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A Tennis Canada ``Gold Tennis Center``

From its humble beginnings in 1975, the Aliassime Academy has become the leading tennis academy in Quebec City, Canada. In 1990, the Academy took a competitive turn by founding Quebec City’s first full-time tennis-study program and has since earned awards at the national level.

The Academy’s mission is to share its passion for tennis with players of all ages, levels, and backgrounds. We aim for excellence while promoting fundamental values such as respect, discipline, work ethics, and determination.


No matter your age, level or goals, our aim is to pass on our passion for tennis. Whether it be just for fun or to become the best tennis player you can possibly be, the Aliassime Academy has a program for you!


The Academy is proud to rely on a team of passionate and certified tennis professionals.


The Academy has had 20 Canadian national champions among its ranks and has seen over 50 players receive a tennis scholarship at the NCAA level.


Register online for our regular programs! Get in touch with us for elite or custom programs.


New this year: two athletes will be awarded the Herisset Scholarship ($5000) at the International and National levels. The athlete selected must represent the Academy’s value and showcase great performances and potential. Please communicate with Sam Aliassime to apply for the 2020-2021 season.


The Academy aims to share its passion for tennis to all, regardless of their age, sex, and socioeconomic background. The Academy has made giving back a priority through initiatives such as the Free Mega-Clinic on September 14 and programs such as “Redonner au suivant”.


Our main goals? Share our passion for tennis while spreading positive values. At the Academy, we emphasize values such as respect, commitment, fighting spirit, passion and perseverance.


Keep up with the academy’s latest news and our athletes’ performances.
13 Janvier

Two athletes will be awarded a $5,000 scholarship

The Aliassime Tennis Academy is introducing a new Tennis Excellence scholarship. The Herisset Scholarships will reward two athletes performing on the national and international level. Both athletes (boy or girl) will receive a $5,000 subsidy for the 2020-2021 season to help them with their tennis development. To be eligible for the scholarship, the student-athlete must maintain an exemplary academic average…

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26 Décembre

The Academy will host a G5 ITF Tournament in September 2020

The Aliassime Team is proud to announce that it will host its first international competition, in September 2020. Two years after the last edition of the National Bank Cup, a G5 ITF junior event is coming to town, from September 14 to 18. The tournament will welcome girls and guys 18 years and younger from all around the world, and…

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26 Décembre

Gabriel Diallo reaches the doubles final at the East Lansing 15K

Gabriel Diallo, a Team Aliassime athlete, reached his first-ever final at the professional level. Now apart of the University of Kentucky's Men's Tennis team, the Quebec athletes is quickly continuing his progression. Recently, he reached the doubles final of the 15K ITF event in East Lansing, in Minnesota, with his doubles partner Millen Hurrien from Great Britain. In singles, he…

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26 Décembre

The Aliassime Team collects trophies in Palm Beach

The Aliassime Team shone bright this December at the Little Mo tournament in Palm Beach, Florida, our 10 and 11 years old players winning a total of four trophies. In higher age groups, Marilou won all three events - singles, doubles, and mixed doubles, while Juliette ranked 3rd in singles and won the doubles title with her friend Marilou. Good…

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