The Ottawa Athletic Club will host some of the finest junior tennis players in the world at the “Ottawa International Tennis Championships” from November 9 – 16, 2019.
A sanctioned International Tennis Federation event, the tournament will feature junior players from more than 20 countries, including boys and girls ranked within the top 100 in the world.
The tournament will showcase five local players, including the OAC’s Noble Tennis School student Corina Spasojevic, currently ranked #310 in the world junior rankings.
Matches commence Saturday, November 9th, with the qualifying draw competitions. The Main Draw starts Monday, November 11th. The Singles Finals will be held on Saturday, November 16th.
Admission to all the great tennis is free.
For more information on the tournament, the players, the drawsheets and daily schedule of play, please follow the ITF link:
About the Ottawa Athletic Club
The Ottawa Athletic Club, Ottawa’s premiere health, sport and fitness club since 1976, delivers the highest quality programs, amenities and professional services in the National Capital area.
The OAC and the Noble Tennis School operate one of the leading junior tennis programs in Canada. The Noble Tennis School is one of only 37 Tennis Development Centres across Canada, as mandated by Tennis Canada, to develop world class players.
Under the guidance of Tennis Director Tony Roth, the OAC/Noble Tennis School offers introductory lesson programs from age five, to Diligent Development and Master-Class Pathways of Progress. Facilities include eight indoor courts under a permanent roof and six outdoor courts, complemented by a comprehensive cardio and strength training area and an indoor running track. The OAC is the place to train and play tennis at all levels.
The OAC offers the widest range of health, sport and fitness programs in the Ottawa-Gatineau region. Amenities include squash courts, indoor golf school, salt-water swimming pools, group fitness, spin, TRX and yoga studios, personal training, Playcare services, locker room and spa facilities, ample parking, and more.
For more information please contact:
Tony Roth, OAC Tennis Director
613-523-4024 ext. 226 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Lynn McBrearty, OAC Communications Director
613-523-4024 ext. 249 | email@example.com