There are many different tournaments you can participate in throughout the year and you don’t have to be an advanced player to play. Each of the tournaments have different divisions to accommodate all skill levels. There is a tournament fee that covers the cost of supplies, awards/prizes and court rental.

  • GLTA: The Gay and Lesbian Tennis Alliance (GLTA) sanctions tennis tournaments all over the world, in places like Canada, USA, England, Italy, Germany and Australia. These tournaments allow you to earn points towards your ranking. The Canadian Gay Open presented by Babolat (CGO) is our international tournament and takes place in May during the Victoria Day long weekend. This is Canada's largest GLTA sanctioned tournament and attracts over 150 participants.
  • TLGTA: With the exception of CGO, most of TLGTA's tournaments have smaller draw sizes, smaller entry fees and are held at the North York Winter Tennis Club.


Tournament League Dates Organizers
Rust Remover - B Division TLGTA April 20: 11am-4pm April 21: 11am-4pm Director: Paolo Ferrari Assistant: Jerome Johnson
Rust Remover - A & C Divisions TLGTA

April 27: 11am-9pm 
April 28: 11am-6pm

Director: Ian Salmon Assistant: David Bradstock
Canadian Gay Open presented by Babolat (CGO) GLTA May 18-20 Directors: Andrew Matheson & Inouba Konjengbam
The PrEP Clinic Classic TLGTA June 8: 11am-9pm
June 9: 11am-6pm
Director: Ian Salmon Assistant: Gary Laranja
The Steamworks Open TLGTA July 6: 11am-7pm
July 7: 11am-6pm
Director: Ian Salmon Assistant: Jerome Johnson
TLGTA Doubles Championships TLGTA July 27: 11am-7pm
July 28: 11am-6pm
Director: Bobby Nijjar Assistant: David Bradstock
TLGTA Singles Championships - B Division TLGTA September 21: 11am-4pm

September 22: 11am-4pm
Director: Paolo Ferrari Assistant: Jerome Johnson
TLGTA Singles Championships - A & C Divisions TLGTA September 28:

September 29:
Director: Ian Salmon Assistant: David Bradstock

GayTP Division Points

Players receive TLGTA points based on their participation in TLGTA Singles Tournaments. Each division has a point allocation as outlined below. Starting from 2016, TLGTA will keep a running total of points for each participant. TLGTA points are calculated using the sum of your last 4 TLGTA singles tournaments.

Your GayTP division ranking is determined by which number is higher, your TLGTA Points or your GLTA Tournament Entry points. The higher number is used to determine which division you can play in and seeding. Players can play in higher divisions than their point allocation, but they may not play in a lower division. The tournament director will have final say on your division.

Round A Division Points
[Max 42500]
B Division Points
[Max 4250]
C Division Points
[Max 425]
Round of 16 100 10 1
Quarter-finals 2500 250 25
Semi-finals 5000 500 50
Final (L) 7500 750 75
Final (W) 10000 1000 100
Consolation (W) 2500 250 25
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