For the tennis lessons, here's what you need to know!

Equipment you need:

Shoes: You need to wear closed-toed running shoes to the lessons. If anything else is worn to the lesson, due to injury risks, we will not allow participation in the lesson.

Appropriate Sports Clothing: You must wear clothing that you are able to run and move in

Racket: If you have your own tennis racket, please bring it to the lessons. If you do not have a tennis racket of your own, we have tennis rackets that we can provide for the duration of the lesson. If you have a racket but are unsure if it is appropriate, please bring it and one of our coaches can let you know! 

Water bottles: Please make sure that you bring a water bottle to the lessons. When you are playing tennis, you expend a lot of energy, sweat and will have to drink to stay hydrated properly

Sunscreen: When you play tennis, you will be in the sun for an hour straight. We don't want anyone coming home with sunburns, so please bring sunscreen or apply it before the lesson begins.

Assessment Date:

Our assessment day will be on April 22, 2017 from 2-4pm. If you're not able to make make it to the assessment and would like one, please email me at

Lesson Policy & Mission:

The goal of our lessons is to provide high quality lessons at an affordable price. All of our lessons have a strict (up to) 1:6 Coach to Student ratio. In order to provide the highest quality of lessons, we want to make it very clear that we are reserving the right to move students to a different lesson if the skill level or developmental age dictates.

We have a minimum ratio that we must meet, 1:3 coach to student ratio. If the class does not meet the minimum by April 24th, the students in that class will be moved to another appropriate time.

Rain Out Policy:

Before the lesson: If there is rain before the lesson begins, the coach will try to make the determination approximately 30 minutes before the lesson is scheduled to begin, however the time is subject to change. Also, you can give us a call at the club at (905) 737-2491 or you can call or text Greg Stoltz at (905) 252-2277.

During the lesson: If there is rain during the lesson, we may have to stop the lesson prematurely due to safety concerns. If the lesson has reached 30 minutes, the lesson will be counted. If that mark is not met, the lesson will be made up in a subsequent week. This will be arranged by your coach.

Maximum Number of Rainouts: Unfortunately the weather is not always cooperative. Due to limited court availability, the maximum number of rainouts that we are able to provide in a session is 2

Make-Up Classes:

We understand that not everyone is able to make it to every class, and we want to do everything we can to help make your experience as enjoyable as we can. If you are going to miss a class, please let us know in advance so we can try to schedule a make-up lesson in another class. If you miss a class without providing notice, there is no guarantee that we will be able to schedule a make-up lesson but please email Greg Stoltz at


The Club is located at Crosby Park, 161 Newkirk Road, adjacent to the Centennial Pool.