Tennis Programs

The VTA runs many tennis programs all year round that cater to the needs of our members.


 All year long

Singles Ladder (all levels). VTA members can arrange matches with other VTA members at the time and venue of their convenience.


Fall/Winter (September to April)

Indoor doubles play (all levels) on Sundays. Click here for ranking explanations.

Team Tennis (all levels) a competitive league of several teams for players who want to experience more competition on a regular basis on Saturdays.


Summer (May to August)

Drill Session:

Cost: $60.00
Dates: July 23, 30, August 13
Time: 1 – 3 pm

This year VTA will be offering a 3-week drill session geared towards newer/ intermediate level players. The session will be led by coach Gord Cheng, giving players with some experience an opportunity to practice, refine their skills and move to next level. If you are interested in joining VTA this will definitely prepare you for our regular play sessions or  it can just be a fun environment to learn some new techniques. Please be aware that space is limited so early registration is recommended.

Sign up here by using this link and pay by using this link (you have to register first then click on the payment link to pay).

Email if you have any questions.

See you on the court!

Outdoor doubles play

VTA Summer Doubles will run from Mon May 1 to September 4 (Labour Day), with a 3-week break from Jun 30 – Jul 16 during the Stanley Park Open. This year, we are adding a fourth doubles play-session on Saturdays from 5-7 pm! Members will now be wait-listed less often, and play-session levels will be more consistent.

VTA members will be assigned a session consistent with their ability, and have priority for that session over members assigned a different session. There has been a strong trend that change requests are to move up a tier. However, unless a player is new to the VTA, we believe the doubles rankings reflect more or less accurately players’ doubles abilities and we will only move based on scheduling conflicts (eg. I work every Friday night). Nevertheless, there is a fair bit of overlap in player rankings between sessions, especially between tiers 2 and 3 (Sun and Fri). As a result, for the purposes of calculating doubles rankings, the point values assigned to courts at these sessions overlap quite extensively. For example, Tier 3 court 1, is worth more than Tier 2 court 4.

Tennis BC Men’s League: March to June

Questions? Email