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TENNIS NWT 2020 SEASON
Tennis NWT is busy planning for the 2020 season.
We are committed to our members and the community by keeping them safe and providing a season of fun and play. What does that look like? We aren’t 100% sure yet. We will keep you updated and let you know when we can all get out and enjoy the courts!
Effective Wednesday, May 27, 2020 courts will be opened for unorganized recreational singles play. Physical distancing of two meters (6 feet) must be maintained, and no sharing of equipment/items is permitted between different households. The clubhouse and washroom will remain closed to the public.
Tennis NWT is committed to the advancement of tennis in the Northwest Territories by stimulating participation and excellence in the sport at the local, territorial, provincial and national levels. Tennis NWT is dedicated to providing encouragement, support, leadership and opportunity to northern tennis enthusiasts through its many programs.
- Healthy Lifestyle
- Community Partnership
- Encourage greater participation in tennis throughout the territory
- Develop and sustain structures that support the development of junior tennis at every level
- Provide opportunities to increase the number of coaches within the territory
- Promote the development of new facilities and foster the improvement of existing facilities
- Partner with organizations throughout the territory to increase the accessibility of tennis
Tennis NWT will provide financial subsidies for travel for both Junior and Adult tennis players who are fully paid members of recognized tennis clubs in the NWT. For more information check our Tennis NWT Travel Subsidy Policy
Board of Directors
2019-2020 Tennis NWT Board of Directors
President, Yellowknife Tennis Club
President, Fort Smith Club
President, Norman Wells Club
John St. Louis – Yellowknife, NT
Pooja Chugh – Yellowknife, NT
Shelley Kapraelian – Yellowknife, NT
Shirley Zhang, Yellowknife, NT