A unique experience.

The National Bank Canadian junior open Championships

A prestigious junior tennis tournament taking place in Repentigny since 1985.

More than 30 years of history!

The National Bank Junior Open Championships will hold this year its 35th edition in Repentigny. Such a long history granted the tournament prestige and a reputation that transcends across the Québec and Canadian borders. The tournament has known success that has had repercussions all over the globe and now, after three decades of achievements, it is important to look back on its successful history.

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Accommodate an athlete!

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, champion in 2002 and now ranked 11th in the world, with his foster family, the Jeté’s.

Would you like to contribute to the accommodations of an athlete? This is your golden ticket to get involved at an international tournament and be able to interact with high level athletes.

On the photo: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, champion in 2002 and now ranked 11th in the world, with his foster family, the Jeté’s.

Parc Larochelle
Repentigny
August 30th to
September 5th 2020
Free
Admission

News

Shapovalov en action en 2018
07 Aug 2019
It has become an annual gathering tennis fans look forward to. Tennis lovers will have the opportunity to follow through on the Rogers Cup momentum by moving from Montreal to Repentigny for the National Bank Canadian Junior Open Championships.
Read Daphné Marinucci
directeur Paolo Sorrella des deux succursales au 7500, boul. des Galeries d’Anjou et au 8200, avenue de Châtillon, la vice-présidente régionale Paola Decicco, le conseiller Marc Arthur Joly, la SCR Ismailova Inabat, et la stagiaire Daphné Marinucci
12 Jul 2019
We are now halfway through the Banque Nationale Tour and we wanted to share with you the best moments of the last two weeks.
Read Daphné Marinucci
Doris Gagné et Marta Kostiuk
25 Jun 2019
Doris Gagné is back this year and she will be offering her home to an athlete for a second time. Last year, she had the chance to host Marta Kostyuk, the winner of the tournament, her mother and her trainer. Now she is telling us what a memorable experience she has lived with them.
Read Daphné Marinucci