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 participate at the 2016 Indoor Atlantic Championships
Drover Mattinen selected to represent Team Canada on European Summer Tour
Aiden Drover Mattinen (pictured) has been selected to represen Read More
New Clay Court in Gander Means Big Things For Tennis in the Province
New Clay Court in Gander Means Read More
NL Schools Tennis Championships
Tennis Newfoundland and Labrador hosted an inaugural NL schools tennis championships at Greenbelt Indoor tennis club on Saturday May 27th Read More
2016 Tommy Williams Provincial Tennis Open
All championship final matches were played on Tuesday August 16th at the Mount Pearl Tennis club.
Results from the final day of play were as follows:
Gold medal match: St John's/North beat Central 5-0
TNL has released the 2016 junior and adult summer events schedule.
Well done to all of 13 junior players that represented TNL at the 2016 indoor Atlantic championships in Fredericton, NB. The tournament ran from Wednesday 24th-Sunday 28th February.
The tournament featured 186 matches in 10 different divisions:
New playing up rules for junior players will come into effect as January 1st 2016.
It is very important all players and parents review this document and are aware of the rules especially for those players who plan to participate in tournaments out with the Atlantics region.
TNL has now officially released its Canada Games training and selection outline for the 2017 summer games tennis event which is due to be held in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
This document can be viewed at the Tournaments section of the website.
Junior tennis players,
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.
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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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