Mississauga Little Aces in the Press

Distinguished Services Awards handed out across Canada

All of the 2016 Distinguished Service Awards have now been handed out, celebrating the incredible and unique contributions of special individuals to the sport of tennis in Canada. The highest award handed out each year by Tennis Canada, eight people received DSAs this year, including Mississauga Little Aces Program Director Albert Fong. Read more




Mississauga Little Aces League is being recognized as the Gold Standard by Tennis Canada

Tennis Canada is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year as stewards of the game in this country. Over the next several weeks, we will be honouring Canada’s vast history in tennis and remembering many of the people and moments that have played a role in creating the fabric of Canadian tennis…. Today we are going to look at the grassroots element of tennis in Canada. Read more



Wheelchair Player A Hit with Little Aces

An Etobicoke teen has grown substantially since making a historic progression through the Mississauga Little Aces Tennis Community. Read more



Little Aces Integrates Wheelchair Player in Mississauga

At the end of play on last Sunday’s Little Aces session at the Ontario Racquet Club in Mississauga, Ont., wheelchair tennis player Puisand Lai’s green team had narrowly defeated the orange team. Read more



Little Aces Wheelchair Tennis Participants Visit the Rogers Cup in Toronto

On August 9th, six kids belonging to the Little Aces Mississauga wheelchair tennis program, along with their families, were treated to a day of tennis at the Rogers Cup at Rexall Centre in Toronto. Read more



First Little Aces Wheelchair Tennis Program Launches in Mississauga

October 21, 2012 (Mississauga) – The Little Aces program in Mississauga, Ont. reached another milestone on Saturday, when it saw the launch of the first ever Little Aces wheelchair tennis program. Five kids between the ages of eight and 14 participated in the kick-off session at the Ontario Racquet Club, and were introduced to warm-up games as well as a series of progressive tennis drills like throw drills, floor tennis and groundstrokes. Read more




Mississauga Chosen to Become First National Progressive Tennis Community

Tennis Canada, in partnership with the Ontario Tennis Association, the City of Mississauga, the Peel District School Board, and community clubs and partners, announced Tuesday the launch of a new major community tennis pilot program in the southwest region of Mississauga, Ontario. Read more

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