Known as "the sport for a lifetime" playing tennis directly impacts a person's health and quality of life. Tennis is a family friendly sport which not only provides a great aerobic workout, but also teaches values such as teamwork, fair play, sportsmanship and discipline. The City of Concord Parks and Recreation Department has 14 tennis courts located within area parks (James L. Dorton Park, Marvin Caldwell Park, Beverly Hills Park and Les Myers Park).
Please contact Tennis Coordinator, Chad Oxendine, USTPA
at 704-806-0909, email
, or visit www.amptennis.com for your tennis needs.
Athletic Management Professionals, Inc.
Our goal is to create an environment that will expose families to the game of TENNIS. From the young child who has given up on athletics, to the adult who tried tennis years ago, and can fall back in love with the game. We are in daily contact with people who have seen tennis in one form or fashion, but do not think they can ever play successfully. AMP was created to give all levels of players the opportunity to play tennis. It doesn't matter if you are a beginning player, a player who wants to give it one more shot, or a player who wants to stay plugged into the game. These opportunities come in the form of specialized programs for adults and juniors. Adults have the option to participate in beginning clinics in the spring and fall, weekly men and ladies workouts, or community singles and doubles leagues set up by AMP and USTA year round.
Juniors have the opportunity to be a part of the AMP Junior Star Tennis Academy. The Academy gives young people the opportunity to see tennis portrayed in a fun and exciting environment. With USPTA and USTA assistance, young people participate in a school year calendar-based schedule of events. Progression in the ACADEMY is based on individual goals and communication with parents on a quarterly basis. The number one goal of the Academy is to expose young people to the game of tennis in a friendly and supportive environment.