“We're covering all types of play, from recreational to competitive. If a child comes in, we can start them off in a recreational program from as early as four years of age and ultimately move them on to a standard where they can play at a university.”

~ Stephen Warboys,
   Head Tennis Professional


Tennis at The Cricket Club is available year round to members and their guests. Summer months feature 13 courts (11 clay and 2 hard), with winter offering 10 indoor clay courts within the protective confines of two state-of-the-art bubbles.

With a staff that boasts some of Canada’s finest coaches, all members, regardless of age or ability, will find the hands on training and practical advice that they require to get the most out of this dynamic, challenging, and fun sport.

  • 11 Har-Tru Courts

  • 2 Hard Courts

  • Lit for Evening Play

  • Leagues, Clinics, Lessons & Programs for Every Age and Skill Level

  • Protective Bubble for Winter Play

  • 10 Full Time Tennis Canada Certified Professional Coaches

  • Seasonal Day Camps

  • University Sports Scholarship Application Assistance

Meet Our Tennis Professionals

Stephen Warboys
Head Tennis Professional

Members have been fortunate to have Stephen coaching them since January 1986. At the age of 16 he qualified to play in the Men's Singles at Wimbledon and played in the championships for the next six years. In 1976, after reaching a career high of #73 in the world singles ATP rankings, he retired from full-time play on the men's tour at the age of 22 to accept the position of Co-director of Tennis at the Turnberry Isle Yacht & Racquet Club in North Miami Beach Florida.

Stephen was a member of the 2012 Summer Olympic broadcast team for CTV and TSN at Wimbledon.

Chris Gostek
Assistant Head Tennis Professional

Chris has been involved with tennis for the past 25 years. He started playing at the age of 6 and began competing shortly after that. He was ranked #1 in Ontario throughout his junior career and finished 2nd in Canada in the U18 category. In 2000 he received a scholarship to the University of Alabama where he mostly played in the #1 and #2 position. He started working at the Cricket Club in January of 2005 and has been involved in every aspect of the Club's tennis activity