The Tennis Event of the Year!
In the spirit of great sporting traditions, this is one of Ottawa’s best!
Register now for the 6th Annual Endless Summer Winter Classic!
DECEMBER 27 – JANUARY 2
Open | Adult ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ | Junior ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ Draws
Format: Open is Single Elimination, Adult & Junior categories are Round Robins with a 3 match guarantee.
Entry Fee: $45 | $55 after Dec 15 (per event, plus HST).
- If registering for 2 event categories, one must be Open.
- Tournament Director reserves the right to determine player level eligibility.
- Championship prizes, including a $500 Cash Award to Open Champion, tournament souvenir, draw prizes.
- Junior Finals & Pizza Party will be held afternoon of Saturday, Dec. 30.
- Open & Adult Quarter Finals Pub Nite on Saturday, Dec. 30 |
Semis on Dec.31 | Finals on Jan. 2
(No play after 4pm on December 31 and no play on January 1)
Inquiries: Carlo Zambri, firstname.lastname@example.org | 613.523.4024 ext 320
Register: Lynn McBrearty, 613-523-4024 ext 249 or click below.
OAC members enjoy our eight indoor courts, under a permanent roof (not a temporary bubble), for a fantastic playing environment. In the spring and summer, take advantage of our 6 outdoor courts, fully lit for the evening tennis option.
In the setting of this great facility, we offer a comprehensive range of tennis programming. Adults enjoy round robins, leagues, matchplay and drop-in programs, group lessons and private instruction. Juniors enter the Noble Tennis School and find a complete pathway of progress, starting from seasonal Introductory Programs beginning at age five, and proceeding from there to our Diligent Development and Master-Class Pathways of Progress. All students, adult and junior alike, are led through the process of mastery in accordance with their goals and aspirations, and in an environment that is unfailingly safe, fun and effective.
Tennis Canada recognizes the OAC as an official Tennis Development Centre, and there is no doubt that we are the place to be for tennis in the Ottawa-Gatineau region.