Sarah-Lynn Pauléus 

Eugenie Bouchard, Bianca Andreescu and Félix Auger-Aliassime all have one; even two things in common: they are all Canadians and play a common sport: tennis. These three world rackets continue to mark their sport in their own way. If you want to get in touch with your racket, here are three places you can go to practice in Laval and Montreal.

 

  1. The Claude-Robillard Sports Complex

Located in Montreal, this sports complex is one of the best known in the city. It includes four tennis courts, so you will certainly not run out of space! Whether you are a novice, intermediate or advanced player, you can access this place. It is accessible to everyone, and you can practice other sports there too.

 

  1. Tennis13

Tennis13 is in Laval. The atmosphere is lively, and there is tennis for everyone. They have clubs reserved for toddlers, kids, teens and adults, even up to 95 years old! How exciting! You can take a group lesson and can join singles and doubles leagues. This is the perfect place if you want to get in touch with your racket and improve your techniques. Who knows, maybe you will discover something new about yourself. Take the opportunity!

 

  1. A Tennis Court in Your Neighbourhood

Whether you are from Montreal or Laval, there is undoubtedly a tennis court not far from you. The beauty of these courts is that they are free. However, you may need to reserve your spot in certain places because there may be many people. For more information, you can go to the city of Laval or Montreal’s websites. You will discover new faces, and you will certainly have fun.

So, whether it’s to take you to the next level, practice your playing skills or just to have fun and discover tennis, these three places are for you. You will discover a sport that will help you work your muscles, which will get you moving and activate your lifestyle. You won’t master everything all at once, but know that with a little courage and little more practice, we will surely see you very soon at the Rogers Cup! You have to dream big, right?