Registration is open for the Lloydminster Tennis Association Border City Tournament, happening July 19-21, 2019 at the Bud Miller All Seasons Sport Park in Lloydminster. The following events are scheduled to have a draw:

Men’s Singles 4.5 and below

Men’s Singles 4.0 and below

Men’s Singles 3.0 and below

Men’s Doubles 4.5 and below

Men’s Doubles 4.0 and below

Men’s Doubles 3.0 and below

Women’s Doubles 4.0 and below

Women’s Doubles 3.0 and below

Mixed Doubles 4.5 and below

Mixed Doubles 3.5 and below

Mixed Doubles 3.0 and below

U18 Boys & Girls

(The Tournament Director reserves the right to cancel/combine events due to insufficient entries)

Players may enter a maximum of two events with entry fees as follows: Singles Events: $30, Doubles Events: $25. All entry fees include a Filipino Social on Saturday evening.

Note: This tournament does not use the Tennis Canada tournament system for its entry. To enter please contact Tournament Director Rod Shopland by phone at 780-205-4880 or by email at The entry deadline for this event is Tuesday, July 16 at 10:00 PM. Draw times will be posted on the LTA website and facebook page on Thursday, July 18 after 9:00 PM. Play will begin Friday, July 19 at 6:00 PM.

Here is a list of rules and regulations for the event:

  • This tournament is sanctioned by Tennis Saskatchewan.
  • All competitors MUST be members of Tennis Saskatchewan (if you are a member of an Affiliated Club in Saskatchewan you are a member of Tennis Saskatchewan) or another recognized Tennis Association.  To purchase an individual membership ($15.00), please contact Tennis Saskatchewan at 306-780-9410 prior to the tournament entry deadline.
  • Entry fees must be paid prior to first match.
  • Deciding match tie-break (10 Points).  When the score in a match is one set all, one tie-break game shall be played to decide the match. This tie-break game replaces the deciding final set.  The player/team who first wins ten points shall win this match tie-break and the match provided there is a margin of two points over the opponent(s).
  • “No ad” scoring will be used.
  • Consolation events will be held (subject to weather conditions).  However, the Tournament Director reserves the right to revert to an alternate method of scoring for both main draw and consolation events.
  • The 15-minute default and 5-minute warm-up rules will be enforced.
  • Players are responsible for confirming their own draw times.
  • Tennis Canada disciplinary procedures will be enforced.  The rule book “Rules of the Court” sets out the rules, regulations and format to be followed in Sanctioned Tournaments.  All Sanctioned Tournaments will be carried out according to these regulations.
  • Proper tennis attire is required during matches.