The 4th City of Toronto Tennis Championships

Toronto Tennis City General Manager, Allan Tse, announced today that the Davisville area club will host the 4th City of Toronto Tennis Championships starting August 26th. The tournament will have four major sponsors including the Greenwin corporation for the $5000 Mens Open, ACE Tennis for the $4000 Ladies Open, Tennex Systems for the Mens Class A & C events and Sinclair-Cockburn financial services for the junior events [U10, 12, 14, 16]. To view the 4th City of Toronto Tennis Championships’ fact sheet, please click here. To register for the 4th City of Toronto Tennis Championships, please click here and follow the instructions.

Tse will act as the Tournament Chairman and will be joined by Kyrylo Tabunschuck as the Tournament Director. Last year’s event was a huge success with top Canadian player Jibran Mohammadi besting former Davis Cup player, Matt Klinger on the Mens side, while Ekaterina Shulaeva scored a tight win against Maureen Drake in a battle of two former Canadian Fed Cup members. To see the pictures from the 3rd City of Toronto Tennis Championships that took place last year, please click here.

The Junior events are part of the ACE Super Series circuit which provides free training opportunities for the overall circuit winners. The tournament is operated by All-Canadian Sports Management Inc. which oversees the development of top Canadian Junior Players both in Burlington and Toronto through its ACE Tennis Academies, which owns the Toronto Tennis City club in Toronto’s Davisville area and who also publishes the popular ONcourt ezine.

For further information, please call 647.381.6464, or email us at info@torontotenniscity.com.

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ITF Men’s 85 World Team Championships Renamed the Lorne Main Cup

Toronto, October 13, 2020 – The International Tennis Federation (ITF) announced on Tuesday that, as of 2021, the Men’s 85 World Team Championships will be renamed the Lorne Main Cup after the late Canadian. Lorne Main was selected for the honour following a unanimous vote by the ITF Seniors Committee, and approval from the ITF Board of Directors, after his name was put forward by Tennis Canada as part of the nomination process.
 

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