ACE Team: “WANTED: Athletes Born in 2008!”

Great athletes to become great tennis players! 36 ATHLETES BORN IN 2008 12 athletes in Vaughan, Davisville and Burlington to be part of the "ACE -2008 Team"

Great athletes to become great tennis players!

36 ATHLETES BORN IN 2008

12 athletes in Vaughan, Toronto and Burlington

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To be part of the “ACE 2008 Team”

Meet the ACE 2008 Team

General Manager, Doug Burke

doug@acetennis.ca

ACE/Astra – 2008 Team Vaughan, Ontario

Head Coach: Valentina  Moseychuk

valentina@acetennis.ca

ACE/TTC – 2008 Team Toronto, Ontario

Head Coach: Zachary Johnson

zach@acetennis.ca

ACE/Cedar Springs – 2008 Team Burlington, Ontario

Head Coach: Gabriel Radulescu

gabe@acetennis.ca

Players selected to the team will receive:

  • 30 week indoor training program
  • T-Shirt
  • Ace Warm-up jacket
  • Wilson equipment
  • Access to competitions
  • Program worth $25000
  • Possibility of future scholarships

Selections are based on a physical evaluation and test.

To Register see info below , or go to: www.acetennis.ca

Bring your gear and see if you can make the team!

TRYOUTS FOR ACE 2008 TEAM

AT TORONTO TENNIS CITY:

185 Balliol St. Near Davisville Subway Station.

Sunday September 29th at Noon

Register name of player, birth date, contact info to:

zach@acetennis.ca

Program Schedule: Sundays at 12 pm

AT ASTRA TENNIS CLUB, VAUGHAN:

2839 Rutherford Road – By Canada’s Wonderland

Sunday September 29th at Noon

Register name of player, birth date, contact info to:

valentina@acetennis.ca

Program Schedule: Saturdays at 11am

AT CEDAR SPRINGS CLUB, BURLINGTON:

960 Cumberland Ave. – Between Guelph and Walker

Sunday September 29th at 8am

Register name of player, birth date, contact info to:

gabe@acetennis.ca

Program Schedule: Sundays at 8am

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