Ace Tennis Teams Summer Training Locations


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Ace Tennis Teams Summer Training Locations

Performance players looking to experience competitive training preparation this summer will have the opportunity of joining Ace Teams for July and August

The HP training camps are designed using the Ace System, created by some of Canada’s top coaches, which provides the proper volume of tactical training in a competitive environment while respecting pre-competitive principles. Two-a-day on-court sessions are complemented by physical activity to maintain the player’s fitness level during the competitive season. Douglas Burke, CEO of Ace Tennis and former ATP player, announced the summer venues where the nationally recognized, high-performance development school will offer training in July and August.

The year-round Ace Tennis Academy at Toronto Tennis City in Davisville will offer the full range of high-performance team programs: the National Team, the Provincial Team, the Futures Team and the Champions Team under the direction of new TTC Tennis Director Adam Dykes and his certified coaches. 

The Ace Tennis Academy at Cedar Springs, Burlington, will operate in three locations to provide proper outdoor training. Under the direction of coach 4 Mike Hall and his coaches, the National Team will be offered on the six courts at the Burlington Tennis Club. Brandon Alguire, Coach 3 and Course Conductor for Tennis Canada, will lead the Provincial Team at the Milton Tennis Club. Finally, Walker Lamarche, Coach 2 will head the Futures and Champions Teams for players 8-12 years old at the All Canadian Tennis Centre located at the beautiful Strahallan College campus in Hamilton. Of note, players attending the Hamilton Camp will have the opportunity to access supervised group transportation to and from Cedar Springs in Burlington and Hillfield Strathallan College in Hamilton. 

Ace Tennis also offers “Learn to Play” and “Learn to Compete camps” at Burlington Tennis ClubAll Canadian Tennis Centre in HamiltonMilton Tennis Club, Mimico Tennis ClubLynwood Tennis Club in Mississauga, Bridlewood Tennis Club in Scarborough and the Port Hope Tennis Club in Port Hope.

High Performance Team Training - Toronto Tennis City

U10 High Performance - ACTC at Hillfield Strathallan College

U12/U16 Provincial Camp - Milton Tennis Club

U14/U18 National/International Camp - Burlington Tennis Club

Learn to Play and Learn to Compete - Visit the Club of your Choice


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