As we wind down our hectic Fall session in both Toronto and Burlington, our competitive players are preparing to move into a highly competitive phase, starting with two of our premier annual tournaments at the Cedar Springs Club in Burlington; the $10,000 Ace Indoor Open from December 18 - 24, followed by the Ace Super Series from December 26 - January 1. The Holiday Camps which will be held at Toronto Tennis City during the Christmas period (see below) should also serve to prepare our players in Toronto for the various upcoming Selection events in January.
It was great to see the outstanding results of so many of our players competing through the Fall at the numerous events we staged at the Cedar Springs Club, and at other tournaments (see highlights below). Many of our younger players had an enjoyable experience competing for their teams, while guided by Ace coaches at the OTA U10 and U12 Team Events.

Our Progressive classes have been a bee hive of activity, and we expect high registrations for our upcoming Winter session (see below). The Cedar Springs Club has numerous initiatives on track through the Winter season ( CS website), and we are proud to be be an excellent option for the children of families coming into the club to learn tennis. Lastly; let me share with you an important   article to read , on sports and life expectancy, and with that we  take this opportunity to thank all of you, and  wish you a safe and peaceful holiday season, and a Happy New Year when it comes!! 

Doug Burke
  • Letter from ACE President
  • U10 and U12 Team Championships
  • ACE Player Performances
  • U18 Canadian World Ranking Event 2
  • ACE - Toronto Tennis City
  • Coach's Corner
  • ONcourt with Pierre Lamarche
  • Empower Aces Workshops
  • Interview With Coach Mike Hall
  • Upcoming Events
  • ACE is on SLACK
  • OMNI Health - Prevent tennis injuries
  • Progressive Tennis -Winter programs 

U10 and U12 TEAM 


ACE Tennis U18 Canadian 
World Ranking Event 2

ACE at Toronto Tennis City has had a busy fall implementing many changes, especially with the new coaching team on board. Click here to see more.

ACE Toronto will be offering several camps over the holidays.  Read about our camps  HERE

ALL-GIRLS CAMPS - ACE Toronto will also be offering a Progressive 1/Mini Tennis All-Girls Red Ball Camp and  U12-U18 All-Girls Competitive Training. 
Read more about ALL-GIRLS Red Ball Camps  HERE


Brandon Alguire is Head Coach of the Provincial Team at ACE Burlington and a Coach Developer for Tennis Canada. He is responsible along with TTC coach Andy Sutton for ACE's System Development. 

TEAM HEAD - Ivan Ljubicic's Insights: FEAR
There are a few players who thrive in a competitive environment, but many struggle to deal with the stress and pressure they put on themselves when competing.      Read MORE HERE

Pierre Lamarche
INTENSITY, LEG GAME - the British Taymus Muhammad, age 12 - is very impressive!

Click on the link below, and take a look at the movement and the intensity, against a wall, on bricks, he's a coaches dream and a leftie as well! As long as the parents make the right decision, so rare now, the internet has made experts of everyone. Thiem, Zverev, Murray, Nadal, Djokovic -  long term consistent management by real coaches, what a shame for those kids who will miss the proper guidance in their formative years. The difference is as simple as top 100 or top 10, or top 10 and #1, Kyrios, Bagdatis and so many others....hard to accept when it is a kid and parents that you care for.  

ACE Tennis has partnered with Sana Rizwan Farid, Conflict Transformation Consultant of Empower Aces, to provide ACE Athletes and Parents with Mental Strength and Empowerment Training. Workshops will be offered both at ACE Burlington and at the TTC.
Sana Rizwan Farid holds an M.A. with a focus on Conflict Transformation from the University of Notre Dame (USA) and has extensive experience mentoring and providing conflict transformation training to youth.  For a detailed bio, please visit

READ MORE HERE       Next workshop for U12 is scheduled for Janaury 17th, 2019.



$10,000 ACE Circuit 
Canada Indoor Open Championships (1000) 
December 18 - 23, 2018

December 26, 2018 - January 1, 2019


Dr. Anil Kaushal leads the teams at OMNI Health and Rehab, inside Cedar Springs, successfully managing a wide variety of sports injuries. He has partnered with ACE Tennis to work with our high performance players to ensure health and long tennis careers. He will be sharing monthly tips/wisdom in our newsletters. 


ACE Tennis is committed to the development of excellence in youth through the sport of tennis and has been recognized as Canada's top tennis development center and leader in tennis development for more than 40 years. We operate in Burlington and in Toronto and provide programs for players of all levels and commitment; from leading edge high performance programs to progressive skills development programs for players as young as age 4. Our coaches are certified by Tennis Canada and provide a scientific, progressive approach to teaching tennis in a fun supportive environment.

ACE TENNIS BURLINGTON operates out of Cedar Springs Health, Racquet and Sportsclub. The Cedar Springs Club boasts state of the art fitness facilities that complement its 11 indoor tennis courts. It offers full member recreational services including access to pools, a basketball gym, and a restaurant. Physiotherapy, medical services and massage therapy are also available on site.

ACE also operates at Toronto Tennis City - Toronto's most unique tennis destination, located at Yonge and Davisville. The club provides its members with year round access to red Italian clay  courts with state of the art LED lighting, a beautiful club house. The club offers first rate adult programs and service  oriented staff. 
ACE has officially partnered with Burlington Tennis Club and runs Spring programs and Summer Camps for children age 4-17, as well as High Performance Competitive training for U12-U18 players. The seasonal facility operates from the beginning of May through to the end of September, and is  located in the downtown area, within the Central Park. The tennis facility has 6 lighted hard courts, and a 2 storey clubhouse. 

Ace players and coaches benefit from the Ace Replay system which provides them with the opportunity to access a video replay of the player's practice, lesson or match play. The Ace Replay system provides an opportunity for match analysis, an understanding of player's behavior in pressure situations and evaluation through analytics. 
All Canadian Sports Management Inc. is a 42 year old company which has specialized mostly in the field of tennis through strategical planning for tennis development, creation and management of sport facilities, the creation and operation of events, research and development. All Canadian operates ACE Tennis. 

ACE has been a Gold Designated Tennis Development Center 18 years in a row.  The TDC "Go for Gold" Program is a "support program" designed by Tennis Canada to work with junior competitive development programs across Canada. The TDC program is a key component of the overall player development plan of Tennis Canada and its mission of developing world class players. The TDC program designates indoor clubs/academy's meeting minimum program requirements with a gold, silver, bronze or basic designation. 

Cedar Springs Club

Toronto Tennis City