Greater Madison Tennis Association

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

Winter Midwest Youth Team Tennis (MYTT)

Nielsen Tennis Stadium

Program Coordinator: Alex and Andrew Dundas, [email protected], (414)-759-2006 (Alex), (414)-639-1215 (Andrew)

Details: This 8-week program is held at UW’s Nielsen Tennis Stadium (1000 Highland Avenue, Madison, WI) from January-March. We have scaled down the court, equipment, and racquets to better accommodate the size of the players. Whether or not your child has ever held a racquet, there’s a spot on the team for them. Every player will receive a team uniform, tennis racquet, and other great tennis items and prizes! The participation fee is $75. This program relies entirely on incredible volunteers, most of whom are college tennis players on the UW club tennis team.

Registration: Will open in October and closes in mid-December. Register at

Interested in Volunteering: We run the largest MYTT program in the Midwest and we couldn't put it on without our wonderful volunteers. Being a volunteer you can help inspire the next generation of tennis players. On top of that we pay our volunteers (last year we paid $15 per day) and provide food after each lesson. Please reach out to Alex Dundas at cell: (414)-759-2006 or email: [email protected] if you're interested in volunteering or have any questions. Even if you can't make it to all the sessions we still greatly appreciate any help we can get.

Social Media: Check out photos and videos from our program on our Facebook and Instagram pages.


“[We loved] the enthusiasm of the coaches. They did a great job keeping the kids engaged and having fun!”

“Ryan does a really good job of organizing the program and his enthusiasm is contagious! I really liked how you put the kids from the same school together and I also really like having the same instructor each week. Our son does not like playing sports usually but has a lot of fun at tennis. Great job!”

“Conveniently located, great facility, great combination of instruction and games to make it fun.”

“As a parent, I liked seeing the kids were active most of the time.”


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