March 29 from 5.00-7.00pm at BNWT the Li'l Hawks will host a total of 32 kids from across Ontario to play in the first ever Mini Team Tour event. The 2 hour tournament will feature team play of singles and doubles on 16 Red Ball courts stretched out over 4 full size courts.
In the latest installment of Johnny Glanville's column in The Barrie Examiner titled THE INSTRUCTOR Johnny writes about how Losing is good for you and many coaches may miss out on the value of a loss by over-awarding their athletes with medals and trophies.
The BNWT March Break camp is fast approaching March 10-14. Join us everyday from 2-5pm for 15 hours of tennis activities. Open to Intermediate and Advanced Juniors. FREE PIZZA on Friday. To join click here.
Since 2007 Simcoe Tennis has been conducting Tennis Demonstrations at schools all across Simcoe County. To date we have visited over 20 schools and introduced Tennis to more than 2000 kids. Our certified professionals can come to your school and introduce the entire population of students in 20 minute sessions to the great sport of tennis.
On February 28th BNWT hosted 8 men players from Collingwood to play in a Skyhawks style team tennis match. Barrie edged out the visitors 7-5 in what was a very competitive match. After Barrie took 3 of the 4 doubles matches, Collingwood came storming back winning the 1-4 singles matches. Led by Kurtis Holmberg, Barrie's final four swept Collingwood to take the overall victory.
The second ever World Tennis Day is March 3. With 62 participating nations its the single largest Tennis participation and celebration day of the year. To find out more about this event check it out online at www.worldtennisday.com
Dasha Ossipov wins match point in the final of the Practice rounds for the BNWT Little League. Starting next Saturday March 1 players will be competing in the actual league with our first tournament right after against Vaughn Tennis Club. To see a short video of Little League click on the video below.
On February 5th, The Barrie Examiner published the most recent article from Johnny Glanville and his INSTRUCTOR Column. This time Johnny talks about how we either with or without knowledge rent the confidence of experts to help us get over otherwise difficult humps in all parts of life.
As found on The Player Page, the Simcoe Tennis Player Motto is simple... As a player we pledge to play with any ball, anywhere, anytime, and against anyone. Keep swinging everyone, spring is just around the corner!
To view the player page and the full version of The Player Motto, click here.