For 50 years the AMTA has offered tennis-playing physicians the winning formula of five-day meetings that feature both scientific sessions for CME credit and a tennis tournament for all levels of proficiency. Two meetings are held each year, one on the East Coast and one on the West Coast, with tournament play in singles, doubles and mixed doubles.
The success of the AMTA was the impetus for the establishment of the World Medical Tennis Society in 1971, now active in over 50 countries. The American contingent enjoyed South American hospitality in Lima in October and will travel to Plzen, 50 miles west of Prague in the Czech Republic, next August.
With an energized membership and growing international presence, the AMTA welcomes new tennis-playing physicians to its ranks. Future meeting sites even include the sparkling new USTA National Campus in Orlando, FL in November of 2018.
Give us a try! The scientific sessions are stimulating and current, the tennis is competitive at all levels and, even better, the camaraderie is exceptional, with lifelong friendships the frequent result.