The 2016 AGM was held on January 24th. John Mowat was elected Chair for the 2016 term. The following committee positions were acclaimed. Jeannette Loakman – Treasurer Christina Barachina – Secretary Shawn Reynolds – Junior Leagues Jim Longo – Communications Thanks to all who attended.
Applications are now available for the 2016 Junior League. This year there will a Fall Doubles League in addition to the usual Spring Doubles League. Please get your applications in for the spring league by March 1st 2016. You can download the 2016 Application here.
The meeting will be held on January 24th, 12:30pm at the Mayfair Lakeshore Tennis Club. Details in the mail.
Tennis10s is an introduction to tennis for players aged 10-and-Under, played on smaller courts with slower balls. It is a easy and fun way to start and progress in tennis, making it simpler to develop good technique and implement tactics. By using the slower balls on smaller courts, the players are able to Serve Rally […]
Check out these 34 specific reasons why you should consider playing tennis regularly! Be sure to share this info at your club or facility to keep your courts full. (From the Professional Tennis Registry).
Thorncliffe Park Tennis Club’s courts are now the official colours of the US Open! On September 19th at 1pm you are invited to a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand reopening of the Thorncliffe Park Tennis Club. To celebrate the courts completion you are invited to come play on the new courts, partake in […]
We are pleased to report that we had another successful tournament thanks to all the coaches and contributor’s efforts. This was one of our larger draws (172 combined participants), everyone went to the correct locations and parents seemed for the most part well informed and please with the event. Great job Team Captains. We want […]
Just a reminder that all members of your clubs are invited to the Merchant of Tennis online and in-store on May 30th for your complimentary gift bag and exclusive discounts.
The City of Toronto is currently reviewing public tennis court operations and its policy related to outdoor tennis clubs and will be hosting a series of public meetings to get input from users, non-users and members. Please visit the following website for details, and also note the online survey available.
Arthur Wolf made a presentation about this year’s initiative aimed at developing an U10 Tournament for the clubs in Tennis Toronto. Based on feedback from 2014, it was proposed that each club can design their own flexible format (compass draw, round robin, league, ladder, inter-club event, etc.,) to form their teams. We will leave it […]
An article from the Tennis Industry Association although written from a U.S. perspective has many similarities regarding the need for Community Tennis organizations and public facilities to work together to promote tennis.
Globe and Mail interview with founder Carolynna Gabriel of Wilmington Tennis on their push to partner with the TDSB to utilize their rundown courts. As we all know lack of facilities has become the number one enemy of tennis in the city.