About the Team

The UBC Men’s tennis team is a highly competitive member of the Thunderbirds Sports Clubs (TSC) and your current National Champions, winning the 2022 Canadian University Tennis Championship. The team participates at the highest rank of University tennis in Canada, competing against teams from across the country. Tryouts are held each year to keep the team competitive and to bring fresh players to the roster. The competitive season starts mid-February and ends in August with the Canadian National Championships, held alongside the Rogers Cup. Our goal is to earn a spot at the Canadian National Championships and bring home a win for UBC.

For recruitment, donations, sponsorships, or any other inquiries please email us at menstennis.sc@ubc.ca

Tryouts for the 2022/2023 season are now open. Barring any unforeseen circumstances, we will be holding in-person tryouts for the 2022/2023 season on Monday, September 12th from 7:30-9:30 pm.

If you’re interested in joining the team for the 2022/2023 season please sign up here. If you have any questions in the meantime, please email us at menstennis.sc@ubc.ca

 

Why You Should Join:

The team comprises of 12 students each year, who are extremely passionate and determined to both better their game, and bring success to the team. Each year we look for new players who will match our drive and spirit to elevate our collective results to new levels. We invite anyone who is interested to try out for the team. Through tough practices, tight competitions, and traveling, the team bonds together creating lifelong memories and relationships. We are an extremely tight-knit group of players, always supporting one another whether it be in sport or in each other’s academic journeys.

 

Eligibility Requirements:

The current team members maintain a high and competitive level of tennis. Previous experience in both practice and match situations is highly recommended for prospective players. What we expect of all UBC Men’s Tennis student-athletes throughout the season:

  • Attendance of all 3 weekly practices
  • Attendance at all competitions such as; Provincials, Westerns, Nationals, friendly matches
  • Attendance at all fundraising events such as; Tennis Mixer, etc.
  • Best effort and attitude at all competitions, practices, etc.

 

Team Fees: 

Team fees vary depending on the number of competitions, roster sizes, fundraising, etc. Fees generally range between $50 to $150 per term, plus a mandatory ~$120 fee for our team apparel. Exact costs will be determined at the start of the season and will be announced well in advance.

 

Practice Schedule:

  • (2x) 2-hr weeknight on-court practice at the UBC Tennis Centre
  • (1x) 2-hr weekend on-court practice at the UBC Tennis Centre

*Exact days and times will be provided once the roster is established, to accommodate all student-athletes.

 

Competition Schedule:

    The competition schedule will be determined at a later time.

*All dates, times, matches and the National Championships will be determined at a later time (TBD)


2021-2022 Men’s National Canadian Champions

2021-2022 Men’s Western Canadian Champions

2021-2022 Men’s BC Regional Champions

2019-20 Men’s BC Regional Champions

2019-20 Men’s Western Canada Finalists

2018-19 Men’s BC Regional Champions

2018-19 Men’s Western Canada Finalists

2017-18 Men’s BC Regional Champions

2017-18 Men’s Western Canada Finalists

2016-17 Men’s BC Regional Finalists

2015-16 Men’s BC Regional Champions

2015-16 Men’s Western Canada Finalists

The UBC Men’s Tennis team has been a part of UBC’s Thunderbird Sport Clubs program since it’s inception in 2015. We are the official UBC representatives for tennis. Prior to TSC, the Tennis team belonged to the AMS, where the team achieved Nationals qualifications in both 2012 and 2013.

Name Position Email
Andrew Oh Marketing and Communications Officer menstennis.sc@ubc.ca
David Zoric Club Lead menstennis.sc@ubc.ca
Graeme McIntosh Fundraising Officer menstennis.sc@ubc.ca
Martin Lorayes Travel & Safety Officer menstennis.sc@ubc.ca
Noah Bettauer Club Lead menstennis.sc@ubc.ca
Thomas Ford Fundraising Officer menstennis.sc@ubc.ca
Victor Miglo Finance Officer menstennis.sc@ubc.ca

The UBC Thunderbirds Men’s Tennis Sport Clubs will be hosting multiple competitions, events, and fundraisers throughout the year, stay tuned for more information.

For top quality rackets, runners and athletic gear, check out our friends at Rackets and Runners, located at 3880 Oak St. in Vancouver!

 



UBC Thunderbirds Sport Clubs - Men's Tennis
6000 Student Union Blvd.
Student Recreation Centre
Vancouver, BC
V6T 1Z1


604-822-3683 menstennis.sc@ubc.ca

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