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Chicago District Tennis Association (CDTA)
2200 East Devon Avenue, STE 319, Des Plaines, IL 60018


Mission Statement: "To Promote, Develop, and Service the Game of Tennis" 

We are one of the 13 Districts of the USTA/Midwest Section, covering Cook, Lake & DuPage Counties.

 »Latest CDTA News

The Chicago Tennis Patrons are seeking nominations for the 2014 Awards to be presented at the 26th Annual Evening of Champions (2-28-2014). DEADLINE 11-15-14

The Chicago Tennis Patrons, a not for profit tax exempt corporation will honor numerous tennis achievements at the Annual Evening of Champions Banquet, Fundraiser and Chicago Tennis Hall of Fame Induction on 2-28-15. It's a great way to connect with the tennis community. The evening begins at 6 PM with a Cocktail (Cash Bar) Reception, & at 7 PM Dinner & Awards Program. The evening helps support the Chicago District's junior tennis programs. Deadline for nominations is November 15, 2014. Read More

U.S. Sweeps Junior Davis Cup and Fed Cup BNP Paribas Finals with the help of Gianni Ross!

Congrats to Gianni Ross (Burr Ridge, IL) on helping the No. 2 USA boys’ clinched a perfect week of play when they captured a 3-0 win — without the loss of a set — over No. 4 Korea in the Junior Davis Cup on Sunday! > Read More

Special Olympics North America 15th National Invitational Tennis Championships-November 6 to 8, 2014

The CDTA & the USTA Midwest Section have given a grant for monies to be used for the Athletes & Unified Partners participating in the 15th Annual Special Olympics North America National Tennis Championships. It will cover all the registration fees, housing, and travel stipends for each of the 10 athletes. It is a fantastic 3 day tournament, presented by PTR and held at Van Der Meer Shipyard Tennis Center, Hilton Head, SC. Read More

USTA Midwest Adaptive Tennis Fun/Play Day held in Conjunction with the Davis Cup on 9-10-14

This fun filled day was hosted by Homewood-Flossmoor Racquet Club, Homewood, IL The 46 athletes traveled between 10 fun filled tennis stations working on hand-eye skills, volleys, ground strokes, and movement. For many participants, this was their first tennis experience and they look forward to more. Read More

Midwest Youth Tennis Education Foundation Announces Richard Bradley Scholarship

Seeking Donations to Sustain Scholarship Beyond 2015-The Midwest Youth Tennis & Education Foundation (MYTEF), the charitable arm of the USTA/Midwest Section, is happy to announce the establishment of the Richard Bradley Memorial Scholarship. The late Richard Bradley was a tennis supporter and volunteer in the Chicago area, devoting much of his effort on growing junior tennis. The scholarship is being started in partnership with USTA First Vice President Katrina Adams, and donations are currently being accepted towards the award. Read More

TSR Erika Wentz-Russell Expanding Territory to include Northern Chicago

TSR Manager, Jim Amick, is excited to announce that TSR Erika Wentz-Russell will be expanding her territory to include Northern Chicago, starting on September 15th, 2014. The expansion of Erika’s territory (currently all of Wisconsin) will include all areas from the border South to Evanston on the Eastside and over to the Streamwood area on the Westside including Des Plaines, Elk Grove Village, and Schaumburg. Read More

Richard Bradley Inducted into 2014 USTA Midwest Hall of Fame

The late Richard Bradley of Chicago, Illinois, (formerly of Rushville, Indiana) will be inducted into the 2014 USTA/Midwest Section Hall of Fame on December 5 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The 2014 USTA/Midwest Section Hall of Fame induction ceremony will take place at the Sheraton Keystone at the Crossing Hotel in Indianapolis during the USTA/Midwest Section’s 121th Annual Meeting. Read More

Paul MacDonald Named USTA/Midwest September Volunteer of the Month

The Chicago District Tennis Association is proud to honor Paul MacDonald as this month’s featured volunteer in recognition of his outstanding efforts. Read More