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2016 Midwest 18 & Over Sectional Results

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Players from around the Midwest traveled to Indianapolis, Indiana August 19-21, 2016 to battle in the Adult 18 & Over Sectional Championship. Find out who emerged as champions! Read More
 

The Smash: Issue #3

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THE SMASH is a periodic email newsletter of the Alpine Regional Tennis Association (ARTA), a 501(c)(3) non profit organization formed to promote tennis in Northern Michigan. Read More
 

Champions Crowned at 2016 USTA Midwest Junior Team Tennis Championships

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The 2016 Junior Team Tennis Sectional Championships took place July 30-31st in Indianapolis, Indiana where 8 teams were crowned champions. Read More
 

Bob Champlin Honored by Northern Illinois Tennis Association as Volunteer of the Month

The Northern Illinois Tennis Association is proud to honor Bob Champlin as this month’s featured volunteer in recognition of his outstanding efforts and service to tennis. Read More
 

The Smash: Issue #2 - Tennis is Growing in Gaylord

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Tennis is growing in Gaylord! Dave Johnson, certified tennis professional and ARTA board member, has tennis instruction five days a week. From six-week programs for adults (Start/Restart) to six-week youth tennis (Peewees, ages 6-8, Tennis Buddies, ages 9-11, and Futures, ages 12-14), private and group lessons plus Monday and Wednesday technique clinics and cardio tennis workouts, Dave has the courts at Treetops hopping with fun and excitement! Read More
 

The Northern Michigan Tennis Association is a non-profit corporation which is the governing body of tennis in Northern Michigan.The officers and staff of NMTA are very pleased to provide this site for other tennis enthusiasts. We will provide information about upcoming tournaments, leagues and other events, as well as tournament and league results. The Northern Michigan Tennis Association is one of the 13 districts of the USTA/Midwest Sections, which in turn is the governing body of tennis in an area comprised of the states of Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, most of Illinois, and part of West Virginia and Kentucky. The Midwest is one of the seventeen sections of the United States Tennis Association (USTA), which in turn is the governing body of tennis in this country.

 
Our mission is to "To Promote, Develop, and Service the Game of Tennis."
 

 
 
 
 
 
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