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As I'm sure you know, the declared emergency for the City of Toronto has extended the closure of all public tennis clubs, currently until July 1, 2020.

The full scope of closures is described in the following website: https://www.toronto.ca/home/covid-19/affected-city-services/   Tennis clubs are included under "Parks" as one of many park amenities that are closed.

On behalf of the Bridlewood Tennis Club, we hope that you are heeding the advice of the public health officers and that their advice has allowed you to avoid an infection of COVID-19.  As medical health professionals gain a better understanding of COVID-19, expect that public health guidance will change to mitigate additional infections.

Let's all do our part so that we will be able to schedule an Opening Day Celebration in 2020.

Since today is the equinox and the first day of spring, your thoughts may have turned towards playing tennis outdoors again. In a typical year, Washington and Tamara are able to install our nets and allow for tennis to be played at Bridlewood on April 1.


However, in these times of COVID-19 and the corresponding social distancing recommendations from public health officers, I must inform you that city's current directive is that our courts must remain closed until April 5.  We can expect a subsequent update from the city in early April as to whether opening will be delayed beyond April 5.


The club is suspending the sale of memberships for 2020 until we are able to open the courts for the season. 


On behalf of the Bridlewood Tennis Club, we hope that you and your family are able to stay healthy and cope as best as possible with these unique times.

Updated: Mar 8, 2020

We are looking forward to starting the 2020 Season with you all.


Welcome to our new website! Membership will now be done online through this site. Payment can be made by e-transfer, cash, or cheque. The combination from 2019 will be in use from April 1, 2020 until Opening Day on May 2, 2020, after which it will be changed.