Tennis Assessments | Youth – Jun 22 & Adult – Jun 26

Individuals who have not registered or participated in a UBC Tennis program in the past 12 months should complete a free assessment prior to registering in any upcoming fall course.

These assessments will allow patrons the chance to get their skill levels assessed by UBC Tennis Coaches so that they can provide recommendations on what levels to register in for fall 2024. Please note that completing a skill assessment does not guarantee registration in upcoming programs. 

Youth Skill Assessment | Saturday, June 22

The Youth Skill Assessment is for junior tennis players new to the UBC Tennis programs. During this session, coaches will evaluate the skills and abilities of players to ensure they are placed in a suitable program for their development. Players who are just starting out tennis do not need an assessment and should register for our Fundamental programs.

Register for the Youth Skills Assessment Day on June 22:

*Please note assessment sessions are based on age as of December 31 of the current calendar year (e.g. a child currently age 9 with a birthday prior to Dec 31 would be eligible for the U8-U10 assessment).

Adult Skill Assessment | Wednesday, June 26

Beginning Fall 2024, we are enhancing our adult tennis programs by implementing skill assessments for all levels 2.5 and above, including Staff and Faculty, Student, and Adult Performance programs. These assessments ensure players are placed in the appropriate levels and will be conducted on the first day of fall classes.

While we encourage all new participants to complete a skill assessment before registration to ensure accurate placement, attendance is not mandatory. However, players who register for a higher level without a prior assessment risk being withdrawn from the program if their skill level does not match the registered level. This process aims to streamline the placement process and provide players with the best experience suited to their skills and goals.

Register for the Adult Skills Assessment Day on June 26:

*Players who are new to tennis or have self-assessed their skill level below 2.5 do not need to attend, and can register directly for 1.0 or 2.0 programs starting on July 9.

Once registered, patrons are asked to please arrive 15 minutes early to check in, warm up, and bring tennis attire, non-marking shoes, and a racket (rackets can be borrowed if necessary).

We look forward to seeing our athletes in action and helping them take the next step in their tennis journey! If you have any questions, please email, or speak with your tennis coach or front desk staff.