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.

Kids 18 and under are encouraged to write about how tennis impacts their lives both on and off the court. Ten national winners will win a trip to New York City with their parent. Be a VIP at Arthur Ashe Kidsí Day presented by Hess, attend a professional sporting event, see a Broadway show and receive a special award at a luncheon held in your honor. The deadline to submit essays is July 2.

This year's topic is: How have your skills in tennis impacted the development of your character and how you address your personal challenges on and off the court?

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Klement & Edmeier Just Ace It!

Amador County was well represented at a recent youth tennis tournament held at Columbia College. Participating players included Amador High Schoolís #1 boys singles player Max Edmeier and ATC Junior tennis players Maeve Klement, Tucker Farrar, and Dylan Farrar.

Two of these players took first place in their respective divisions. Maeve Klement took first place in the girls green ball division, which is for players 12 and under and Max Edmeier took first place in the boys yellow ball division for players 18 and under. Complete press release

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

Tues & Thurs mornings

Mon and Thurs evenings
Amador High 6-8pm

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

Board Meeting July 6

ATC will hold a board meeting Wednesday July 6 at 7:15pm to discuss the following topics:
  • Schools equipment purchases
  • Schools ambassadors stipends
  • Purchase of club use ball machine
  • Quotation for repair of cracks on courts

    Location is Brickhouse Brews, 140 Main St. in Jackson. The public is invited but we do ask that you RSVP to Rosalie Escamilla so we can have an accurate headcount. Please bring cash to cover your meal & drink costs.

  • Six match days (Oct 2 to Nov 6). Matches on SUNDAY afternoons between noon & 6pm depending on the total number of teams.
    Registrations due August 27
    Assessment day: August 28 at 3pm (for new players and players wanting to move up a level)
    Final Team rosters determined by Sep 5
    Practices begin as early as week of Sept 12 More info