The Amador Tennis Club (ATC) is a public 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation committed to promoting tennis as an enriching, healthy, lifelong sport to all people without discrimination.
Membership is open to all.


Matches on SUNDAY afternoons Oct. 2 - Nov. 6 as follows:

More info on JTT

Amador Tennis Club has purchased a high-quality ball machine for use by dues-paying ATC members and the high school tennis teams. Calendar year dues are $20 for an individual or family, plus an extra $20/year for access to the ball machine. Training on handling and use is required prior to getting access to the ball machine and will be held at Argonaut tennis courts October 15, 2-3:15pm. Dues and fees can be paid at the training session. This is the only training session that will be offered this year.

Please refer to our complete ball machine rules and guidelines for details. Dues and ball machine fees can be mailed to: ATC, c/o Sheilah Asher, 9611 Summit Pl, Jackson CA 95642. Please include your phone number and email address so we can contact you about training and access.  

Start planning now to participate in our FUN(d)raiser Tournament in Spring 2017! The proceeds from this event will go to purchase a second ball machine to be kept at Amador High School courts.  

Free Co-Ed Play Wed & Fri evenings
Argonaut High 5:30pm

Tues & Thurs mornings

Summer USTA Team Wrapup

Coaches Andy O'Loan and Erik Hedstrom once again fielded three summer USTA junior teams -- a Girls Under 18 team, a Coed Team and a Boys Under 18 team. All three teams played great tennis all summer. Two teams were invited to championships in Fresno in late July. The Girls Under 18 team came in 5th place with some outstanding singles and doubles play by Kaylyn Hedstrom, Sophia Heidecker, Samantha Longero and Shalyn Redman. The first weekend in August we played in the Coed Championships in Elk Grove,Ca.   The Coed Team also in 5th place at the August Championships held in Elk Grove, with great tennis played by Max Edmeier, Mason Harlan, Ben Maring and Jonah Campbell. Samantha Longero, Sophia Heidecker and Kaylyn Hedstrom also played on the Coed Team. Our Boys Under 18 team did not make championships, but players Jack Rooney and Tomo and Takate Clark enjoyed another great summer USTA tennis team experience. 

Youth players ages 18 and under are invited to participate in this tournament series at Columbia College on October 15 and 22, with the Championships on November 5. Players receive points based on their performance on Day 1 and 2 and top ranked players advance to the Championships. Players can register in more than one division and can register even if they can only play one day. Four age divisions and ball types are available. Register online at JustAceIt.Net

Frequently Asked Questions

The ladder is free and open to all intermediate and advanced junior tennis players who would like to get more match experience. The maximum age is 14 (sorry, no high school players). Players will set up tennis matches with other juniors in the county. This ladder will allow junior players to play matches throughout the year, keeping their tennis skills going in between league seasons. Ladder rankings & guidelines