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The Wychwood Tennis Club is a non-profit organization. Its mandate is to promote the joy of tennis in a completely recreational context.  

Members have free access to 3 tennis courts from May until October at Wychwood (39 Lake Street, Aylmer). The courts located at Broad (140 Brook Street, Aylmer) will be used for junior courses only. They are open every day from 7:00AM to 11:00PM.

In addition to access to three tennis courts we are able- thanks to the devotion of our coaches and the way our club functions- to offer the following activities to our members: recreational match play with friendly exchanges, leagues, tournaments, junior/adult courses, adult “méli-mélo” league (mixed league), ladder league for adults and juniors.





Membership Fees(1)


April 5, 2019


April 5, 2019 6:00PM













To find out how to join, see Registration.

(1) 50% reduction after August 1. No refund 7 days after registration.

(2) Couples and families must reside at the same address.

(3) Student ID required if over 17. Students must be less than 25.


Your membership fees give you:

- Free access to Wychwood site outside of periods designated for scheduled activities (see schedule)

 - Access to all activities offered by the club (junior activities, junior ladder league, adult clinics, méli-mélo, league) with the exception of tennis classes and specific leagues for which registration is required. However, for the adult leagues participation similar to that of the meli-melo is possible (see Activities: tennis courses, leagues for more details)

- The Wychwood Tennis Club is a member of Tennis Québec, which provides the following benefits:

a) Discounts at participating Comfort Inn and Quality Suites hotels (Westmont Hospitality Group)    

 Take advantage of preferred rates on room reservations at one of the Westmont Group’s 13 Comfort Inns in Quebec. For more on rates and participating hotels, go to http://tennis.qc.ca/hebergement.

b) Discount at Tenniszon (see details at Discounts)

c) Discount at Centre HI_FI (see details at Discounts)

d)  Get your free subscription to Tennis-mag’s digital edition by e-mailing fqt@tennis.qc.ca

e) SSQ Financial Group: Accident insurance coverage

- Coverage according to the scale provided by the insurance company.

- Coverage for an accident and not an injury inherent to the practice of sport.

(For more information, contact Tennis Québec).

All club members are automatically members of ARTO (Association de tennis de l’Outaouais).



Weekly Activities

Check the web site regularly to verify any changes in the schedule (June 23, 2019)



Court 1

Court 2

Court 3

Court 1

Court 2

Court 3



Morning League

(9:00-11:00AM) May 1 to August 30, 2019

(10:00am-12:00PM) September 2 to September 30, 2019

Junior Courses (8:45AM-1:15PM)

June 24 to August 16, 2019


 Junior Courses (SWAT) (12:00PM-4:00PM)

June 24 to August 15, 2019



Adult Clinic (beg.and int.) (6:00-7:30PM)

May 6 to August 12, 2019


 (7:30-9:30PM): May 6 to August 12, 2019 

 (7:00-9:00PM): August 26 to September 23, 2019





Junior Courses (8:45-12:45AM)

June 24 to August 16, 2019


  Junior Courses (SWAT) (12:00Pm-4:00PM) *

 June 24 to August 15, 2019


Junior courses

May 7 to June 18, 2019 (5:45-7:15PM)



Morning League

(9:00-11:00AM) May 1 to August 30, 2019

(10:00am-12:00PM) September 2 to September 30, 2019

Junior Courses (8:45AM-1:15PM)

June 24 to August 16, 2019


 Junior Courses (SWAT) (12:00Pm-4:00PM) *

 June 24 to August 15, 2019


Int. Adult Courses (6:00-7:30PM)

Du May 1 to August 15, 2019  

Advanced League

(7:30-9:30PM) May 1 to August 14, 2019

(7:00-9:00PM) August 28 to September 25, 2019

Junior courses (5:45-8:15PM)

May 7 to August 16, 2019



Junior Courses (8:45-12:45AM)

June 24 to August 16, 2019


 Junior Courses (SWAT) (12:00Pm-4:00PM) *

 June 24 to August 15, 2019


Beg. Adult Courses (6:00-7:30PM)

May 2 to August 15, 2019 

Intermediate League 

(7:30-9:30PM) May 2 to August 15, 2019

(7:00-9:00PM) August 29 to September 26, 2019

Junior courses

May 7 to June 20, 2019 (5:45-8:15PM)

June 24 to August 16, 2019 (6:45-8:15PM)



Morning League

(9:00-11:00AM) May 1 to August 30, 2019

(10:00am-12:00PM) September 2 to September 30, 2019

Junior Courses (8:45AM-1:15PM)

June 24 to August 16, 2019


 Junior Ladder League (12 :00-4 :00PM)

June 28 to August 16, 2019


Junior Activities (5:45-7:00PM)

May 17 to August 16, 2019

Junior Ladder League (7:00-8:45PM)

May 17 to August 16, 2019



Junior Courses (8:45AM-1:00PM)

May 4 to August 17, 2019


Junior Ladder League (1:00-4:45PM)

May 18 to August 17, 2019




Junior Courses (9:45AM-1:00PM)

May 5 to June 23, 2019


Junior Ladder League (1:00-4:15PM)

May 19 to June 23, 2019


Note: Courts at Wychwood are available to members when there are no scheduled activities 

Wychwood: Adult tournament (6:00-10:00PM): August 19 to August 22, 2019

Wychwood and Broad: Junior tournament (8:00AM to 8:00PM) from August 3 to 4, 2019

  Activities: details



(9:00-11:00AM): Morning League (May 1 to August 30, 2019)

(10:00AM-12:00PM): Morning League (September 2 to September 30, 2019)

Monday to Thursday

(12:00-4:00PM): Junior Courses (June 24 to August 15, 2019)

Monday Evening 

(6:00-7:30PM): Adult Clinic (beginner and intermediate) (May 6 to August 12, 2019)

(7:30-9:30PM): Méli-Mélo (May 6 to August 12, 2019)

(7:00-9:00PM): Méli-Mélo (August 26 to September 23, 2019)

Wednesday Morning

(9:00-11:00AM): Morning League (May 1 to August 30, 2019)

(10:00AM-12:00PM): Morning League (September 2 to September 30, 2019)

Wednesday Evening 

(6:00-7:30PM): Intermediate Adult Course (May 1 to August 14, 2019)

(7:30-9:30PM): Advanced League (May 1 to August 14, 2019)

(7:00-9:00PM): Advanced League (August 28 to September 25, 2019)

Thursday Evening 

(6:00-7:30PM): Beginner Adult Course (May 2 to August 15, 2019)

(7:30-9:30PM): Intermediate League (May 2 to August 15, 2019)

(7:00-9:00PM): Intermediate League (August 29 to September 26, 2019)


(9:00-11:00AM): Morning League (May 1 to August 30, 2019)

(10:00AM-12:00PM): Morning League (September 2 to September 30, 2019)

(12:00-4:00PM): Junior Ladder League (June 28 to August 16, 2019)


Note: Only members may participate in activities.





(8:45AM-1:15PM): Junior Courses (June 24 to August 16, 2019)


(8:45AM-12:45PM): Junior Courses (June 24 to August 16, 2019)

(5:45-7:15PM): Junior Courses (May 7 to June 18, 2019)


(8:45AM-1:15PM): Junior Courses (June 24 to August 16, 2019)

(5:45-8:15PM): Junior Courses (May 7 to August 16, 2019)


(8:45AM-12:45PM): Junior Courses (June 24 to August 16, 2019)

(5:45-8:15PM): Junior Courses (May 7 to June 20, 2019)

(6:45-8:15PM): Junior Courses (June 24 to August 16, 2019)


(8:45AM-1:15PM): Junior Courses (June 24 to August 16, 2019)

(5:45-7:00PM): Junior Activities (May 17 to August 16, 2019)

(7:00-8:45PM): Junior Ladder League (May 17 to August 16, 2019)


(8:45AM-1:00PM): Junior Courses (May 4 to August 17, 2019)

(1:00-4:30PM): Junior Ladder League (May 18 to August 17, 2019)


(9:45AM-1:00PM): Junior Courses (May 5 to June 23, 2019)

(1:00-4:30PM): Junior Ladder League (May 19 to June 23, 2019)


Please note that only members may participate in these activities.


*Méli-mélo :

Members of all levels are invited to play doubles with different partners.

You don’t need a partner to play. 

Each period of play is 30 or 40 minutes. New teams are formed for each period. 

There is small fee ($1) for balls.


Adult members can sign up to play doubles in organized leagues.

Each period of play is 30 or 40 minutes. New teams are formed for each period. (See leagues for more details.) 

Please note that if there are less than twelve participants for an evening league, members who are not registered in that league are welcome to participate; $1 for balls.

Junior Ladder League:

Free, included with membership. Matches for juniors in ladder league format. Supervised by instructors.

Open to all junior members. Tailored to levels from beginner to advanced: age 5 to young adults.

Format in graduated steps, i.e several players will be on same step in the ladder.

Junior players in the first level will have shorter matches (between 15 and 20 minutes) and they will play with a parent or a more experienced young player.

Balls are furnished at match times reserved on the schedule.  

For more information see junior ladder league.

Junior Activities:

Games are organized by instructors. Participants are grouped by age.

Open to all junior members, free.

Balls will be supplied.

Adult Clinics:

Free, included with membership.

Activities organized by instructors to help players learn or to improve doubles play.

No registration, just show up!

Great for beginners and intermediate players.

Open to all adult members of all levels. Balls are supplied.





Club Rules

1.    Members always have priority to reserve courts, and therefore have priority over non-members. Registration includes access to Wychwood site.

2.    Non-members may become temporary members; cost: one adult $5: one junior $3.

- For one period of play of one hour. A period of play can be extended for temporary members only if there are no members waiting to play.

- These court fees can be deducted from full membership fees by up to $20 for adults, and $12 for juniors with their receipts.

- A maximum of four visits as a temporary member is permitted before membership is required.

- Temporary members may not participate in organized activities.

3.    Opening hours are from 7:00AM to 11:00PM every day.

- To encourage membership the club holds non-members liable for court fees (for temporary membership) during non-monitored periods if they are asked to pay by court attendants or club supervisors, who happen to be on site.

4.    Don’t forget to bring your token:

If there is no attendant on site:

- If members are waiting to play, please stop playing after an hour.

 - For example, if you began playing at 1:20pm you must give up your court any time after 2:20pm if members are waiting.

- Your token is your only proof of membership. Please wear it on your shoe so that it is visible.

- Please be a good sport about it.

If there is an attendant on site:

- The attendant will assign a court to you. If all the courts are in use, the attendant will let you know when the next court will be available.

- You must show your token to the attendant to maintain your priority

- While you are waiting, you may leave the courts, but you must return at least 10 minutes before the beginning of the play period assigned to you. If you do not, you will automatically lose your priority.

5.    Appropriate footwear (i.e. running/tennis shoes) is mandatory on the courts. No bare torsos please.

6.    Disrespectful or vulgar behavior (swearing, inappropriate body language, violence) will not be tolerated, and may result in disciplinary action (e.g. expulsion from a league or course, etc.); and in extreme cases, cancellation of membership.




Code of Ethics and Etiquette

The following rules are inspired from two documents published by Tennis Canada, 

only a few details specific to the club have been added.

Rules of the court 2018: http://www.tenniscanada.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/RULES-OF-THE-COURT-2018.pdf

Tennis etiquette 101: http://www.tenniscanada.com/tennis-etiquette-101/


1.    In order to facilitate the organization of matches, please show up ten minutes before match-time.

2.    Players are responsible for all calls on their side of the net.

- Call the balls “out” and “let” immediately and in a clear way.

- Try to be fair, and in case of doubt, give the point to your opponent.

- Do not call the balls until they hit the ground.

- Do not question an opponent’s call.

3.    Players are responsible for calling their own infractions, e.g.:

- being hit by the ball,

- hitting or letting the ball bounce twice,

- touching the net

- crossing the net,

- foot faults

- etc.

4.    The server is responsible for announcing the score after each point and before each game.

5.    A server who lets his second ball drop when he serves should do so in a discreet way.

- However, it is better to keep the ball in a side pocket.

- If the opponent asks the server to not drop the ball, he must comply.

6.    Players should try to ensure their security and that of the other players.

- Before serving, make sure that your opponent is ready to receive.

- When a ball from another court comes into your court, immediately stop play and call “let” to avoid tripping on the ball.

 - Before retrieving a ball on an adjacent court, wait until the players have played the point.

- Do not distract other players. Do not walk/run, on or near the court when the ball is in play.

7.    Players should keep the atmosphere of leagues friendly.

- Be a good sport.

- Be fair and respectful.

- Encourage team play.

- Return balls to your opponent in a civilized manner.

- Shake hands with your opponent at the end of a game.

8.    Don’t interrupt a ball in play.

- Wait before trying to cross a court. There isn’t enough room behind the baseline to do it safely when the ball is in play.

- Do not talk to players while a ball is in play.

- Do not return a ball to another court while a ball is in play.

- Always consider your safety and the safety of those around you, and wait until the ball is no longer in play to make any moves.

9.    Manage your balls.

- Don’t bring more than three balls onto the court. Six balls are acceptable during a warm-up of a doubles match. More than 6 is considered a safety hazard.

- Ball baskets are allowed during lessons supervised by a certified instructor or solitary training as long as they do not disrupt other players.

- For lessons and solitary training, use courts 1 and 3 and hit towards side fences.

- Avoid hitting the ball in a careless or abusive manner.

10.  DO be mindful of your volume.

- Don’t yell and do abstain from abusive language; it is distracting and disrespectful.

11. Avoid using your cell phone on the court.

You should turn it off completely or set it to silent if it’s court-side.

12. DON’T eat a meal on the court.

- Small snacks (e.g. protein bars or a banana etc.) are fine.

- Beverages must be alcohol-free and in spill-proof, non-glass containers.

13. DO dress appropriately.

- Sport, preferably tennis, shoes and shirt are mandatory.

14. DON’T throw a party.

- Unless you’re taking a group lesson with a certified instructor, keep it to four players on the court at one time. 

- Any extras can rotate out as spectators

15. DO be respectful.

- As a spectator, be respectful to those playing. 

- This includes not talking during a point or clapping when someone makes a mistake.

16. DON’T litter.

- Please don’t leave without your garbage.





Last update:

June 23, 2019


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