Greater Madison Tennis Association

GMTA is a non-profit organization promoting tennis in Madison for over 25 years.


  • 03/04/2022 3:57 PM | Tim Nott (Administrator)
    From a forwarded email from UW Men's head coach Danny Westerman

    Why Wisconsin






    Hello Friends of Badger Men's Tennis,

    We had a great weekend on the road in the Pacific Northwest splitting a pair of matches versus the Pac-12.  We started the weekend with a very good win over a tough Oregon team.  Oregon has had a very solid start to their season including a huge home win over Pepperdine, but your Badgers were up to the task.  We started off strong by winning the doubles point, and getting a quick win by Daniel Nuzhny at #6 to put us up 2-0.  After a loss at #1, Sebastian Vile earned a straight set win at #4 to put us up 3-1.  The clinching point would prove very tough to win as we were in 3rd sets in the final three matches.  Tim Dzhurinskiy came up with the clinching 4th point with a 2-6, 7-6 (2), 6-4 win after saving match point in the second set.  Parts capped off the 5-2 team win with another come from behind singles 3-set win for the Badgers.  

    Sunday's match versus Washington proved to be a little too tough.  We started the morning great earning the doubles point with wins at #1 and #3.  Unfortunately, we could only pick up one win in singles with Dzhurinskiy at #5.  Washington is currently 9-3 and just came off hosting the ITA National Team Indoor Championships and was very sharp on their home courts.  

    Full Recaps and box scores below:

    UW vs Oregon--5-2 Win 

    UW vs Washington--2-5 Loss HERE

    We are very excited to play back at home this Saturday at Noon versus a very good Western Michigan team.  WMU has played a tough schedule so far and is currently 4-5 on the season including a 6-1 win over Michigan State.  We expect a very competitive match and having a great crowd will certainly help us this Saturday.  Hope to see you at Nielsen Tennis Stadium (Indoors) this Saturday at Noon!

    Feel free to follow us on any and all of our social channels for all the latest updates by clicking on any of links below.  As always, thank you for your continued support!

    On, Wisconsin!

  • 03/03/2022 7:32 AM | Tim Nott (Administrator)

    News from the City of Madison Parks Division

    The City of Madison Parks Division is proposing to rebuild the tennis courts at Rennebohm Park beginning in 2022. 
    A public information meeting to discuss the project is planned for:

    Thursday, March 10, 2022 at 6:00PM


  • 02/07/2022 9:13 PM | Tim Nott (Administrator)

    RALLY THE FAMILY & Cheer the Badger Women

    The annual ITA Division I National Women’s Team Indoor Championship to crown a national champion showcases sixteen of the top women’s Division I teams including the Wisconsin Badger Women the weekend of February 11 – 14.

    To register for the on-court experience/coin toss, Coach Kelcy is asking for players, adults, or youth ages 13 and under, who cannot attend next Thursday's event, to contact her directly at Kelcy McKenna.


    Adult Players: name, email, cell #; t-shirt size.

    Youth ages 13 and younger: Player Name, age, school attending, t-shirt size. Parent Name, email, cell #.

    USTA Wisconsin, in partnership with the Greater Madison Tennis Association is sponsoring an on court FAMILY event on the EVE of the tournament. USTA staff will be joined by local tennis professionals and coaches to lead on court activities for players of all ages and skill levels.

    WHEN: Thursday, February 10th; 6 – 7:30pm

    WHERE: Nielsen Tennis Stadium

    WHO: Kids ages 7 & older, Adults 18-100

    COST: It’s FREE and it’s fun!

    Register here:


  • 10/07/2021 9:31 PM | Tim Nott (Administrator)


    This innovative tennis game is designed for people (18+) who experience Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and their service dogs. It provides a fun way to create rapport between your human opponent, your dog, and most importantly, your fellow teammates!

    Register before 11/2/21 at

    First Service Doubles_John Powless.pdf

  • 06/11/2021 7:14 AM | Jeremy Parrish (Administrator)

    Attention Junior tennis players:

    This is a friendly reminder that today (Friday, June 11) is the last day to register for the USTA Junior Summer FLEX League.

  • 05/27/2021 11:46 AM | Tim Nott (Administrator)

    Tennis Instructors for Youth and Adult

    Start Date: June 14, 2021

    End Date: July 30, 2021

    Salary - $12.00 hour

    Hours of work: 9 am to noon Youth, 9 am to 3 pm Youth,

    5 pm to 8:20 pm Adult

    Total hours per week 15 to 30

    Tennis experience a must

    Contact: Greg Roscoe @ [email protected]

    Office phone 608-204-3034

  • 05/26/2021 11:52 AM | Tim Nott (Administrator)

    The Wisconsin Tennis Association presents FREE instructor

    training for organizations providing summer tennis lessons.

    Meet and learn from USTA certified tennis professional and

    instructor ERIK SEIFERT. USTA’s Net Generation Curriculum

    will be used.

    Submission form:

    Recreational Coach Training 2021.pdf

  • 05/12/2021 10:07 AM | Jeremy Parrish (Administrator)

    Click to download PDF

  • 04/12/2021 9:55 AM | Jeremy Parrish (Administrator)

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