Programs & Services



We offer memberships and programs for all ages and abilities. Visit our Member Rates & Options page for more information and prices.   


Court Booking

Our state-of-the-art tennis Centre offers lighting and tennis court surface that meet international standards for competition. With court rates starting as low as $6.00/hour per person, members and non-members can take advantage of Calgary's premier tennis courts. 


Junior Program

We offer programming for children from ages 4 - 18 of all abilities within our Tennis Canada Development Centre.  Visit our Junior Pathways and Program Registration pages for more information. 


Adult Program

We offer a number of programs, clinics and leagues for member and non-members. Visit our Adult Pathway page for more details. 


Private, Semi-Private & Group Instruction

We are proud to have some of the highest certified tennis professionals in Canada.  Private, semi-private and group instruction are available for members and non-members alike. Please visit our Instruction page for more information about rates and register for programs & lessons here.



We offer a number of daytime, nighttime and weekend leagues for players of all ages and abilities. 


Read our latest news

Futuristic high-tech tennis courts come to Calgary CALGARY SUN


It's the hottest thing to hit tennis since Novak Djokovic.
No wonder he's one of the men behind it.

A development so advanced it makes the move from wooden to oversized graphite racquets look pedestrian.

It's called PlaySight SmartCourt technology.
And it's now in Calgary.

High-tech training tool sets new standard on courts at Alberta Tennis Centre


A new visual simulation system at the Alberta Tennis Centre is providing players with a cutting edge tool to help them track and improve their game.
PlaySight is a player development tool that uses an on-court camera and kiosk system to assess players and help them develope their skills faster.

The system turns the surface into a SmartCourt and provides players with match stats, instant replays, video analysis and shot analytics.

Avenue Magazine Feature


The neighbourhood of Acadia made AVENUE Magazine, with a special video feature of inside the Alberta Tennis Centre!

Calgary Senior Newsletter Piece on ATC


Calgary Senior newsletter, with the story on Gord and Cecil, two of our founding Senior Members.

State-of-the-art Tennis Centre Opens CTV REPORT


Video report by CTV, found here:

Smashing reviews for new state-of-the art tennis centre in Calgary


After a decade-long process, the Osten and Victor Alberta Tennis Centre is open in Calgary. The 13-court facility will redefine the standard for major tennis facilities across Canada.

"When you see all these wonderful kids out on the court playing, that's what it's all about. It's open to the public, it's non-profit, it's a facility that will be great for Calgarians for generations to come."

Kevin Smith reports from Global News


Danny Da Costa

Danny Da Costa

General Manager

Danny Da Costa joined the OSTEN&VICTOR Alberta Tennis Centre in September 2015 as General Manager. Danny brings a wealth of experience in tennis development, event & facility management and sport-executive leadership.

Danny Da Costa served as Squash Canada’s Executive Director for a five-year period, where he led the largest growth period in the organization’s 100-year history. His achievements include leading the bidding, planning and execution of the largest squash tournament ever held in Canada, $700,000 2014 SHOP.CA Women’s World Team Squash Championship as Championship Director. He overhauled the high performance structure at Squash Canada, creating a National Centre of Excellence, hired international renowned coaches who improved national team performances. Danny also led the rebranding of Squash Canada, revolutionized the officiating structure and under his leadership, significantly improved Squash Canada's organizational financial performance. Danny was also a session member of the Canadian Olympic Committee. 

Prior to his role with Squash Canada, Danny was a tennis professional for a 15-year period working in a variety of leadership roles across Canada. His experiences include: Tennis Director and Head of Junior Development at White Oaks Resort & Spa; Executive Director of Tennis Newfoundland & Labrador; Tennis Director & General Manager of Greenbelt Tennis Club as well as Technical Director of Tennis Saskatchewan. Danny has led 5 Tennis Canada National High Performance Tennis Development Centres in his career and served as a Team Ontario, Prairie & Atlantic Touring Coach for over a 10-year period. He has also coached in high profile events such as the Ontario Summer Games, 2003 Western Canada Games, Atlantic Tennis Championships, 2005 Canada Games and the 2002 U12 World Junior Tennis Championships where he led Canada to a 6th place finish. Danny also spent time working at an international tennis academy in Spain where he led the early development of Steven Diez #5 ranked player in Canada (career high #194 ATP in 2014). 

Danny Da Costa can be reached at or (587) 393 1604.

Micaela Widmer

Micaela Widmer

Member Services Manager

Micaela Widmer joined the Alberta Tennis Centre in April 2016 after an 11-year athletic career in skeleton racing.

Having competed internationally at the World Cup level, Micaela knows what goes into producing elite athletes, and what kind of facilities are required to support these goals. She is passionate about active living and creating an environment that encourages movement of all kind, at all ages. 

Micaela is currently finishing her Bachelor’s Degree at the University of Calgary and is excited to learn more about the sport of tennis while ensuring that every guest of the Osten & Victor Alberta Tennis Centre has an enjoyable experience. Micaela is proud to be a Fast and Female Ambassador, as well as an ambassador for Kidsport Calgary. 

Micaela can be reached at or (587) 393 1601.

Tennis Professionals

Charlie McLean

Charlie McLean

Tennis Director

Charlie has been a tennis professional for over 25 years experience. He moved from the UK to Canmore in 2005 where he worked in Tennis Development, ran a high performance club and was a coach course facilitator for the Lawn Tennis Association.

Since moving to Canada, charlie has been working mainly in high performance and coach education. He has worked for all western provincial associations in high performance, spent 7 years with Tennis Alberta and most recently with Tennis BC in player development. He has traveled the world for national and international events and coach to players who have won national titles, represented Canada, gold medals in Western and Canada Games, achieved ATP and WTA rankings and copious number of provincial titles.

In 2008, he joined Tennis Canada's coaching development team as head course facilitator for Alberta. Running Instructor and Club Pro 1 courses in province and course facilitator for the Coach 2 course in Toronto. He chaired the national high performance working group and is currently on the advisory committee for the Tennis Professional Association. For a combination of player results and coach education, Charlie was awarded Tennis Alberta's Coach of the Year in 2009. 

Charlie holds both level 3 qualifications from the UK, one in high performance and the other in development, he is also a Tennis Canada Coach 3 certified coach.

Charlie McLean can be reached at or  (587) 393 1605.

Tom McLean

Tom McLean

Performance Coach & Head of High Performance

Tom has been a Tennis Professional since he finished training at the IMG Bollettieri Tennis Academy in Florida in 2009. He trained full time for over two years along side current top ranked ATP/WTA players.

Over the past seven years Tom has developed and worked with numerous Provincial Champions, had players selected for Tennis Canada National Camps, represent Alberta in the Western and Canada Summer Games and go onto NCAA Division 1 and 2 Universities.

Tom has traveled throughout North America and Europe for Provincial, National and International events. He was also a Tennis Alberta Provincial Coach, a coach at the 2013 U12 National Camp in Toronto, one of the coaches for the 2011 Western Canada Summer Games and a graduated member of the Tennis Alberta mentoring program.

Tom is currently a Tennis Canada Coach 3 and has also completed the USPTR’s Junior Development certification.

Adam Bond

Adam Bond

Performance Coach & Head of Adult Programming

Adam has been a tennis professional for 19 years. As a junior player he trained at The South West Tennis Academy, Somerset where he competed both nationally and internationally. He then attended The University of Wales, Cardiff for his BSc (Hons) in Sports Science and also his post graduate in Coaching Science. During his studies there he focused primarily on sports psychology and its application to working with elite performers as well as performance analysis.

Prior to moving to Canada he worked for 10 years at The David Lloyd Club, Cardiff where he ran the High Performance program. Junior players from this program competed for Wales at the International level and also won several National singles and doubles titles.

Since moving to Canada he has produced and worked with several players who have won junior provincial titles, been ranked No 1 in the Tennis Alberta rankings and Top 10 in Canada, qualified for nationals. He has experience traveling with players for national and international tournaments in North America and Europe.

Adam holds his level 2 qualification in high performance from the UK, his USPTR Professional qualification and is also a Tennis Canada Coach 2 certified coach.

Diana Jacobs

Diana Jacobs

Head of U10 Development

Diana began working in tennis 15 years ago when moving to a small town in Alberta from South Africa. She saw a need for organized tennis activities in her new town and country, and with her passion, dedication, and hard work she grew the club from only a handful of members to more than 180 adults and children actively playing tennis. She instructed all junior and adult programs and continued to promote the community’s tennis participation through running tournaments, leagues and junior events. She grew interest in the sport and so expanded her sought after coaching into neighbouring towns.

In 2012, she joined the coaching staff at World Health Tennis Club in Calgary as Tennis Professional and Junior Progressive Tennis Coordinator, where she continued to grow her skills and experience in progressive tennis and U12 competitive tennis. She currently works with a team of coaches to lead and deliver a high quality successful progressive tennis program following LTAD Tennis Canada curriculum.

She currently leads the U10 Competitive tennis program, assists in U12 – U18 High Performance training groups, teaches private and semi-private lessons, and assists with the organization and running of provincial junior tournaments. 

Diana has also travelled as Tennis Alberta provincial coach several times, leading provincial teams of U10 and U12 players to compete within the province as well as against BC.

She joins OSTEN & VICTOR  Alberta Tennis Centre in May 2016 where she is excited to keep working in junior development, continue growing the game of tennis by helping recreational and competitive players move through the Progressive tennis pathway.

Diana currently holds a Tennis Canada Club Pro 1 certification.

Greig Ewing

Greig Ewing

Tennis Professional

Greig is a Level 2 Coach in the UK and has experience working with adults and junior tennis players ranging from beginners to high performance athletes. Greig competed nationally and internationally, and was a physical education teacher in Scotland. He taught at Cults Tennis Club and also worked for Tennis Scotland Northeast Scotland Regional High Performance Program. He graduated from the University of Edinburgh. 

Greg can be reached at

Suzana Cavalcante

Suzana Cavalcante

Performance Coach

SUZANA SALES CAVALCANTE - (Performance Coach) – originally from Brazil, is an accomplished tennis player who holds 27 US collegiate records and was the most decorated female athlete in the U of West Florida’s history, winning four All-American selections and being named the Gulf South Conference Player of the Decade for the 2000s. In 2016, she was inducted into the University of West Florida’s Hall of Fame for numerous accomplishments, including being the finalist for NCAA Woman of the Year in 2009, winning of the Arthur Ashe Award, and leading her team to the NCAA Tournament finals all 4 years of her career, including a national runner-up finish in 2007.

Furthermore, during her collegiate career, Suzana was honoured with the GSG Commissioner’s Trophy in 2008, which is the top individual honour in the conference, recognizing athletic, academic and extracurricular achievements. She was also awarded two of the most prestigious awards in NCAA tennis: the James O’Hara Sergeant Sportsmanship Award and the ITA/Arthur Ashe Leadership & Sportsmanship Award.

As a junior, Suzana was ranked among the Top 3 players in Brazil in every age category. She trained in Florida from the age of 12 with Patricio Apey (coach of Gabriela Sabatini) and represented Brazil internationally. Suzana competed in her first WTA event at age 13, receiving a wildcard into the Varig Classic. She later became a training partner of WTA Tour players Gabriela Sabatini, Mary Pierce, Mercedes Paz, Chandra Rubin and Samantha Smith. Suzana led the Brazilian team to victory over Argentina in the final of the South American Championships, defeating Paola Suarez (who reached a career-high in singles of #9 in the world in 2004 and #1 in world in doubles in 2002) in the final match.

Suzana is fluent in Portuguese, English & Spanish and holds a Masters Degree in Exercise Physiology and Athletic Training from the University of West Florida. She was the assistant coach at University of West Florida and also taught tennis in tennis clubs in Missouri, Massachusets, Chile and Brazil. Suzana’s diverse skill set in international tennis coaching and traveling with young players, coupled with her strong high performance background, sports medicine rehabilitation, unique knowledge in the field of strength training is a unique combination of assets beneficial to junior development and high performance tennis players. 

Suzana can be reached at: or (587) 393-1600 ext. 1615.

Simon Lavery

Simon Lavery

Performance Coach

Simon has been a tennis professional for over 25 years.  For the last 5 years he worked at a High Performance Tennis Academy in the United States.  There he coached players from various levels including ATP ranked players and National and International ranked juniors.  Simon also worked as a traveling coach to such tournaments as the Eddie Herr International Junior Championships, Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships and numerous ITFs.  
Prior to moving to the USA Simon worked at the Granite Club in Toronto, Ontario.  As well as working with the High Performance Juniors he also served as Tennis Director for all the club tournaments and ran adult clinics.
Simon holds his Tennis Canada - Coach 3 as well as Tennis Canada- Club Pro 2.
Simon was a top nationally ranked junior.  He achieved a tennis scholarship to Mississippi State University. He played Pro Team Tennis in Germany for 3 years.  He was also an ATP ranked doubles player.
Simon Lavery can be reached at or (587)393-1600 x1618

Luis Orlando Reyes

Luis Orlando Reyes

Tennis Professional

Luis Orlando Reyes began teaching tennis professionally in 2012, after successfully completing the Tennis Alberta Instructors curriculum. In 2013, Luis added U.S. Professional Tennis Registry's Junior Development Course to his list of educational achievements. In 2014 and 2015, respectively, Luis completed USPTR's 11-17 Development Course as well as their Adult Development Certification.
A love for tennis combined with his passion for fitness has provided Luis with an opportunity to do what he truly loves: teaching tennis to engaged individuals. Luis' tennis education, as well as continuing to work with the industry's best coaches, are his current priorities. He is excited about the future of the Alberta Tennis Centre and the challenges it will bring!
Personally, Luis enjoys long distance running, world music and is the father of two physically active boys.

Rosi Brzostowski

Rosi Brzostowski

Tennis Professional

Rosi Brzostowski grew up as an avid hockey player in Armstrong, BC from the age of 4. She competed for many years playing on some of the top teams in BC. At the age of 14, she fell in love with tennis. So she hung up her skates and started competing in junior tennis throughout Canada and the US. After graduating, Rosi moved to Vancouver where she completed Tennis Canadas Instructor course and started her true passion as a coach. Rosi has been coaching professionally for over 10 years throughout BC and Alberta. In 2014 Rosi became Certified by the Professional Tennis Registry for junior development 10 and under and 11-17. Rosi is currently completing Tennis Canada's Club Pro 1 course. Bringing tennis to schools where children wouldn't have a chance to experience such a great sport has been one of Rosi's accomplishments and passions. Sport has always been a huge part in her life. Rosi's other big passions are music, animals and her family. Rosi is very excited to be part of the Osten Victor team. 

Rosi can be reached at


What we’re trying to do is build high-end quality programs. We’ve studied all the best programs, not only in the country but internationally, to develop best practices, looking at what they do that distinguishes their programs and helps to produce players. 

One of the things we’ll be putting here eventually is technology – cameras on the court, advanced analytics, break down video. That’s a real game changer. A lot of coaching has always been with a basket of balls – very traditional. Now we can do something that’s pretty unique.

Danny Da Costa, General Manager

Stefano Roganti

We are grateful for the support we have received from the Province and Municipal Government, which has made the development of this facility a reality. To former MLA the Honourable Jonathan Denis, the present MLA Brandy Payne, the Government of Alberta, Mayor Nenshi, Councillor Gian Carlo Carra, members of City Council and the staff of the City Department of Parks & Recreation our sincere appreciations for your encouragement, your support and financial assistance. This tennis centre will allow thousands of our citizens to participate and enjoy the active and healthy sport of tennis for many years to come.

Ron Ghitter, Chairman

Stefano Roganti

The OSTEN & VICTOR Alberta Tennis Centre will benefit the Calgary tennis community tremendously with year round access to tennis, affordable programs for players of all ages and abilities and opportunities to host world-class national and international events. 

Daniel Nestor, 12x Grand Slam Doubles Champion & Olympic Gold Medalist

Stefano Roganti

Tennis is now the fastest growing of the traditional sports in Canada,” said board vice-chair Glen Scott, who is also past president of Tennis Alberta.

"We want to make this the most technologically enabled tennis centre in North America and my personal opinion is it will be housing the best young players in the west. But equally as important, we want to give Albertans a place to play.

Glen Scott, Vice Chairman

Stefano Roganti