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Canadian Tennis Centre

Canadian Tennis Centre

Centre court will go from a hush to a roar as some of the best tennis players from the Americas and the Caribbean go for gold at what will be known during Games time as the Canadian Tennis Centre.

Built in 2004, this venue sits amongst 12 acres of valley lands on the west side of the York University campus, renowned for hosting one of the longest running Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) annual tour stops. The impressive centre court facility was built with the spectator in mind by providing optimal viewing conditions from each seat. The complex also boasts 11 additional outdoor competition and training courts set within the natural wooded lot.

Forty-eight male and thirty-two female Pan American athletes will smash and volley their way in singles, doubles and mixed doubles events over six days of competition on the venue’s hard courts. The precision, power and agility tennis brings out in its competitors has made it one of the most widely followed international sports. 


Competitions at Canadian Tennis Centre

What You Need To Know

Hours of Operation


Pan Am Games: July 10-16
Gates open two hours before competition starts.

Box Office Hours: Box office opens two hours before competition starts.


Venue Map



Municipality

Amenities

Information Booth
Family Washrooms
Stroller/Wheelchair Storage
Wheelchair Loan
Assistive Listening Devices
Lost and Found
ATM
Box Office
Food and Beverage
Alcohol Service
Wi-Fi
First Aid
Merchandise
Accessible Washrooms

Special Notes

The use of laptops by spectators is not permitted in the stands at this venue.

Please be advised that this is an outdoor venue and there is limited shading at the venue. Please prepare accordingly.

During play, spectators must remain quiet and are only permitted to move during play changeovers.

Spectators can tune into FM frequency 99.5 to hear Centre Court match announcements on their own devices

For additional accessible services, please consult the TORONTO 2015 Accessibility Guide at  TORONTO2015.org/accessibility.

Transportation

Address

1 Shoreham Drive,
Toronto, ON