From now on, our waiting list system is automated through the “Amilia” booking platform.
Once a spot becomes available in an activity, everyone on the waiting list will simultaneously receive an invitation to register.
The reservations for the spot that has just opened up will work on a first-come-first-serve basis.
After having clicked on “m”inscrire”, if the system takes you back to the page to register your name on the waiting list, this means the spot has already been filled by another member. If this happens, you will automatically be put back onto the waiting list (unless you click on “me retirer de la liste d’attente”
After 48 hours, the space will be available to the public.
How to book a courtcedric2021-05-03T14:19:40-04:00
The Tennis Montréal card does not apply to court reservations.
To reserve your court (please note that this procedure does not apply to the IGA Stadium):
Go to loisirs.montreal.ca
Click on “Reservation of spaces”.
Click on “Tennis
At the top of the page, select the borough where you want to reserve your court.
Click on the GREEN “+” next to the desired time slot.
Enter your City of Montreal account information (or create one if you don’t have one) and complete your court reservation.
You can associate your annual membership card with a park in order to receive possible invitations from them, and participate in social activities (outside our programming) organized by this club during the year. P.S. You will not be limited to practice only at this park.
Membership cards for children and adults are delivered by email. You will receive a message with the subject ”Votre carte de membre 2019”, and the card will be found in the attached PDF file. You can find all the information about the card and its benefits on this page of our website, as our primary communication is conducted in French. The first cards for the year will be sent in January 2019, and subsequently once or twice a week (or more frequently) depending on the season or level of customer requests. We can also, at the customer’s request, send the card by mail for those who not have an email address.
What is my level of play?cedric2022-04-12T14:35:22-04:00
Tennis Montreal offers three different program sessions every year, in the fall (September to December), winter (January to March), and spring-summer (May to September). Registration opens toward the end of August for the fall, the end of November for winter, and the beginning of April for spring-summer.
Open practice: Pricingcedric2019-04-18T17:14:24-04:00
The Accès Montréal card issued by the City of Montreal lets you take advantage of priority court reservation (indoor courts at IGA Stadium and outdoor courts in parks) as well as a discount on each court reservation. The card is sold at the Accès Montréal offices, Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm. For more information, dial 311.
How many people participate in our lessons/activities?cedric2019-04-18T17:15:18-04:00
Activities for adults:
Our adult lesson groups consist of up to 8 participants maximum (with the exception of “Doubles Tactics & Strategy” which may have up to 12 participants). A minimum of 4 participants is required for a course scheduled in our program to be held. For our other activities, the number of participants may vary from 8 to 16 in our fall/winter leagues. The recreational leagues hosted at Montreal’s parks may welcome nearly 40 players in the spring-summer season, depending on the number of courts available at the various parks.
Activities for youth:
Our youth courses accommodate between 6 and 24 participants with 1, 2, or 3 coaches, depending on the number of courts available and the skill level of the participants.
What to do in case of rain – Activities held outdoors (spring-summer season)cedric2019-04-26T13:03:15-04:00
Tennis should be practised on dry courts! In the event of questionable weather forecasts/court conditions, please call the park at which your lesson is held directly to confirm that the courts are indeed open. It is best to call at the latest possible moment, as close as possible to your lesson’s start time. Given the different surfaces at all of Montreal’s parks, Montreal Tennis is unable to confirm whether courts are open or closed so please do not contact us regarding this. Contact details for the various courts
Balls are always provided for our activities with the exception of the adult Pyramid league. We will of course take care of court reservation for all our activities (with the exception of the Pyramid league). Activity participants are responsible for bringing their own rackets, with the exception of the class “Tennis Plus” for adults, in which a racket will be provided for all registered participants. Participants should of course come in clothing suitable for athletic activity that ensures comfortable movement. An instructor/coach is always present for our activities (except for the Pyramid league) to supervise, teach, or play with participants as the situation requires.
How do I register online?cedric2019-04-18T17:18:41-04:00
– mail only processed the day after in-person registration opens
– provide all compulsory information (last name, first name, address, postal code, email address, date of birth, phone numbers) on a single sheet of paper that also includes the description of the desired activity, to ensure that we register you and fill out your electronic file properly
– attach a cheque to the registration request, made out to TENNIS MONTREAL (post-dated cheques will not be accepted)
– your receipt and your membership card will be mailed to you to confirm your registration. If you provide a valid e-mail address, you will receive both your confirmation and your card by email
285, rue Gary-Carter
Montréal Qc. H2R 2W1
A junior membership card is free for all Montreal residents registered for any class session or junior camp in the summer.
Membership card price for non-resident youth: $25, NON-REFUNDABLE
Procedures for junior card use: Free use of the courts for 8 weeks during the Summer (end of June to mid August) (JUNIORS), Monday to Friday from 9 am to 4 pm, applicable at open courts without reservation for two persons under the age of 18 with membership cards in their possession. In all other cases, an hourly rate must be paid in accordance with the district policy. Locations: outdoor courts in the City of Montreal’s parks
How to get a membership cardcedric2019-04-18T17:21:39-04:00