Pupils enjoy a fun tennis session at Greenbelt indoor tennis club in St John's, NL.
TNL school festival and rookie tour visits
TNL junior players claim titles at Atlantics qualifier in Bedford, NS
Congrats to Jasmine Rahman Read More
Drover-Mattinen Claims National U12 Doubles Title
Aiden Drover - Mattinen claims U12 doubles title at the Tennis Canada's 2015 Outdoor Rogers Junior Nationals in Mont Tremblant, PQ. Drover-Mattinen Read More
Jasmine Rahman places 4th at Quebec Open
Congratulations to Jasmine Rahman for finishing in fourth place of the girls under 12 Quebec Open event in Laval last week.The Quebec Open is one o Read More
Aiden Drover-Mattinen wins U12 Roman Cup in Ottawa
TNL would like to congratulate Aiden Drover-Mattinen on winning the BU12 title at the Roman Cup in Ottawa. Way to go Aiden!!!!!
Congratulations to the winners of the Greenbelt Tennis Club Fall Open:
Men's Singles - 1st Place - Dennis Keaveney, Runner Up - Lenny French
Women's Singles - 1st Place - Jasmine Rahman, Runner Up - Elizabeth Zakharova
Congratulations to all those who participated in the Tommy Williams Provincial Open in Gander this past weekend. Thanks to the many volunteers at the Gander Community Tennis Association who made this event a tremendous success.
Winners of the various events are as follows:
Congratulations to Aiden Drover-Mattinen on winning the BU12 title at Tennis Canada's Roman Cup in Ottawa this past weekend. Aiden is a member of the TNL High Performance program and lives in Portugal Cove-St.Phillips.
Congratulations to all team NL players on some terrific performances at the junior Atlantic championships in Moncton NB last week.
Team NL players finishing with silverware were as follows:
Liam Drover Mattinen - winner boys under 10 singles event
Click here for information on the 2015 National Junior Open Series
TNL would like to congratulate Ashley Stringer, Aiden Drover-Mattinen, Olivia Casey, Jasmine Rahman and Colin Conors on receiving the 2015 Premier Athletic Awards.
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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