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Chicago District Tennis Association (CDTA)


2200 East Devon Avenue, STE 319, Des Plaines, IL 60018

Main: cdta@msn.com or 847-803-2382

District League Coordinator USTAchicago@comcast.net

Junior Developement Coordinator: leah.cdta@gmail.com


CONGRATULATIONS to the #1 Ranked Players in 2014.


 ┬╗Latest CDTA News

2015 USTA/Midwest Section Celebrates Black Futures Month

February is Black History Month, and the USTA/Midwest Section is honoring the past by celebrating our future by highlighting current local junior players, volunteers and coaches throughout the month. Read More

USTA School Tennis In-Service Training on 3-13-15, Registration Deadline 2-27-15, Space is Limited

USTA School Tennis In-Service Serving Your School All You Need For Teaching Tennis in Your PE Classes. Please see next page for more info> Read More

PowerShares Challenge VIP Experience with McEnroe, Roddick, Blake, Courier Thurs. April 2nd.

See the next page and see how you can play with the Pros, go backstage and attend the player party! Read More

iTPA Midwest Workshop from 9 am - 5 pm on Saturday, April 11th in Naperville

The International Tennis Performance Association will be conducting a workshop for tennis coaches wanting to take their training to the next level. The workshop will Include 8 hours of instruction with a combination of on-court and classroom sessions focused on footwork/movement, tennis training and sports science. Neeru Jayanthi, Cesar Morales, Lalo Vicencio and Oliver Stephens will be presenting. Lunch is included. See next page for information and how to save your spot! Read More

Junior Tennis Camp Scholarships Now Available

The USTA Midwest Junior Tennis Camp Scholarship Program gives dozens of young athletes the unique opportunity to attend a summer camp, free of charge. All Camp Scholarship Donors agree to donating the tuition cost of one session or one week of camp. By doing so, the camp provides a tennis player with an experience he or she otherwise might not be able to afford. Anyone who is under the age of 13 and is not entering high school can apply for a scholarship. Read More