We are all about to dive deep into the Toronto tennis scene together over the next few minutes. Whether you are looking for the closest court to play on, a racket club to take lessons, pro shops to buy new gear, or are trying to find out about leagues and tournaments in your area there will be plenty of useful info right here.
We will kick this baby off by listing the best tennis and racket clubs in Toronto because they should offer all of the above. You will learn about when you can head over to play a match, sign up for classes or quick lessons, join local leagues or tournaments, buy some gear, or do everything else that they offer.
Up next we will get into public indoor and outdoor tennis courts near you where a more casual game is always available. Then we will discuss pro shops where you can buy new rackets, balls, strings, shoes, skirts, and other apparel.
Our final sections will take a closer look at classes, lessons, leagues, and tournaments in the region before we share a map that should help you figure out which spot is closest to your current location. You are all welcome to check out more of our blogs about other cities in Canada right there if you are interested.
Best Racket & Tennis Clubs In Toronto
Whether you want to sign up for lessons, join a league or tournament, find a pro shop, or just play a match on the courts these racket and tennis clubs in your area are always a good option:
- Thorncliffe Park Tennis Club at 15 Leaside Park Dr
- Cottingham Tennis Club at 107 Cottingham St
- Davisville Tennis Club at 220 Davisville Ave
- Toronto Lawn Tennis Club at 44 Price St
- Howard Park Tennis Club at 430 Parkside Dr
- Sir Winston Churchill Park Tennis Club at 301 St Clair Ave W
Thorncliffe Park Tennis Club is a non-profit organization with six lighted outdoor hardcourts, tournaments that run all year, and several types of lessons.
Five clay courts where tennis lessons and tournaments go down can be found at The Cottingham Tennis Club.
The Howard Park Tennis Club has seven lighted hard tennis courts near you and offers a variety of classes.
Private, semi-private, and group lessons are provided by three pros for adult, senior, and junior players at the Winston Churchill Club.
Public Indoor & Outdoor Tennis Courts
If all you want to do is play a quick match head over to one of these public indoor or outdoor tennis courts in Toronto:
- High Park Tennis Courts at 11 Colborne Lodge Dr
- Wycliffe College Tennis Court at 7 Hart House Cir
- Kirkwood Park Tennis Court at 25 Kirkwood Rd
- Trinity Bellwoods Park at 790 Queen St W
- Ramsden Park at 1020 Yonge St & Ramsden Park Rd
- Marilyn Bell Park Tennis Court at 1275 Lake Shore Blvd W
- Riverdale Park East at 550 Broadview Ave
- Cassandra Park at 230 Cassandra Blvd
High Park has six public tennis courts.
Four outdoor tennis courts are illuminated at the Kirkwood Park Tennis Court.
Local Tennis Pro Shops
Ace Racquet Stringing at 32 Gablehurst Crescent is a good place to buy rackets, balls, shoes, skirts, strings, apparel, or other gear. Of course the tennis clubs in your area will also have shops to buy more and there are plenty of sporting goods stores in town that will have rackets and balls.
Lessons & Classes Near You
There are qualified pros and instructors at Thorncliffe Park Tennis Club who have adult and kids lesson programs.
Private and semi-private lessons are available at Cottingham Tennis Club.
Davisville Tennis Club offers both group and private tennis lessons taught by fully certified tennis professionals.
Junior lessons and adult lessons are provided by Howard Park Tennis Club with private lessons costing $70/hr and semi-private lessons costing $40/hr per person.
There are three professionals teaching private, semi-private, and group lessons for adult, senior, and junior players at the Winston Churchill Club.
Tournaments & Leagues
Thorncliffe Park Tennis Club hosts local tournaments and social gatherings in a nice casual environment.
The Cottingham Tennis Club hosts an annual tournament.
Ladies leagues and tournaments are available at Davisville Tennis Club.
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Have Fun Playing Tennis In Toronto
Well guys, for now that is all we have to share. After reading about all of those local tennis and racket clubs, public indoor and outdoor courts, pro shops, places to take lessons and classes, and leagues and tournaments in your area you should have a much better understanding of the scene.
Don’t be afraid to use the comments to let us know if we got anything incorrect or to share any tips or tricks you might have on what else is available near you. Now go have fun playing tennis in Toronto.