Adult Tennis Tournament

Event Dates:

June 22-24, 2018

Special hotel athletic rates are now available, click the link above to make your reservation


DeWitt Tennis Center
Hope College
301 Fairbanks Ave
Holland, MI 49423
Vande Poel - Heeringa Tennis Stadium Courts
Hope College

Tournament Director:

Chris Wilton

opening ceremony:

The 2018 Summer Games Opening Ceremony is June 22, 2018 at East Kentwood High School. The ceremony will feature the parade of athletes, the Classic K9 Stunt Dog show and much more! Click here to learn more information!

New in 2018! There will be a limited number of free Opening Ceremony T-shirts available to pre-registered athletes.
To ensure you get your 2018 Meijer State Games of Michigan athlete t-shirt, you now have the ability to pre-order a moisture wicking performance shirt and have it sent direct to your home. Skip the long line at the Opening Ceremony and arrive in style! Order yours today!

Results and more information:


Entry Type:

Entry to this tournament is open to USTA Members, USTA Members who have an expired membership and Non-USTA Members. 


All Adult play is based on the following levels:
A:  Advanced Players 4.5+ NTRP Levels
B:  Intermediate to Advanced Players 3.5-4.0 NTRP Levels
C:  Newer to Intermediate Players 3.0 and below NTRP Levels
Mens Singles A, B and C
Womens Singles A, B, and C
Mens Doubles A, B and C
Womens Doubles A, B, and C
Mixed Doubles A, B, and C


All Singles will be 2 sets and a tiebreaker in place of 3rd set.  
All doubles will be 8 game pro-sets with a tiebreaker at 7-all.  
Singles draws will be First Match Consolation Tournament, meaning if you lose your first match you will be placed in a consolation tournament. Doubles will either be compass draw or round robin with all players being guaranteed 3 matches.

Entry Fees:

Singles is $43.50 per person.  
Doubles is $23 per person per division.  
Players may play 1 singles, 1 doubles and 1 mixed doubles events.  Players must sign up for doubles with a partner.


This event is a qualifying event for the 2019 State Games of America. Any athlete who places 1st, 2nd, or 3rd has the opportunity to compete in the 2019 State Games of America hosted in Lynchburg, Virginia. Please visit the State Games of America website for more information