Greater Madison Tennis Association

GMTA is a non-profit organization promoting tennis in Madison for over 35 years.


  • 05/12/2021 10:07 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

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  • 03/29/2021 9:08 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Hey high school players!! USTA Wisconsin has created a competitive destination event for players ages 14 – 18 featuring three different court surfaces, grass, clay and hard. This is a team event using the World Team Tennis continuous play, timed format. Join as an individual, with a friend or bring a team of 5-6 players. Choose one event or all three. Maximum of six teams per date.

    GRASS: 6/26, 2-4 pm, Sand Valley Resort, Nekoosa Wimbledunes Jr Team Tournament

    CLAY: 7/2, 3-7pm, Cherokee Country Club, Madison Badger Classic Jr Team Tournament
    HARD: 8/7, 10am – 2pm, Green Bay Tennis Center Green Bay Packer Classic Jr Team Tournament
    Cost: $40 per date/All 3 dates paid in advance receive $20 gift card

    USTA account required. USTA Covid safety recommendations will be followed.

    Team Size: 6: Gender Neutral. Individuals will be placed on a team by the coordinator.

    Skill Level: JTT intermediate. Jr rating of 3.4 or below.

    Champion & Finalist prizes each date. Names of players attending all 3 dates will be placed into a drawing for a new Wilson racquet.


    Wimbledunes Jr Team Tournament

    Badger Classic Jr Team Tournament

    Green Bay Packer Classic Jr Team Tournament

  • 12/08/2019 2:42 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Congratulations to our very own Ryan Denu for winning the Rollie Mueller President's Award. The Rollie Mueller President’s Award has been established by the Wisconsin USTA district to recognize “commitment to excellence in the development, supervision or administration of a program or activity that motivates and serves the interests of tennis and tennis players.”

  • 08/28/2019 8:38 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Attention players ages 11 – 14. Play tennis on a team during September. Join as an individual, with a friend or bring a team of 5-6 players! Play singles and doubles. Have Fun! Enjoy friendly competition

    What: Sunday Team Tennis @ Quann

    When: September Sundays, 9/8 – 9/29. Four weeks

    Rain Date: Sunday, October 6

    2 – 4pm

    Where: Quann Park Tennis Complex

    1802 Quann-Olin Parkway.

    Format: Singles & Doubles (gender neutral)

    Pro-sets (1st to six; tie break at 5-all)

    Regular Scoring (Ad)

    Team Size: Minimum 4; Maximum 6

    Cost: $10.00 per player

    USTA Account # Required (Free)

    For More Information: [email protected] / 608-753-2840

    Click Here to Register

    Create your Net Generation account

    Go to:

    1. Click on: JOIN (free)
    2. Complete Parent Sign On
    3. Click Role: PARENT
    4. Click: ADD CHILD
    5. Complete info for child

    Parent will receive an email with child’s account number. Parent will also have an account #. Create your child’s account BEFORE September 15 to receive a free t-shirt designed by Venus Williams.

  • 07/15/2019 9:31 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Middleton High School has two (2) openings for driven and experienced candidates to coach our Girls Tennis team.

    To apply, please visit:

    Seasonal – fall (August – October). Part-time employment. Practices are held after-school/weekend hours.

    Reports Directly to: Athletic/Activities Coordinator, Building Administrator


    • Advise individual participants in the skills necessary for achievement in the activity involved
    • Plan and schedule a regular program of meetings or practices for the activity throughout the school year or season
    • Work closely with the building administrator or athletic coordinator in scheduling activities and interscholastic competitions
    • Maintain inventories and oversee storage of equipment, supplies and uniforms
    • Attend all meetings and awards programs as scheduled by the Athletic/Activities Coordinator
    • Recommend repair and/or purchase of equipment, supplies, and uniforms as appropriate
    • Maintain necessary roster information, accident reports, athletic emergency cards, activity code requirements, and similar paperwork as appropriate.
    • Oversee the safety conditions of the facility or area in which the assigned activity is conducted at all times that students are present
    • Enforce discipline and appropriate behavior at all times, establish and oversee penalties for breach of such standards by individual students as per the activities code and guidelines established by the advisor
    • Attend WIAA Rules meetings


    • Show evidence of teacher certification or WIAA approval
    • Member of the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District (preferred)
    • Possess knowledge of basic skills involved with the sport
    • Demonstrate ability to motivate participants to develop skill and appreciation for participation in the sport
    • Successful completion of the WIAA rules exam
    • Provide proof of ASEP or PACE course or examination


    Welcome to the Middleton High School Athletic Program. The mission of the athletic program is to foster the quest for

    excellence by creating an educational and competitive experience within an atmosphere of sportsmanship. We strive to

    develop and realize individual and team potential by promoting high standards of competence, character, civility and


    To apply, please visit:

  • 06/29/2019 5:36 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The MadCity Open tournament takes place on July 12-14. Kids play on Friday and Saturday. Adults play on Saturday and Sunday. Besides tennis there will be door prizes for each participant and a raffle. Register by Saturday, June 29th to receive a $10 discount on your entry fee.

    You can register at

    Click on "Tournament Registration" to sign up. Once you are signed up click on "Tournament Payments" to complete your registration.

    IF you have any question please contact the Tournament Director Ryan Reischel at (608) 628-4928.

  • 06/12/2019 10:25 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The City of Madison Parks Division is holding a second public input meeting to discuss adding lights to the roof of the water utility building in Reynolds Park. This project is a joint initiative of Madison Parks and Madison Water Utility to address requests for lights from park users.You are invited to attend this meeting to provide comments or input on the proposed project. If you cannot attend the meeting, but would like to provide comments, please contact Sarah Lerner at [email protected].

    Public Input Meeting #2
    Thursday, June 13, 2019 @ 5:30 pm
    Lapham Elementary School - Auditorium
    1045 E. Dayton Street

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