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The following core members of the coaching team are supported by other highly qualified experts with a passion for the sport. Training, tournaments and events are organized by Anthony Glavanic.

Anthony Glavanic


Certified Canadian tennis professional with a passion for tennis, Anthony Glavanic learned the game from his father at an early age.  He further progressed under direction from the likes of Tennis Canada Hall of Famer, Pierre Lamarche, and Bill Anderson, to become a top 25 player in the country. At the age of 16, Anthony launched the London Italian Open that has since been a main stop with the Ontario Tennis Association. It is now in its 35th year and is part of the All Level Tennis nine-tournament series- catering to men, women and junior players from novices to those top ranked at the national level.

Anthony founded All Level Tennis to promote the sport to a broad cross-section of players on both a competitive and social level, ensuring fun and challenging play for each ability. Anthony is certified with Tennis Canada and is also co-coach of Western University men’s tennis team - perennial champions, including three consecutive OUA championships from 2012 to 2014 and the 2017 Canadian University Men's Tennis Championship.  Anthony received the 2016 Excellence Award from Tennis Canada.

Dino Sartoretto

A former OTA ranked open player with 25 years coaching experience including the role of assistant coach to Western University's 8 time OUA champion men's tennis team.


"Anthony was an amazing person to work with. He developed my aggressive game style that has made me the player I am today. It is important to plan for the future when developing young tennis players, and I think he did this so well. He never stressed the importance of winning or losing in my younger years. The thing we focused on were taking the ball early and taking initiative in rallies instead of waiting for opponents to miss. More importantly, he is a very fun guy to work with. I always had so much fun on the court with him, which made tennis that much more enjoyable for me. I cannot thank him enough for the work he put in to my game and my life."

Josh Lapadat ( All Level Tennis Partipant)

University of Kentucky

"Anthony was one of my first coaches growing up. He has always given amazing yet simple advice from when I was 5 until today. He always kept things fun but worked me hard. I am very glad he coached me and taught me many things on and off the court. I am grateful to still be close with him and I hope I will always have him to go to for advice."

Kayla Cross 

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