Fall 2019 Adult Programs

Tennis Xpress

Players use slower balls to ensure an easy, active, and fun experience to learn tennis quickly.

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Drills and Play

This class features 45 minutes of drills based on different topics each week followed by 45 minutes of guided game situations.

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Ball Machine Dynamic Drills

Develop good tennis habits with dynamic drills we have developed. Using the ball machine allows our new coach, Roberto, to give your feedback from 360 degrees. This class is for intermediate to advanced players.

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Singles and Doubles Strategy

Your key to becoming a well rounded tennis player. With well designed drills and game situations, Dan will take your game to the next level.

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Crazy Doubles

Every week we will be covering a specific doubles tactical situation. We will create the situation and players will practice all the different outcomes associated with that tactic. We will work on the response of the receiving team and the response of the team who hit the ball. This program promises to elevate your doubles game. Fast repetitive points will instill patterns you won't forget.

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Early Riser

Similar concept to crazy doubles, we will be creating specific singles and doubles play situations. We will also be focusing on developing a consistent warm up routine. This program will cover all your basis to improve your game to give that competitive advantage.

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Hours of Operation

Summer Hours (starting July 2)

Monday to Friday - 8:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday and Sunday - 9:00am - 4:00pm

If no courts are booked, we may close early.

Labour Day Weekend Hours

August 31 to September 2 - 10:00am - 2:00 pm

Online Account

Quick link to your AFTC Online Account Login for program registration, court bookings and account review.

Merchant of Tennis

Shop for the latest tennis gear at the Merchant of Tennis while supporting our community. To ensure your order contributes to the No Child Refused fund, please use the links provided on our site.

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