I am a 3rd year Psychology student at Queen’s University. I enjoy spending my time doing activities that are high energy and outside. I have fond memories growing up playing tennis and I am excited to get back into playing and being around the tennis club.
Hi there! My name's Dana, and in addition to working here part time I'm currently a student at St. Lawrence College. I enjoy gardening, playing rugby, curling, and surprising my dog with new tennis balls.
Club Pro and Programs Manager
Anne is excited to bring her love of the game, managerial skills and coaching experience
to KTC this summer. She moved to Kingston in the fall of 2018 after enrolling at
Queens University in the Masters in Management Innovation and Entrepreneurship program, and is looking forward to a summer on the tennis courts while completing her degree.
Anne started coaching in the summer of 2010 at her hometown club in Nova Scotia. After
growing the junior program to over 130 members, she was recognized by the province and
was awarded the title of tennis coach of the year with her co-worker. After a successful
coaching career in Nova Scotia, Anne moved to East-Hampton, New York and developed a
progressive tennis program at a highly recognized day camp for a summer. Anne has been a
certified member of the tennis professional association of Canada for the last 9 years, has taken
courses specializing in progressive tennis and has various managerial experience in the nonprofit sector.
I am a recent business graduate from St. Francis Xavier University (StFX) and am further pursuing my accounting studies at Queens University this summer. I began playing tennis competitively at a young age and have had a passion for the sport ever since. I have three years of teaching experience in both private and group lessons. Additionally I have been the captain of the StFX tennis team for the past two years. I am excited to be instructing at Kingston Tennis Club this summer!
Jack Lott is a long-time participant in the KTC tennis community. This year, he will be serving as a Club Pro after several years of previous tennis teaching experience. He has enjoyed working in the junior programs and has taught private, semi-private and group lessons.
As a player himself, Jack was a member of the KCVI tennis team and competed in men’s doubles at the 2016 OFSAA tennis championships. Off the court, he enjoys other sports such as golf, volleyball, and hockey, both as a player and a coach. Jack is pursuing an Honours Health Science degree (BHSc) at McMaster University.
This summer he looks forward to developing his tennis teaching skills and helping everyone in the KTC community build their love of the game.
Hi guys, I'm Tristan! I have just finished my last year at Holy Cross Secondary School and will be attending the Commerce program at Queen's University in the Fall. I have taught tennis for the city and during the summers I've been an instructor at the junior camp here at the club. This year we have strengthened our camps to really focus on teaching the Progressive Tennis Approach advocated by Tennis Canada and the ITF. Campers will quickly learn to master basic tennis skills: control the ball, have rallies, and have fun! I am a Certified Instructor through Tennis Canada as well as certified for First Aid and CPR through St. John's Ambulance. In my spare time, I enjoy playing basketball, soccer, and of course tennis