The Bridgewater Tennis Club is the second oldest club in Canada. Steeped in history, the club is looking to revitalize its membership and improve the programs it offers to members.

Want to become a member? Go to our Join page for more details.

If you are a club member and are interested in becoming a board member of the Bridgewater Tennis Club, then please send an e-mail to bdubtennisclub@gmail.com highlighting your interest and what role you might like to play on our team.

Current Board Members

President: Jon Risser
Vice President: Jessica McDonald

Junior Program: Evan Monahan
Treasurer: Sam Eldridge-Crouse
Secretary: Sandra Joudrey
Member at Large: Jamie Heim


Contact Club President: Jon Risser
Tennis Club: bdubtennisclub@bridgewater.ca 

Mailing Address:

237 Glen Allan Dr, Bridgewater, NS B4V 4A5


The Bridgewater Tennis Club has a very rich history. Established in 1890, it is the second oldest tennis club in Canada. The summer of 2018 marked 128 years of continual recreation for the residents of the town and surrounding communities. From its inception this club has allowed local residents to develop and compete or just enjoy a social recreational game.

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Maritime Provinces Ladies Champion: Bridgewater’s Miss Olive Owen
1910, 1911, 1913


Photo Courtesy of The Desbrisay Museum

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Social tea break at the club, 1955.


Photo Courtesy of The Desbrisay Museum