The Tennis Canada Officiating Program is responsible for the training, certification, designation, and evaluation of all tennis officials in Canada. They also coordinate all officials working at professional events in Canada (including the two Rogers Cup presented by National Bank events, as well as numerous other ATP, WTA and ITF Pro Circuit events), international competitions such as Davis Cup and Fed Cup ties, and all national championship events (seniors, juniors, wheelchair).
In order to become a tennis official, you first need to attend an Introduction to Officiating clinic. The Introductory clinics are generally organized by the Provincial Associations and run over two days. The Introductory clinic covers the following officiating roles: line umpire, chair umpire, and roving umpire.
There are currently no officiating courses scheduled. Check back soon.
Find more information on Tennis Canada’s website.