Algonquin Community Tennis Association


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2007 Leagues

An exciting league schedule has been planned for Summer 2007. Leagues are all warm weather outdoor activities. There is a wide variety of playing opportunities for participants of all skill levels. Just click on the following link to view the league information and sign up form. Click here to view the 2007 ACTA tennis league information and sign up page


Lessons Summer 2007

Group lesson programs have been scheduled for Summer 2007. For those interested in private lessons please contact Derek Gablenz  for additional information on a qualified tennis instructor. The lesson schedule and sign up form is attached to the following link in PDF format. Click stream tv box to view the 2007 ACTA lesson program. You can then print out the form for your personal use. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader you will need this free software to view the document. Click their logo to go to the site to download the software. Remember that all lesson participants must be ACTA members. Please include your membership form if not already a year 2006 member.   2006 ACTA membership information can be accessed by clicking here.


2007 ACTA High School Development Program (Summer 2007)

Past High School Development Programs were very successful.  Don’t miss out by waiting too long to send in your reservation.  This year’s program runs the first week of August.


“Drop-In” tennis

Mens’ and Women’s’ drop-in doubles return this summer.  See ACTA’s most recent Newsletter for more information on this popular activity.

Organizational and Board Meetings

All members are invited to attend ACTA’s board meetings.  Contact ACTA to confirm date, for directions and the exact time.

The Algonquin Community Tennis Association (ACTA) is a Not-For-Profit Community Tennis Association serving the far northwest suburbs of Chicago and based in Algonquin, Illinois. ACTA was founded in year 2000 to promote tennis in our community. Whether you are a first time player or been playing your entire life, ACTA intends to provide activities for your enjoyment.

This site provides information on ACTA membership, lessons, leagues, social events and meetings. For your tennis enjoyment various links and a little tennis humor is provided. Your feedback and participation is always appreciated.