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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."

Host a Play Event This March - Get a $50 Gift Card

Kick off your spring programming and host an event in March to get new players on the court and in the game. Events can be for kids and families of all ages and skill levels or host a Play Day to introduce kids to the thrill of competition. Click here to sign-up and the first 2,000 event hosts will receive a $50 Amazon.com* Gift Card.** Don't miss out on this opportunity to connect more families to your programs! Read More

Junior Tennis Camp Scholarships Now Available

The USTA Midwest Junior Tennis Camp Scholarship Program gives dozens of young athletes the unique opportunity to attend a summer camp, free of charge. All Camp Scholarship Donors agree to donating the tuition cost of one session or one week of camp. By doing so, the camp provides a tennis player with an experience he or she otherwise might not be able to afford. Anyone who is under the age of 13 and is not entering high school can apply for a scholarship. Read More

Blended Line Grants Now Available

USTA and the USTA/Midwest Section have grant money available to reimburse up to 75% of the cost of adding blended lines, permanent 36’ and 60’ courts, and other unique youth tennis courts. Now is the time to convert your courts! Download Document

Megan Green Introduced as New District League Coordinator

My name is Megan Green and I am excited to introduce myself as the new Northern Michigan District League Coordinator. Tennis has been a part of my life since I was a little girl and I am so excited for this opportunity to continue my tennis journey. Read More

2015 National Clay Court and Hard Court Championship Changes

The National Clay Court and Hard Court Championships are undergoing a series of changes for 2015. Find out what they are inside! Read More