About Us

PLAYING IS GIVING!  Greater Pottstown Tennis & Learning (GPTL) is a nationally recognized tennis and learning 501(c)3 non-profit organization with an innovative model.  A portion of revenue from our fee-based tennis programs support our Adaptive (Special Needs) and Free tennis

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  GPTL mentors youth development, not just player development.  Learn tennis the FUN way in game-based instruction!  Compete in leagues, teams and tournaments! GPTL Junior Tennis offers programs for children of all skill levels – group clinics, camps, singles flex


Get a great workout!  Meet new players!  Test yourself in competition! The Adult Tennis Program is for players age 18 and up and includes group clinics, cardio tennis, singles and doubles flex leagues, sanctioned tournament, mixers and private lessons. Adult

US Open Bus Trip

The US Open Bus Trip is on Tuesday, August 28, 2018.  Tickets cost $123 per person and are on sale now!  Join us on our annual bus trip to see the world’s top tennis professionals compete at the US Open

Serve & Connect

Serve & Connect is a community engagement program designed to bring kids and cops together on the courts to play tennis, build trust and make real connections.  Sponsored by the USTA Foundation and in cooperation with the Pottstown Police Department,

Golf Tournament

Second Annual Golf Tournament Saturday September 29th at Twin Ponds Golf Course. 1pm Scramble-Shotgun and family picnic to follow. Tournament, Cart and Tee Sponsorship opportunities available. Join us for a fun day on the course!  

Maple Street Courts

GPTL is establishing a Tennis & Education Center at the park on 1442 Maple Street in Pottstown.   In partnership with the USTA Foundation, The Borough of Pottstown Parks and Recreation Department and the Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation, we

Partner with GPTL

                                                           Partner with us and make a difference in our community!  Thank you to all sponsors and donors for supporting our mission. GPTL

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