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Junior Recreational Tennis

If you’re looking to introduce your child to a sport, tennis is a great option for many reasons. It’s equally mental as it is physical, thereby promoting both strong psychological and physiological development. Through tennis, your child will develop hand-eye coordination, motor skills, balance and body coordination, all the while building acceleration, speed, leg strength, agility and flexibility. Mentally, children who play tennis develop skills and strategies that will also serve them well in life off the court. On the court on their own, often calling their own lines while competing, children learn to accept responsibility for their actions, decisions and mistakes, and they can begin to manage these more effectively.

With our recreational and high performance programs, tennis is also a social sport where kids will learn to have fun, interact with others and develop teamwork.


Our recreational program starts as early as 4-years-old, with three levels:

1- Mini-tennis (Age 4-6): Discovering Tennis

  • Learn basic technical fundamentals of tennis

  • Learn basic tactical skills

2-Beginner to Intermediate Progression (Age 7-17)

  • Consolidate basic technique and tactics

  • Identify and change ball trajectory

  • Develop ability to rally and play points, relative to one’s skill level

3-Advanced Training (Age 7-17)

  • Expand knowledge toward more advanced technique and tactics

  • Develop a style of play

  • Learn to compete


High performance does not mean that we are taking all of the fun away! Kids will play more frequently and will be introduced to competition. The program includes:


  • 10 hours on-court training per week

  • 5 hours fitness training per week

  • Partnership with French and English schools

After School High-Performance Academy

  • 4-6 hours on-court per week

  • Mandatory participation in tournaments selected by the coach

  • Private lessons strongly suggested

Little Aces (Age 5-8)

  • 4-6 hours on-court per week

  • Participation in tournaments

  • Program sponsored by Tennis Canada, National Bank of Canada and Club Sportif CDL


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