Glendon Athletic Club Partners with ACE Tennis


Glendon Athletic Club Partners with ACE Tennis

The Glendon Athletic Club has joined with ACE Tennis to offer a full range of tennis programs, camps and lessons for adults and juniors during the summer. Winter programs will also be offered starting in the fall.

ACE Tennis recognized for over 40 years as a leader in tennis development and management, also partners with Cedar Springs Racquet Club, the Carlisle Tennis Club and Burlington Tennis Club in Burlington, The Milton Tennis Club, in Milton, the Lynwood Tennis Club in Mississauga, the Port Hope Tennis Club in Port Hope and Toronto Tennis City in Toronto. The company provides leading edge programming offered by certified and formed coaches in the Ace System. 

ACE Tennis also provides services in marketing, promotions, registration, servicing, and club management.

All Canadian, ACE Tennis’ parent company, operated junior programs over 30 years ago at Glendon. Douglas Burke, co-owner of ACSM and president of the All Canadian Tennis Centre said “It is a great day for us to renew our partnership with the Glendon Athletic Club. We have great memories of the beautiful campus and the wonderful camps we offered there. We look forward to a successful growing relationship with the Glendon Athletic Club.”

Glendon Athletic Club, is a 55,000-square-foot full-use fitness facility located at the Proctor Field House, Glendon Campus, 2275 Bayview Ave, North York. The Club offers exercise classes, a fitness room, swimming, personal training, squash, and tennis.

Aaron Rodrigues, the Director of Glendon Athletic Club, "This summer the Glendon Athletic Club is thrilled to partner up with ACE tennis. By working together, we are excited to offer our existing membership and others in the surrounding area a variety of programs such as camps, clinics, lessons, tournaments, and other events. We look forward to a great summer on the courts for 2023!"

ACE Tennis will be offering three summer camps for children aged 5-15, weekly lessons for juniors and adults starting in May. Greenwin Cares, a no-cost outreach four-week program for children born in 2017-18, operated by Growing the Game a not-for-profit entity, will be offered late May. Glendon Athletic Club will also serve as the host of the TPA recertification opportunity on June 4th.


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