Our Facility


The OSTEN & VICTOR Alberta Tennis Centre is a world-class state-of-the-art, fully accessible tennis Centre utilizing the best tennis court and lighting technology. Located just off MacLeod Trail in the heart of Acadia, Calgary SE, the Centre has been built to national and international specifications and regularly hosts provincial, national, and international tennis competitions. The Centre was awarded Tennis Canada’s Facility of the Year award in 2017, in the Centre’s first full year of operation. The Centre also hosts the Calgary National Bank Challenger (ATP & ITF Challenger Event), annually.

We are dedicated to fostering a sense of community, promoting tennis at all levels, and supporting initiatives that contribute to the sport’s growth. Come join us at the OSTEN & VICTOR Alberta Tennis Centre, where passion meets world-class excellence, and every swing is a step towards a stronger tennis community.


  • 71,000 square ft. state-of-the-art tennis and fitness Centre on 4.24 acres
  • 13 indoor tennis courts (5 courts located in the bubble)
  • 850 square ft. fitness facility
  • Food service/café located upstairs in the Rogers Lounge
  • Men’s and Women’s locker rooms with shower facilities
  • Pro-shop services and products
  • 2 Playsight technology courts
  • Administrative office


  • 2024 – Canadian Business Awards – Best Indoor Racquet Facility
  • 2024 – Canadian Sport Tourism Awards – Sponsorship Initiative Award for Calgary National Bank Challenger
  • 2024 – Highest rated ATP Challenger in Canada
  • 2023 – Canadian Sport Tourism Awards – Finalist Calgary National Bank Challenger (Sponsorship Initiative Award)
  • 2022 – Danny Da Costa was awarded Queen Elizabeth Platinum Jubilee Medal by the Province of Alberta
  • 2022 – Nick Coutts was awarded the Tennis Canada Club Professional of the Year Award
  • 2022 – ATC Chair, Ron Ghitter was inducted into the Canadian Tennis Hall of Fame – Builder Category and also received the Order of Canada award
  • 2017 – Tennis Canada Facility Excellence Award – Facility of the Year Award
  • 2005 – 2021 –  5 Tennis Canada Distinguished Service Award Recipients – Hans Maciej (2005), Ron Ghitter (2016), Glen Scott (2016), Danny Da Costa (2021) and Patrick Thomas (2021)


As Tennis popularity grows in Canada, so do the needs of the community for safe, affordable places to play. Our goals to expand the Centre and tennis availability to both members and non-members ensures tennis popularity for years to come!