• Thomson Annie

    Annie (Fraser) Thomson

    Annie Thomson won seven provincial open championships in ladies’ singles; six in ladies’ doubles; and six in mixed doubles events. Annie won western Canadian titles in singles and doubles events, and was a semi-finalist in the Canadian Senior Ladies Doubles. Read more →

  • Arthur “Art” Sihvon

    Arthur Sihvon began playing tennis in 1932, and by 1938 had entered and won men’s singles, doubles, and mixed doubles titles. In the early 1950’s, Art combined his love of playing tennis with helping to teach junior and senior players. Read more →

  • Walter Martin

    Walter Martin was Canadian Inter-Collegiate champion in singles and doubles in 1925, 1926 and 1927. Walter was ranked in the top 10 in Canadian tennis between 1927 and 1933, and was the number one ranked Canadian player in 1933 and Read more →

  • John Leicester

    At age 17, John Leicester captured the Saskatchewan Junior Tennis Singles title. Leicester won the Saskatchewan championship seven times in singles, nine times in doubles, and six times in mixed doubles, and has been Western Canadian and Canadian Doubles Champion. Read more →

  • Don Hodges

    Donald “Don” Hodges

    Don Hodges began his tennis career during his high school years. From 1941 through 1968, he was the holder of many city (seven times), and provincial (four times) singles championships. He was a member of the Western Canadian Davis Cup Read more →

  • William “Bill” Ebbels

    Winning provincial tennis championships seemed to come naturally to William D. Ebbels, as he won the Saskatchewan Men’s singles crown a record eight times – 1948, 1953, 1957, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1966 and 1967 and he was runner up on Read more →

  • Doug Bruce

    During his lifetime, Doug Bruce was involved in basketball, tennis, volleyball and softball. He was regarded as an important builder of sport, especially through his service to tennis. Doug was on the executive of the Regina Tennis Club in various Read more →

  • Don Axtell

    Don Axtell

    Don Axtell began his tennis career in 1947 at the age of four. Six decades later, he’s still serving up championships. Axtell quickly made a name for himself on tennis courts across the province after making the move from San Read more →

  • James “Kirk” Kirkpatrick

    As a high school and Normal School teacher, Director of Physical Fitness and Recreation of Saskatchewan, Head of McGill University’s School of Physical Education and Dean of the Faculty of Education at the University of Saskatchewan, J.B. “Kirk” Kirkpatrick has Read more →