Tennis Club


The Ottawa Tennis and Lawn Bowling Club organizes a number of member-only club tournaments throughout the tennis season. We also host a variety of public tournaments.

The 2022 OTLBC Doubles Tournament is underway! Click the links below to view the draws. Players must consult the online draw sheets at these links to see when their matches are scheduled:

2022 Doubles Tournament Draws:

2022 Singles Tournament Draws:

2022 Club Tournament Dates:

June: 20-24 

  • OTLBC Mixed Doubles (Intermediate & Club Championship Categories)

September: 5-9

  • OTLBC Men's Singles (Intermediate & Club Championship Categories)
  • OTLBC Women's Singles (Intermediate & Club Championship Categories)

September: 19-23

  • OTLBC Men's Doubles (Intermediate & Club Championship Categories)
  • OTLBC Women's Doubles (Intermediate & Club Championship Categories)

OTLBC Club Tournaments

To Register:
Login to your OTLBC account. Under "register for adult programs" click the "tournament tab" to view the registrations. For doubles categories you must indicate your partner’s name in the “additional information” section. Click here for detailed instructions.
There will be two divisions (Intermediate and Club Championship) if enough players register. When registering you must indicate your playing level according to the Tennis Canada “Play Tennis Self-Rating Guide”. Click here to view the self-rating guide or click here for videos to help assess your player rating. This will help the Tournament Director to place you in the appropriate category (Intermediate or Club Championship).
General information
  • Participation fee is $10 (per person for doubles tournaments). Balls will be provided. 
  • Weekday games will be played in the evening at between 5:15 PM and 9:45 PM. Weekend games may be scheduled between 9:00 AM. and 6:00 PM.
  • The format will be single knock-out. There will not be consolation rounds.
Match format
  • Except for the semi-finals and finals, all matches will be a pro set of first to eight games, winning by two games. If the score reaches 7-7, a regular tiebreak is played, the winner being the first to reach 7 points, winning by 2 points.
  • Semi-final and final matches will be two out of three sets. If tied at one set each, the third set will be a “super tiebreak”, that is, the winner is the first to reach 10 points, winning by 2 points.
  • Players are responsible for calls on their side of the net, and the opposing player/team must accept their decision. If there is any doubt, normal etiquette is to give the opponent the benefit of the doubt. Players should avoid replaying a point, though this is an option if both sides agree.  

2021 Tournament Results


Click here to view the 2019 picture collage 

Click here to view the 2020 picture collage