After many years of trying to find the ideal venue to host a grass court tournament in Barrie, Simcoe Tennis is happy to announce the search has ended. We have found the perfect spot to run the 1st Annual Li'l Wimbledon Junior Championships. Near the hospital in the north end of Barrie is Springwater Child Care Centre with three pads of artificial grass and has agreed to host the event Sunday June 28th.
Trista Hill sport psychologist conducted a positive psychology workshop on Thursday with Simcoe Tennis academy players. The intro workshop helped lay the foundation for players to focus on practicing mental skills.
The 2015 Sunrise Academy will begin on Monday June 1st at 7.00am. Registration is now open to all competitive level players for the season. Please contact Johnny at email@example.com for more information. The Sunrise Academy is a 2 hour morning academy that runs Mon-Fri from June to August. The price per day is $25 or $100 for the whole week.
Vaughn Ianello had a statement day at the opening of the Spring season of Royal Flush Superleague with an 8-0 singles win and an 8-1 doubles win with partner Sam Burke to lead his team (GENIE) to a win over team Polansky. Daniel Havrylchy also pitched in a singles win and so did Sam in his singles to lift Genie to their win.
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Alexander Matros (left) defeated Calvin Warrillow 8-1 to win the U12 BNWT Rogers Rookie Tournament. Congratulations to Alexander and all the competitors for a great weekend. Special mention goes to Aleks Jedrzewski who made it to the semi finals. Good job Jedi!
Dennis Branopolski (left) defeated Ben Vijayaraghavan 8-3 to capture the BNWT Rogers Rookie Tournament in Barrie. Dennis was nearly flawless all tournament long making few errors and playing his best when the pressure was on. Congratulations also to semi finalists Uvan Patel and Victoria Herrington.
Durrani (left) and Dogra battled in the boys U14 final of the BNWT Rogers Rookie Junior Tennis championships in Barrie. It was Durrani who captured the title with a 8-3 win. Durrani used his forehand to open the court and was able to capitalize on short balls with touch volleys and big power. Meanwhile it was Burke Rawlinson of Newmarket who finished third with a 8-1 win over Barrie's Wilson O'Neill.
Adrian Smith and Josh Kim pose with Canada's best ever female singles player Eugenie Bouchard in Montreal while playing for Ontario in a friendly provincial match up between the two provinces. Adrian and Josh both started tennis together in the same group at BNWT and have developed into two of the countries best young juniors. Let's hope they keep it up.