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Midwest's Best Recognized at USTA Awards Ceremony

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The USTA/Midwest Section was well-represented at this year’s awards presentation during the USTA’s Annual Meeting and Conference which took place March 24-27 in Orlando, Florida. Congratulations to all of the winners! You make the Midwest proud! Read More
 

Junior Tournament Provider Incentives

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The USTA/Midwest Section has partnered with community organizations and individuals all across the USTA/Midwest Section to grow junior tournament participation. Organizers can receive incentives specifically for conducting Sanctioned Orange Ball Youth Progression tournaments and Sanctioned Single Day Showdown tournaments. Read More
 

USTA Midwest Seeks Nominations for 2017 Awards

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The USTA/Midwest Section has two deadlines for its awards each year, and the first deadline for this year is March 22, 2017. The awards for this deadline will be presented at locations around the USTA/Midwest Section during the spring and summer. Any individual may nominate a USTA/Midwest Section member, organization, etc. for a USTA/Midwest Section award. Nomination forms may be submitted through the mail, email, or online. Read More
 
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USTA Midwest Forms Players Advisory Group for High School Tennis

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One of the steps that the USTA/Midwest Section has taken is to create a student voice. In late 2016, the USTA/Midwest High School Task Force create a Players Advisory Group (PAG). The focus of this group was to go to the high school players themselves and have them assist us in educating us in the areas of communication and program set up for this population. Read More
 

Al Must Named PTR High School Coach of the Year

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Al Must, of Waterford, Michigan, has been named PTR High School Coach of the Year. For three decades, Must has been the Head Coach at Adams High School in Rochester, Michigan. He reached a milestone 400th career match win in the 2015-16 school year, and was named 2016 National High School Coaches Association Boys Tennis Coach of the Year. Not bad for a self-described “late bloomer”. Read More
 

Community Rallies to Fundraise for Special Olympics

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On Saturday, January 7th the Greater Midland Tennis Center partnered with Special Olympics Michigan to host the Team Tennis Challenge Special Olympics Fundraiser. 40 tennis players ages 11 to adult participated in a one day team tennis challenge that ultimately raised over $2,000 for Special Olympics Michigan. Robbie Waclawski of Special Olympics Michigan also provided a silent auction that raised additional funds. Read More
 
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