Greater Madison Tennis Association

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

Upcoming events

    • 02/12/2017
    • 04/23/2017
    • 8 sessions
    • Nielsen Tennis Stadium
    • 11

    Age and level information: Middle school though high school for advanced beginners through advanced level players. The program is not appropriate for true beginners or elite level juniors.

    Enrollment limit and registration: The program is limited to 56 kids. 

    Program format: The program is a league designed to give kids match experience in a relaxed atmosphere. Each week, the kids will play at least one match in which they will record scores on provided score cards. During the first two weeks or so, the kids will be assigned to one of several age or experienced-based groups. The nature of the groups varies from year to year based on make-up of that year's players. Some years, the best break down is to have an A, B, and perhaps a C group. In other years, we have used an age-based system (U18, U14, etc.).

    Play is mainly doubles due to the number of kids, but there are usually opportunities for singles play over the course of the program. Because of time constraints, matches are not full matches. Instead, with doubles, players will play four TOTAL games (not first to four) with each person on their assigned court. Since there will be four players, that will amount to three rounds. Player A will play with player B for four games, then with player C for four games, and then with player D for four games, etc. Anytime the score is 2-2, the kids are to play a tie break (first to seven points). Occasionally and when instructed, the kids will play eight total games, instead of four, or a pro-set to eight. Matches will be assigned each week, but friends and doubles partners will have plenty of opportunities to play together. Singles matches will be one eight-game (first to 8) pro set with a tie break at 7-7. Scoring for all matches will be N0-ADD unless otherwise instructed. Occasionally, we may do some other game-based activities for part of the morning. Details on how the league is scored week to week will be posted later in the fall.

    Program Coordinator:  JW Miller; jwmiller99@gmail.com; 608-628-6091



    • 04/17/2017
    • 06/26/2017
    • Greater Madison

    Questions? email roundrobin@gmtatennis.org

    The 2017 GMTA Spring Round Robin Tournament is open for registration. Registration runs through 4/10/2017. You will receive an email once everything is completed for play on the website.

    The GMTA Round Robin is a round robin singles tournament that takes place every spring and late summer/fall. The spring tournament usually starts in early April. The fall tournament usually begins in late August or early September.

    The Round Robin will run for 4-10 weeks depending on the number of people in your particular rating. Each participant plays one match per week. Non-league setting for NTRP ratings 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5. If you don't have an NTRP rating, use your best estimate according to the guidelines. There is no set time or place for matches. Players contact their opponent each week to set up a time and location.

    • 06/12/2017
    • 06/22/2017
    • 8 sessions
    • Quann Tennis Park
    • 18

    The Quann program is intended for committed players who want to improve all aspects of their tennis game: technique, tennis specific fitness, and tactics. The program is suitable for a wide spectrum of players, ranging from advanced beginners on a high school 9th grade team to many varsity level players. It is not appropriate for advanced tournament players or true beginners. Activities will include an array of drills (feeding, live ball, and game-based), conditioning work, and mental toughness training. The program also uses video analysis to help players improve. Each session is limited to 18 players! 

    • 06/13/2017
    • 07/27/2017
    • 15 sessions
    • Greater Madison
    This is a seven week program designed for boys and girls, 18 years of age and younger. This is a competitive program only. Players must know how to play tennis and score. The program starts on June 13 and is two days a week except for the last week, which is the season ending 3-day individual tournament. Every day will start at 6:30 AM an end at 8:00 AM. Tuesdays will be a practice or rain make-up match day. Thursdays will be match days. The individual tournament will take place on the last week with medals going to top finishers. Transportation to away matches (once per week) is provided by the parents. Parents are expected to help out with transportation at least once during the session. Some sites do not have readily available water sources, so players are responsible for bringing their own container with water.


    Must register by June 3 to guarantee t-shirt.

    • 06/26/2017
    • 07/06/2017
    • 7 sessions
    • Quann Tennis Park
    • 18

    The Quann program is intended for committed players who want to improve all aspects of their tennis game: technique, tennis specific fitness, and tactics. The program is suitable for a wide spectrum of players, ranging from advanced beginners on a high school 9th grade team to many varsity level players. It is not appropriate for advanced tournament players or true beginners. Activities will include an array of drills (feeding, live ball, and game-based), conditioning work, and mental toughness training. The program also uses video analysis to help players improve. Each session is limited to 18 players! 

    • 07/10/2017
    • 07/20/2017
    • 8 sessions
    • Quann Tennis Park
    • 17

    The Quann program is intended for committed players who want to improve all aspects of their tennis game: technique, tennis specific fitness, and tactics. The program is suitable for a wide spectrum of players, ranging from advanced beginners on a high school 9th grade team to many varsity level players. It is not appropriate for advanced tournament players or true beginners. Activities will include an array of drills (feeding, live ball, and game-based), conditioning work, and mental toughness training. The program also uses video analysis to help players improve. Each session is limited to 18 players! 

    • 07/24/2017
    • 08/03/2017
    • 8 sessions
    • Quann Tennis Park
    • 17

    The Quann program is intended for committed players who want to improve all aspects of their tennis game: technique, tennis specific fitness, and tactics. The program is suitable for a wide spectrum of players, ranging from advanced beginners on a high school 9th grade team to many varsity level players. It is not appropriate for advanced tournament players or true beginners. Activities will include an array of drills (feeding, live ball, and game-based), conditioning work, and mental toughness training. The program also uses video analysis to help players improve. Each session is limited to 18 players! 

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