Not a Tennis PEI member? (required for Rookie Tournaments)
Register for a FREE Recreational Membership – click here
Register for August 22nd, 2020 Rookie Tournament – click here
The 4th Rookie Event of 2020 is happening Saturday February 29th.
open to all ages up 16yrs.
No Experience Necessary Points Race for Prizes
Includes pizza party Equipment provided
15 Entry Fee/Event
The Rogers Rookie Tour is a national program designed to bridge the gap between entry-level tennis and the provincial competitive junior circuit. Launched in 2009, Rogers Rookie Tours have reached thousands of juniors each year at tennis clubs and community venues throughout the country. Last year over 5,000 boys and girls across the country competed in over 300 events. The Rogers Rookie Tour encourages players to continue through the tennis pathway to become regular competitors and/or lifelong tennis enthusiasts.Boys and girls up to the age of 18 are eligible to play in Rogers Rookie Tour events. All events in the Rogers Rookie Tour are non-elimination tournaments. These type of events offer unranked or lower-ranked youngsters a fun-filled and exciting event with multiple opportunities to play. Each player is guaranteed a minimum of three matches.
For details on how to create an account:
- PROVINCES: Select ‘TENNIS PEI’ (as your provincial organization – click on the arrow)
- RULES AND REGULATION: Read and accept the user agreement
- PROFILE: Fill in your contact information
- MEMBERSHIP: Select your specific Membership Type( Recreational), Select PEI– All Regions, Select your specific Club
- ACCOUNT: Create your login ID, password, add your email address etc.
Once you have completed these steps, an email with an activation link will be sent to you from the Tennis Canada Tournament Software account. Please follow the link in the email, in order to ACTIVATE your account. This process is only completed once per player during your first event registration. Keep your account info for future event registrations.
*Signing up for a Recreational Membership does not mean you have registered for an event.*