Merchant of Tennis Continues as Official Retailer of the OTA

The Merchant of Tennis is proud to announce that it is the Official Retailer of the Ontario Tennis Association and host of two (2) Player Appreciation Days. 

Merchant of Tennis has been a partner of the OTA since in 1994 and has provided member clubs and OTA sanctioned tournaments with tremendous support. 

Pam Horwood, President of Merchant of Tennis, commented “We are very happy and excited to be continuing our partnership with the largest Provincial Tennis Association in Canada. Merchant of Tennis is committed to continuing to provide the OTA, its players and facility/club members, with a wide variety of top quality products and great service to further their enjoyment of their competitive and recreational play.” 

“The OTA is pleased to continue its partnership with Merchant of Tennis. They have always been a strong supporter of tennis in the province, whether at the grassroots, club or competitive level. We look forward to continuing to work with them to offer our members excellent value, service and customer support” says Executive Director of the OTA Jim Boyce.

This first Player Appreciation Day will be held on May 14th at both Merchant of Tennis locations.


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