Welcome to MatchMaker Tennis..

Offering the best in tennis leagues, clinics, lessons and casual play for the public player in the Metrolina Area cities and counties including:

  • Charlotte
  • Mecklenburg County,
  • Monroe
  • Union County,
  • Gastonia and Belmont
  • Gaston County,
  • Concord and Kannapolis
  • Cabarrus County,
  • Rock Hill and Fort Mill and
  • York County.

The focus is on providing complete and comprehensive organized tennis programs for the public recreational tennis player -- helping match players with players, pro's, clubs, stores, courts and activities.

For those looking to improve their game, we offer a full range of training programs from free lessons for beginners to private and group training from the best PTR certified instructors.

Whatever you are looking for in the game of Tennis...MatchMaker can help you find it. Thank you for visiting and we welcome your comments. Let's get started...Click Here.

NETiquette -- Tennis Etiquette

The Grip

I developed a bad habit of moving my hand up the grip to the throat of the racquet on the volley. It helps punch through the shot. Is it "legal" to grip the throat of the racquet?

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Quote of The Moment

"Regardless of how you feel inside, always try to look like a winner. Even if you are behind, a sustained look of control and confidence can give you a mental edge that results in victory."

Arthur Ashe
1943-1993, Professional Tennis Player

 

Did anyone happen read this months' "Charlotte Magaine"? MatchMaker Tennis won a Best of the Best title. We are so grateful. Come out and play with us.

 

Charlotte Tennis Leagues

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  News
4/14/2014

Registration for the Summer Charlotte Tennis Season Opens Soon...

Registration for the summer 2014 Charlotte tennis season will open in May. Play will begin in June. Send us your e-mail and we will send you a note when registration has opened.

Don't forget to check out some clinics so you will be ready to play this summer. Just check out our EVENTS CALENDAR


  4/7/2014
 

Another MMT Commuinity Project - Soles 4 Souls...

 

Soles 4 Souls was founded in 2004, by Wayne Elsey, in the aftermath of the tsunami that hit Southeast Asia. Their mission is to provide shoes to people all over the world who don’t have shoes to wear.

To date Soles4Souls has delivered 19 million pairs of shoes in over 125 countries. This year the shoes will help Hurricane Sandy victims, refugee camps in Uganda, and even local victims of domestic violence.

Brighton Collectibles at Northlake Mall and SouthPark Mallwill serve as a drop-off facility from April 1st to April 30th.

So take a look in your closet, under your bed and ask your friends! It’s a simple thing to do that will make a big difference to those in need!. Please stop by and drop off your gently used shoes and help support this worthy cause.

 
  3/31/2014
 

Muscle Soreness Explained...

 

Well, all recreational Charlotte tennis leagues are underway. Some of our players are experiencing soreness. Here is an EXCELLENT article that covers sore muscles as written by Allan Goldfarb, PhD from UNC about sore muscles and what to do about them.

 
  3/24/2014
 

Jimmy Connors and Johnny Mac In Charlotte...

 

Hopefully, you were able to attend the Charlotte Champions Cup and watch some world-class tennis last week.
Couldn't make the cup because you were on the court? No worries. Check out this re-cap from our friends at The Charlotte Business Journal.

 
  3/17/2014
 

County Parks And Rec Master Plan Meeting...

 

MMT & USTA (along with others) are working on a project -- to increase the number of tennis courts in the Charlotte area. There is a meeting on March 20th at the Bette Rae Thomas Rec Center on Tuckaseegee. It will be from 5 pm - 7 pm. Come and check out the countys' Master Plan and let them know that Charlotte needs more tennis courts.

 
  2/17/2014
 

Dreaded Tennis Elbow...

 

Tennis shouldn't hurt. There are a few reasons that people get tennis elbow. The main reason is an improper stroke. The best way to prevent improper stroke production is to have a "real tennis pro" watch you hit then make adjustments to your swing or the way you strike the ball.

Another way to help prevent tennis elbow is to stretch and streghten your arm. To find out more, click on this link from our friends at WEBMD.COM about Tennis Elbow.

 
  2/3/2014
 

Female Sports Injuries...

 

This is an interesting read about how females are more likely to have knee injuries then their male counterparts. Click this link to read the article from Science Daily about knee injuries


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