Growing the Game is All Canadian’s not for profit entity. Its mandate is to offer outreach programs and organize events that focus on building strong and healthy communities, giving families and junior tennis players the opportunity to bond over the love of tennis, athletics and wellness. 

All Canadian partners with year-round and seasonal tennis facilities across Canada to help maximize their growth and reach their full potential.

Purpose of Cooperation

1. To promote interest and participation in the sport of tennis
2. To arrange tournaments and competitions with prizes and recognition
3. To develop facilities to host tennis development of youth
4. To foster good-will, health, education, proper values and community spirit
5. To develop work opportunities for students
6. To develop a professional association related to program-specific certification
7. To establish educational, recreational and sports programs for the benefit of the community
9. To promote initiatives for the attainment of sports facilities and equipment for the community
10. To unite parents, students and teachers in promoting an integrated system of education and sport in our native communities


The Greenwin Cares Tennis Program is a free 4-week introductory program specifically designed to be a family-focused environment that gives children born in 2017 & 2018 the opportunity to develop tennis skills with their parents and Canada’s top coaching staff. This is part of our Growing the game initiative run by ACE Tennis, the operational programming brand for All Canadian Sports Management (ACSM).


GREENWIN CARES● Ages: 4-6 [Level: Beginner]
This is an introductory program where parents are encouraged to be on court and
This 4 week program is for players born in 2017 & 2018 (ages 4-6)
Each family is provided take-home activities to practice with their children
Max 24 children accompanied by 1 family member.


Milton Tennis Club
All Canadian Tennis Centre at Hillfield Strathallan College
Burlington Tennis Club

Glendon Athletic Club
Carlisle Tennis Club
Port Hope Racquet Club

On March 24th, 2023 Growing the Game recognized Tennis Canada’s contribution of the City of Burlington, Cedar Springs Health, Racquet & Sportsclub and Ace Tennis on Canada’s recent Davis Cup win in what is known as the World Cup of tennis. This historic achievement is the first World Championship win for Canadian tennis since the inception of this competition 123 years ago.

The City of Burlington’s contribution to this success story is meaningful. Tennis Canada celebrated this achievement with the city’s residents and staff by bringing the Davis Cup trophy, 1 metre tall and weighing close to 700 pounds, to Cedar Springs Club.
Cedar Springs Club in Burlington has been at the forefront of Canadian tennis development for over 40 years. The club has hosted Felix Auger-AliassimeDenis ShapovalovMilos RaonicGenie BouchardBianca Andreescu and Leyla Fernandez, the backbone of Canadian Tennis International performance. The City of Burlington and Cedar Springs Club has also been the home of All Canadian – Ace Tennis Academy, a leader in player tennis development for over 40 years. It has developed and provided scholarship opportunities for over 200 students while driving many key development stages of Canada’s top players, including International Hall of Fame member Daniel Nestor and Canada’s new international star, 16-year-old Vicky Mboko, a long-time Burlington resident.
Tennis Canada would also like to highlight the necessary contribution of the city to the future of the sport in our country by identifying Burlington as a desired future location for a proposed Southwest Regional Tennis Centre, given the growth, success and popularity of our sport and given the health and wellness benefits our sport offers residents. In addition, the southwest region has been identified as an ideal location to attract players, families and fans to the region for these events.

On March 4th, 2023, Growing the Game hosted an evening on Toronto for female tennis players U14 – U18 with inspiring guest speakers, networking, on and off-court games w/ food and beverages served.

Women Owning Court uses tennis as a vehicle to encourage confidence, leadership and character in young female players.

A Growing the Game initiative, we are dedicated to creating an equitable and inclusive program that empowers young women, and encourages participation and leadership. Our program focuses on four key areas: Mental strength, physical well being, college pathways and careers in Canada. Running four sessions throughout 2023, each session will feature an expert keynote speaker in one of the four areas, followed by court time.

Together let’s grow the game, by giving young women ownership of their development and future both on, and off the court.


HOSTED BY: Jennifer Bishop, Chairperson, Tennis Canada



  • Mental Strength
  • Careers in Tennis
  • College / University Pathways
  • Physical Wellbeing


*All proceeds went to “GIRLS. SET. MATCH.” To read more about this charity visit: