Team Canada Women's Kayak Team recently participated in a cross-training event at the Daniel Nestor Tennis Centre. We believe that tennis is a great secondary sport for athelets and the perfect cross-training exercise. Tennis promotes hand/eye coordination, is a great cardio experience and will help build team spirit.
During a recent visit to the DNTC the National Kayak Team learned basic tennis skills, played tennis games, challenged their new techniques in team events and watched an exhibition match played by our own Teaching Pros.
David Green works closely with several National, Provincial and other teams to give athletes an opportunity to learn the game of tennis and consider tennis as a cross training opportunity. Tennis is a low impact sport with very limited injury potential. If you are interested in your team visiting the centre and taking advantage of tennis for teams please call us at 902-423-3682 or email Dave Green at firstname.lastname@example.org. your team can experience the advantages of cross-training with tennis.
Junior Programming At DNTC
Summer camp fun at the DNTC!
The Daniel Nestor Tennis Centre is an indoor facility with 6 HarTru Clay courts.
Programming is offered seven days a week for juniors and adults. All of our instructors are Tennis Canada certified with years of experience and all dedicated to the growth of tennis in our community.
Daniel Nestor is a Grand Slam Champion and Olympic gold medal winner. During Daniel's visit he runs programming with junior and adult members.
The Daniel Nestor Tennis Centre is located just off of HWY 102 and about 10 minutes from the Halifax Airport and 25 minutes from downtown Halifax. We have a 6 acre piece of property that includes up to 15 courts in future developments along with a stadium.
We have wheelchair access and tennis programming available.
The Dalhousie Tennis team trains out of the Daniel Nestor Tennis Centre (DNTC) and recently won the first University Challenger held at the DNTC. They are seen here holding the Nestor Cup. Other Universities in attendance included Memorial University and Acadia University. St. Mary's University and University of New Brunswick are both planning teams for next season which will allow for Tier 1 and 2 teams.
Time To Drill is an event that is between 3 and 5 hours long with refreshments to keep you hydrated and nourished on the courts.
Participants in the Time to Drill saturday event take a time out for photos.
Junior development is important at the DNTC and we offer a wide variety of opportunities for juniors to participate in. This includes weekly programming, junior tournaments, Summer Camps, Team Tennis and junior elite programs. DNTC staff visits local schools to showcase tennis and the opportunities for kids to play.
Junior Elite Programming in action.
Junior Progressive Programming. Smaller courts and junior racquets make it a fun learning environment.
Bathroom facilities include showers.
Daniel Nestor memorabilia on display, including his racquet from the ATP finals event in China, the 2015 Davis Cup team shirt signed and other items.
The DNTC lobby has a large screen TV with comfortable seating.