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The Winnipeg Lawn Tennis Club (WLTC) is a non-profit sports organization founded to promote, develop, and organize the game of tennis in Winnipeg.

Membership at the WLTC is open to the general public.

Players of all skill levels from beginners to tournament players enjoy our facility. Leagues, clinics, and competitive events are held throughout each season. Lessons for any level of play and any aspect of the game can be arranged with the Tennis Pro at reasonable rates. A variety of Summer camps are available for students as young as 6 years old and up. The social aspect is not neglected at our Club. There are several "Round Robin" events combined with court side BBQ's and beverages held during the season. Healthy tennis fun is always encouraged at WLTC!


The Winnipeg Lawn Tennis Club provides 11 Plexipave hard courts (with professional lighting for evening play) along with the following benefits with membership:

  • Tennis balls are provided for play on each court
  • Free introductory lessons for new Members
  • No court fees
  • Professional lighting on all courts for evening play
  • Practice net area
  • Ball machine available for rental
  • Organized leagues
  • Tennis Professional
  • Social activities
  • Open and Club tournaments

meet the pro

Alex Lesiuk - pro at Winnipeg Lawn Tennis Club

Alex Lesiuk

Tennis Professional

Learn more about Alex


manager and board 

Manager: Jody Woods


2019 WLTC Board of Directors

President - Lillian Wong
Vice-President - Jon Young
Treasurer - Janice Miles
Secretary - Ronna Joudan
Member At Large - Bob Peters
Member At Large - Serge Scrafield
Member At Large - Kyle Sabourin

Standing subcommittees

  • Clubhouse & Grounds Committee

  • Social

  • Financial & Governance

  • Communications

  • Membership


our history

In the summer of 1881 a group of prominent Winnipeg gentlemen and their ladies met together to formally enjoy each others company and the new sport of Lawn Tennis. The location of this first summer’s activity is unknown, but the first organized Tennis in the Province of Manitoba (admitted as a Province into the Dominion of Canada only 8 short years earlier) was obviously successful since the following spring the Winnipeg Lawn Tennis Club was formally established.