Great atmosphere at yesterday's parent/ child event at Greenbelt TC! Well done to all for taking part!
Parent Child Event
TNL players attend Saviano Tennis Academy
TNL high performance players attend Saviano Tennis Academy in Florida.
TNL players with Eugenie Bouchard in Florida
Tennis Canada Instructor Course
Tennis Canada will be conducting a Tennis Instructor's Course in St. John's from June 25th - 28th, 2015. For more information or to register please Read More
Memorial Hosts Atlantic University Tennis League
Memorial hosts the Atlantic University Tennis League the weekdn of November 21-22, 2014 with teams competing from Acadia University, Dalhousie Uni Read More
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The SportNL Scholarship, Team Gushue Award, Elite Athlete Assistance and the Premier’s Athletic Awards application is now available. These awards are part of the Athletic Excellence Fund- a program which provides financial support for provincial athletes, coaches and officials.
The weekend's Atlantic University Tennis tournament held at Greenbelt Tennis Club in St John's, NL was a huge success. A big thanks to all of the teams for taking part. We hope you enjoyed your visit to NL.
Below you will find information and details regarding two very important items regarding competition in Canada.
Very Important: New Policy for Competitors beginning Jan 1st 2015
Welcome to Tennis Newfoundland
The Canadian men’s team was a match point away on Thursday from clinching first in Group D in its World Group II round-robin match against Italy at the BNP Paribas World Team Cup in Alphen, Netherlands before falling 2-1. After defeating Romania earlier in the week, the team could not produce a win this time around against the Italians with a 2-1 loss. With the win, Italy clinched the group and Canada finished in second. In the first match, Joel Dembe (Toronto) got Canada off to an excellent... Read More
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