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We are working to serve you better! The MTA serves the Missouri District of the USTA Missouri Valley Section. Our purpose is to promote the sport of tennis as a means of recreation, good health and sportsmanship by facilitating league programs, tournaments and other tennis-related events and activities. These programs are offered for adults, juniors, seniors, in addition to mentally or physically handicapped athletes.

Use this site to get latest information on events and activities going on throughout the Missouri District. Our hope is that this information will help you get involved in the great sport of tennis.

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NOMINATE SOMEONE WHO IS MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN TENNIS IN YOUR COMMUNITY

EMAIL YOUR NOMINATION TO THE MISSOURI DISTRICT BY SEPTEMBER 1, 2014 MELISSA SANDERS msmotennis@gmail.com or call the District Office 417-837-5826 Read More
 

Billie Jean King to Attend Lasers Season Opener Sunday

The 2014 Springfield Lasers Mylan World TeamTennis (WTT) home season opens Sunday, July 6, as the Lasers face the Philadelphia Freedoms. The match begins at 7 p.m. at Mediacom Tennis Stadium, in Cooper Tennis Complex, 2231 E. Pythian. Read More
 

Three Section Organizations Receive USTA Serves Grants

USTA Serves, the national charitable foundation of the United States Tennis Association (USTA), today announced that it has awarded more than $429,000 in grants to 46 community tennis and education organizations during its 2014 spring funding cycle. Read More
 

Donaldson Dominates Harris In Oklahoma City Open Finals

Jared Donaldson served 11 aces on his way to a 6-3, 6-2 win over unseeded Andrew Harris in the finals of the $15,000 Oklahoma City Open USTA Pro Circuit Futures event at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center.​ Read More
 

Two Lasers Matches to Be Broadcast on ESPN3

Two Springfield Lasers matches will be broadcast on ESPN3 as part of Mylan World TeamTennis and ESPN's multi-year deal. The Mylan WTT Finals will air live on ESPN2 and more than 60 hours of programming will be broadcast annually on ESPN3. Read More