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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.

Please call us at (734) 421-1025 for more detailed information about any of our programs or any questions you may have. If you have any comments or suggestions for our website, please email us at




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Mike Woody Honored by Northeastern MichiganTennis Association as Volunteer of the Month

The Northeastern Michigan Tennis Association (NEMTA) is proud to honor Mike Woody as this month’s featured volunteer in recognition of his outstanding efforts and service to tennis over the years. Read More

USTA/Midwest Section Announces 2015 Hall of Fame Inductees

The USTA/Midwest Section is excited to announce its 2015 Hall of Fame inductee class which will be enshrined on February 5, 2016. Read More

Midwest 40 & Over Section Champions Emerge

Players from around the Midwest traveled to Indianapolis, Indiana August 21-23, 2015 to battle in the Adult 40 & Over Sectional Championship. Congratulations to our 2015 Sectional Champions! Read More

2015 Midwest 18 & Over Sectional Results

Players from around the Midwest traveled to Indianapolis, Indiana August 14-16, 2015 to battle in the Adult 18 & Over Sectional Championship. Find out who emerged as champions! Read More

Apply for a USTA/Midwest Committee or Sub-Committee in 2016-2017

The 2016-2017 USTA/Midwest Section Committee Appointment Process is now open for individuals to apply for committee positions for the next two-year term. Read More