Missouri Valley / Kansas

Don’t Miss Your Chance to Register for the Wichita MTC Open!

Sydney Hamilton | June 22, 2022

The 2022 MoKanNeb Adult Tournament Series has seen some epic competition since the first tournament kicked off back in May. While we’re sad to see this year’s series come to a close, we’re excited to see how the final tournament of the series–the Wichita MTC Open–plays out, and we’d love to see you on the courts!


If you’d like to register for the upcoming Wichita MTC Open, a Level 5 tournament which takes place July 23-34 at the Ralph Wulz Riverside Tennis Center in Wichita, you may do so by clicking here. The tournament is open to Open-level players, with men’s (singles and doubles), women’s (singles and doubles), and mixed doubles divisions available. 


To sweeten the deal, all participants will receive T-shirts and free lunch on Saturday, and first- and second-place finishers in all divisions will earn pretty awesome trophies. If you’ve played in at least three of the four MoKanNeb series tournaments, with the Wichita MTC Open being the fourth, and have accumulated enough titles and points, you could also still be in the running for the $500 cash prize!


If this all sounds good to you, make sure you register for the Wichita MTC Open by the July 18 deadline and reserve your spot in the draw of your choice. If you have any questions, or if you’re having trouble registering online, please contact Tournament Director Alexander Lee by emailing alexl17@aol.com or calling (316) 259-3023.


USTA Kansas thanks all players for an exciting 2022 MoKanNeb series filled with high-level competition and good sportsmanship. Good luck in the Wichita MTC Open! 

To learn more about the MoKanNeb Tournament Series and its rules and eligibility, please check out this article.

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