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Aforza has been serving Calgarians since 1974 when it was established by Rico Policarpo. Rico aspired to make tennis accessible to everyone in the city throughout the winter months. He successfully achieved this goal when he covered six outdoor public tennis courts with a bubble and attached an Atco trailer to serve as a clubhouse.
In summer 2000, Aforza expanded with four new indoor courts, a large clubhouse with men's and women's locker rooms, a well-equipped pro shop and a fully serviced lounge. We are now the largest public indoor tennis club in Western Canada.
Aforza has a long history of supporting and developing competitive tennis in Alberta. We have produced nine National Junior Champions, with many juniors having attained a national ranking of six or better. We host 16 tournaments a year for Tennis Alberta, which is more than every other club in Alberta combined.
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Founder, Rico Policarpo
Aforza is the second-oldest indoor tennis club in Calgary. We have a rich 45-year history, and we love celebrating it!
Join us as we continue to share the Aforza legacy.
Recent Academy Graduate, Arsh Bhatti; from playing Nationals for Alberta at the age of 14 to earning a Tennis
We are celebrating along with Arthur McCarthy and his family, on Feb 8th 2021 he signed with University of South
2019 Emily Granson signs with Augustana University
Graduating from the Academy in 2018, Zizi has been studying Psychology at Carthage College.
As a proud Aforza Alumni, Ayush Gupta was as dedicated to his university studies as he was to his tennis goals.
Proud Alumni, Gage Kingsmith, trained for eight years at Aforza, starting his competitive tennis career at age