Tennis Club

The UTSC Tennis Centre is now open for the season!  We will be operating on a reduced scheduled Monday-Friday 8:30-11:30am and 2:30-7:00pm, closed on weekends.  

The courts will be closed for the season, as of Monday, November 8.

Before coming to the courts please ensure you have completed a COVID-19 Self-Assessment.

UCheck to be completed by UofT students, staff and faculty -
Community Members - please print and bring a signed assessment form.  Printed copies will also be available at the courts.


Parking Map

Hours of Operation


Safety Measures

Singles and doubles play is available, however, the courts are only be open to students and members, no guests.  Please refer to our safety tip sheet and rules of play prior to arrival.  You can also view this video for recommendations on how to play safely.  

Safety Tips

Rules of Play


The University of Toronto Scarborough Tennis Club (UTSCTC) is an outstanding private club set in the breathtaking Highland Creek Valley. The Tennis Club is located at the brand new 8-court Tennis Centre, built and utilized for the Parapan Am Games.  The club is known for excellence in instructional and recreational tennis programming for both adults and children. Our staff are friendly and highly qualified.

As a host site of the Parapan Am Games, we are committed to maintaining a world class standard of quality and service.  Play on the same courts as international champions and medalists from around the world.

junior tennis

Junior Programs

To our Tennis Community members,
The University has decided not to host any instructional tennis program for this tennis season.

Tennis Club Membership

To our community members and partners.
The UTSC Tennis Centre is now open for the season!

Tennis Location

The UTSC Tennis Centre is located at 130 Old Kingston Road, Toronto, ON M1E 3J5. It is less than a 5-minutes drive from the Campus to the Tennis Courts.

Our Tennis Pro!

Native to Toronto, Dustin began playing tennis at Kew Gardens Tennis Club. He is currently a qualified professional, certified by Tennis Canada, and also under the highest ranking with the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR).