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USTA Southeast Michigan District Website!


The USTA - Southeast Michigan District is the local district of the United States Tennis Association - the national governing body of tennis in the U.S. We are one of 14 districts that comprise the Midwest Section (headquartered in Indianapolis). We are a not-for-profit organization committed to tennis and growing the game.

The Southeast Michigan District is made up of the following counties of Michigan: Hillsdale, Lenawee, Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw and Wayne. Over 10,000 youth and adults are members of our District.

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Wheelchair Not a Barrier to Two State Championships

Dan Bolhouse, Varsity Boy’s and Girl’s Tennis Coach at Forest Hills Central High School (Grand Rapids, Mich.) talks to his players about overcoming barriers and being the best they can be. “Everyone has challenging times in sports, and in life,” he said. “It’s how we react and move forward which defines us as a person and a player.” Coach Bolhouse considers this an important message because he speaks from experience. Read More

USTA Midwest to Host Wheelchair/Adaptive Tennis Training May 21

USTA Midwest will host a Wheelchair/Adaptive Tennis Training May 21st at Lima Westwood Tennis Club. Morning session is adaptive tennis (conducted by Nancy Hoekstra), followed by the wheelchair training (conducted by Lynn Bender) after lunch. The evening will consist of an adaptive/wheelchair mixer open to public. Cost of just training is $35; with one hotel night $40; with two hotel nights $60. Registration online. Read More


For the 2016 Summer League, the Southeast Michigan District is bringing back the Tennis Ethics and Basic Rules Seminar. Read More

Midwesterners Shine at ASICS Easter Bowl Championships

Midwesterners ruled on Sunday on the final day at the 49th Annual ASICS Easter Bowl as a longtime former Illinois resident Gianni Ross, and Westerville, Ohio, native Alexandra Sanford both won prestigious ITF singles titles at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. Read More

WMU women's tennis team provides support for family of Brussels terrorist attack

Thanks to a former neighbor, the Western Michigan women's tennis team jumped at a chance to support the daughters of a victim from the tragic terrorist attack at Brussels' Zaventem international airport. Read More