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Welcome to the official web site of the Kansas District Tennis Association! WWW.KANSAS.USTA.COM

We are working to serve you better! The purpose of the KDTA 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 state. Our hope is that this information will help you get involved in the great sport of tennis.

Click here to print the Local League Grievance Form


2014 District Awards

It's time to begin selection of the 2014 District Awards.  If you have an idea for a nomination, please submit it to Diana Christman at dchristman10s@att.net.

Click to view Award Criteria.





 The 2014 ALL Stars Event will be held in Wichita, KS.


JULY 19-20, 2014

Wichita, KS will host the 2014 Fred Johnson ALL Stars Adaptive Tennis Event July 19-20. Teams from four states in the USTA Missouri Valley Section will gather for a blend of social interaction and tennis competition.  The event will be played at the Ralph Wulz Riverside Tennis Center in Wichita.

2014 Fred Johnson ALL Stars Event Coaches' Information

Event Coordinator:  Marty Rothwell, 316-641-1993


Event Information Flyer


Thank you for your dedication to your athletes and for participating in this event.  Below you will find information that will assist you with your event planning.
Tennis Facility:  Ralph Wulz Riverside Tennis Center  551 Nims in Riverside Park
USTA Missouri Valley Team Grant/Stipend
In order to receive a grant/stipend, you must complete the following steps:
Become a USTA Oganization Member
Complete a W9 Form
Complete MV Section Grant Application Form- Deadline June 1, 2014.
Contact Jaren Glaser concerning grant/stipend questions: 913-967-9929.
Important Documents for Coaches:
Skilled Players Roster & T-shirt Form
Team Players Roster & T-shirt Form
Divisioning Form
USTA Adaptive Tennis Photo Waiver
Event Hotel
Wyndham Garden Hotel  221 East Kellogg                                                     
Reservation Phone:  316-269-2090  (Ask For Jessie)
Identify that you are part of the USTA ALL Star Tennis Event
Rate: $79.00 for a double/double   
Includes hot buffet breakfast, heated outside swimming pool and Jacuzzi.
Register your Adaptive Tennis Program
The USTA has developed a database of Adaptive Tennis Programs with the purpose of connecting tennis players with the programs available to meet their tennis needs.  Stay informed about grants, events, awards, and more. It is free to register your program.


Job Openings


Youth Tennis Specialist
Full job description and duties

1. Part-time or contractor

2. Position will assist USTA Missouri Valley in its mission to promote and develop the growth of tennis by implementing and delivering tennis in the local community.

3. Send resume and cover letter to resume1@movalley.usta.com





In 2014 the Missouri Valley Section and the Kansas District has restructured the tournament setup, schedule and points tables to directly reflect national level points tables. For the Kansas District there will be four (4) Futures Qualifier tournaments and four (4) District Championship tournaments in 2014. Click to read the entire release . . .


Check out a sampling of events coming up in 2014. More will be added as they are scheduled throughout the year.


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Homestead Country Club to Host 2013 US Open National Playoffs

2012 men's champion Clement Reix.
The USTA Missouri Valley Section announced today that Homestead Country Club in Prairie Village, Kansas, will host the US Open National Playoffs Missouri Valley Sectional Qualifying Tournament, June 27-30. Earlier today, the USTA announced the return of the US Open National Playoffs for the fourth year.  The US Open National Playoffs will again include both men’s and women’s singles, as well as mixed doubles in 2013. The USTA created the US Open National Playoffs to expand the footprint of the US Open to cities nationwide by providing the opportunity for all players 14 years of age and older to earn a berth into the US Open.

The US Open National Playoffs men’s and women’s singles champions earn a wild card into the US Open Qualifying Tournament, held the week prior to the US Open. The US Open National Playoffs mixed doubles champions receive a wild card into the main draw of the 2013 US Open.

DashboardNational Youth Tennis Retail Promotion Underway
Plans are underway for more than 1 million racquet hang-cards displaying youth tennis equipment educational messaging to hit the shelves of mass merchants, chain sporting goods stores, and pro/specialty tennis retailers starting later this year and into 2013.

These racquet hang-cards, which clearly define age appropriate equipment and will be placed on youth tennis racquets, are a part of the National Youth Tennis Retail Promotion currently being coordinated by the Tennis Industry Association, in conjunction with and support from the USTA.  More


Two Missouri Valley schools to host Campus Showdowns

Two Missouri Valley schools will host Campus Showdowns this fall - Wichita State University and Coe College.​ Read More

Three Junior Team Tennis squads advance to Nationals

The Junior Team Tennis Sectional Championships were held this past week from July 22-25 at LaFortune Tennis Center in Tulsa, OK. Over 160 players competed in three divisions over the course of four days.​ Read More

Host a Tennis Play Day!

Host a Tennis Play Day and get a $50 Amazon gift card. 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