shines at SATC’s ITF J30 Tournament  

From May 11th to 17th, the Sobeys Atlantic Tennis Centre in Bedford hosted an ITF J30 tournament which attracted young tennis talents from around the world, and showcased numerous skilled athletes from Nova Scotia. 


Tennis PEI to host a “Try Tennis Event” for Tennis Month in Canada 

On June 9th from 2-4 p.m., Tennis PEI will host a “Try Tennis Event” at Pondside Park in Stratford, PEI. This event is free and open to the public with no registration required.  

Photo: Tennis Québec


Tennis Québec announces the winners of its excellence awards 

For over 30 years, Tennis Québec has celebrated the players and organizations who have distinguished themselves in tennis in Québec, Canada and internationally with the Prix d’excellence du tennis québécois. 

Breast Cancer Survivors and their support team 


Tournament of Hope donates over $7,000 to InPower to support the breast cancer community in Regina

The Lakeshore Tennis Club in Regina, hosted the first ever Spring Doubles Tournament of Hope in support of InPower. The Doubles Open Junior Tournament was held May 17 – 19 with 91 players participating in competition.

Check out the Tennis Newfoundland and Labrador and Ontario Tennis Association websites!