Fight through the tough days to earn your best days
These are trying times, but in difficult times comes great opportunity. We now have a chance to develop new skills, skills that will serve us throughout our lifetime. Consider Bianca Andreescu, Andy Murray and Juan Del Potro - 

MORE from Pierre Lamarche Founder All Canadian/ACE Tennis
Powering through challenging times
A special “Thank You” to all our customers in both our Toronto and Burlington locations, who continue to navigate through this difficult period with us. We are guided by the ACE philosophy “To endeavour to use adversity we are faced with as an opportunity to make us stronger and better prepared for the future.” 

MORE from ACE Tennis President Doug Burke
ACE Coaches for the WIN
I would like to take this opportunity to thank our coaches for their teamwork and continued dedication to the players since the club closed last November. Their unwavering positivity and focus kept us motivated and excited to return to the courts.
During the club closure, ACE coaches utilized their time at home to create fitness and training programs, and host sessions over zoom five days a week.

MORE from Craig Mercer Tennis Director Toronto Tennis City
Craig Mercer is also Vice President of Community Tennis, an All Canadian Sports Management Initiative.
Community Outreach Initiative - 2021 Outdoor Season

We have been busy preparing for another great outdoor season at our community clubs. Like last year, we will be delayed in running our lessons and programs in Toronto, but we will be ready to operate at Howard Park, Mimico, and Bridlewood as soon as city regulations allow.

We also have been busy with our new location in Hamilton, The All Canadian Tennis Centre at Hillfield Strathallen College. This 4-court facility will provide a wonderful opportunity for people in the Hamilton region to enjoy casual play, junior and adult programming, and tournaments for a wide range of ages and levels.

In the GTA, we have expanded our services at Milton Tennis Club this year to include a wider range of services for juniors, additional tournaments, and enhanced adult programs. At Burlington Tennis Club, we are happy to announce that Kirill Kudyma will be leading the BTC team as our new Head Tennis Professional.

A big thank you to the board members at each community club. We are grateful for your partnership and dedication to growing the game in your respective communities by providing safe and quality tennis for all members.

As we continue to adapt to changing provincial and municipal guidelines, the Ontario Tennis Association (OTA) asks clubs to contact their local health department for clarity on what is permitted in their areas. In addition, the OTA has provided a document that outlines tennis facility recommendations for a safe return to playing tennis which can be found here.