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USTA Midwest EDC Combine Coming to Michigan - Sept 17

USTA Midwest will be hosting four 10 and Under player “Combines” to identify and invite 120 promising players aged 10 and under to participate in a series of four USTA Early Development Orange and Green Ball Tennis Camps throughout the summer/fall. Read More

The Smash: Issue #14

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

Job Opening: NMTA Executive Director

USTA Northern Michigan District is seeking an Executive Director. The Director is to encourage and assist volunteers and staff to promote and develop the growth of USTA Tennis in all areas of Northern Michigan. Read More

Sets in the City Event Coming to Treetops Resort

Finish off the summer tennis season with this great event! We will be playing some doubles and other competitive games in a friendly social atmosphere. Bring your own beverages, snacks and a chair and enjoy a great day of tennis. All skill levels are invited from beginners up. After the event everyone is invited back to the Treetops Sports Bar where drinks and dinner may be purchased. Download Document

Michigan Crowned 2017 Tennis on Campus National Champions

Michigan defeated the University of California, Irvine, in the final of the 2017 Tennis On Campus National Championship, 24-20, with the Wolverines’ mixed team overcoming a late deficit to deliver the victory. It was Michigan’s first TOC Nationals title. 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.

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