Tennis Calgary appreciates volunteers who take the time to organize local tennis meetups in their own communities. These grassroots meetups ...
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At least once a month during the outdoor tennis season (Victoria Day to Labour Day), we offer free tennis clinics ...
Every month, we give something away to our verified members. For the next few months we are giving way Wilson ...
Probably the biggest myth in racquet sports is the myth of the sponsored player. You’ve heard the whispers. “So-and-so is ...
Frequent players spend a lot of money on stuff. Racquets, strings, shoes, bags, grips, balls. You name it. If you ...
A lot of new players ask us where the best place to play in Calgary is. To be entirely honest, there are a lot of great facilities around the city, and to recommend just one would do the others an injustice. So, what we’ve decided to do is send our head coach to various facilities […]
The Alberta Open is the oldest organized provincial sporting event dating back to 1905 and continues to be the most prestigious annual tennis tournament in Alberta. This year, it runs from August 17th to 20th at the outdoor courts of Glenmore Athletic Park in Calgary, Alberta. The four-day event will include a Friday night wine […]
The High River Tennis Club is teaming up with Tennis Alberta and their partner, PlayCity to offer this event here in High River. This event is free for anyone wishing to participate, bring your gear, bring your water, and if you have any extra rackets for those that don`t have one great! A few will […]
Registration is now open for the Calgary Sport and Social Council’s fall 2017 tennis league. The registration deadline is 30 AUG 2017. If you are not familiar with CSSC tennis programs, think beer league hockey. First you play tennis. Then you drink beer. Pretty simple and pretty fun — if you are in the right […]
The Rosedale Tennis Club is doing something a fun tomorrow. Their regular weekly drop in tennis program on July 31 will be adopting a 70s theme. This is an annual event at Rosedale. Players who attend are loaned wooden racquets and asked to dress in their favorite tennis outfit from the 1970s. As images in […]
Nadir says: “I want to try playing on clay. Where can I find clay court tennis courts in Calgary?” Good question, Adam. Calgary is definitely a hard court town. Nearly every tennis court in Calgary is a hard court, but there are a few clay courts to be found. Elbow Park Tennis Club The largest […]
MEN’S VERIFIFIED 4.0 GROUP HOME PAGE Everybody in this group is a verified 4.0 tennis player. You must be logged in to access the group home page. The Home page is where players in this group communicate. It is where the volunteer organizer posts information about the group. Only members of the group may access […]
Racquet Network is seeking a volunteer to organize a regular weekly meetup group for male tennis players at the tennis courts in Woodbine. This group will be open only to male tennis players who can prove that they are at the 4.0 level. This group will play singles tennis only — no doubles. An organizer […]
Racquet Network is seeking a volunteer to organize a regular weekly meetup group for male tennis players at the tennis courts in Woodbine. This group will be open only to male tennis players who can prove that they are at the 3.5 level. This group will play singles tennis only — no doubles. An organizer […]
Woodcreek Tennis Club 36 Woodborough Rd SW Calgary, AB This is a proposed new tennis club for Calgary that would serve residents in the southwest communities of Woodbine and Woodlands. It is expected that this new tennis club would also draw members from the surrounding communities of Cedarbrae, Braeside and Canyon Meadows, which do not […]