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Académie Ménard is one of the largest tennis schools in Canada and the only international tennis program in Montreal. He has produced reputable players like Leylah Fernandez, Taha Baadi, Stéphanie Dubois, Simon Larose, Mélanie Gloria and Christina Popescu, who have all been on WTA and ATP tours.

The academy believes in the success of all of its players not only on the pitch, but also in their personal lives.

Thus, the Ménard Academy has developed more than 100 players who have earned scholarships to attend an NCAA league school in the United States.

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We believe in the great importance in individual attention since our program is made up of a maximum of 12 players. We achieve excellence by having a ratio of 1 coach to 2 players because we believe in the power of individual attention. All coaches meet weekly to plan the player's week based on their individual needs. Not only do we plan on a weekly basis, we use periodization to make our sessions as efficient as possible. We do this for every workout when it comes to tennis, fitness and mental training.

Staying up to date with the game and modern techniques, AMA uses the latest coaching tools, such as iPads, video analysis of matches, specialized applications, etc. Our qualified coaches make it their duty to give quality lessons as well as to pass on their love of the game.

We will individualize the programming of the work to be done for each of the athletes: each athlete will have objectives according to their style of play at the level of their:  mental, fitness, footwork, serve and return, rally, attack, and defense.  

For more information, you can send us an email to the program Director and Head coach Robby Ménard at


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The goal of a sports-study program is to allow the child to consolidate sports and studies without having to sacrifice one or the other while aiming for high performance, both in sport and in school.


Here is a document that provides an overview of our program. 

For more information, you can send us an email to the program Director and Head coach Robby Ménard at



The competitive junior tennis program is for children who are advanced players or have the potential to become so. These young people want above all to compete. This aims to offer them optimal support to enable them to achieve their personal performance goals.

The competition program is established over a period of 33 weeks for the indoor season and 8 weeks for the outdoor season. An assessment is required to enroll in this program.

For more information, you can send us an email to the program Director and Head coach Luc Champanet at .

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''I loved the environment. I loved how the coaches pushed hard, the players pushed hard, it was very competitive. The facilities that they provided the players were great to improve physically and technically.''

— Leylah Fernandez, WTA Top 20 and US Open Finalist

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''They brought me from #10 to Canada to #1, with 3 Nationals Titles and my UTR [went from] 12.20 to 13.90. They gave me the vision of how to play like a professional player.''

— Taha Baadi, Current Division 1 Athlete at Wake Forest & U16 and U18 National Canadian Champion 

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