Vancouver Lawn Tennis Club
Founded in 1887, in the 1890s and early 1900s, the club was the first racquets club in the city and became of the more fashionable hotspots, attracting the city elite to play at the club. The club hosted the annual Vancouver Lawn Tennis Club Championship, attracting big name players such as Bernie Schwengers who won there in 1900 and twice in 1906 in the singles and doubles.
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