Johnny Mac Tennis Project Pro Am Returns To Hamptons For 8th Year, Bryan Brothers and McEnroe Brothers In Attendance

The JMTP Pro Am Returns to the Hamptons for its 8th year; The Bryan Brothers to Play in the 2022 JMTP Pro Am

John and Patrick McEnroe  have announced that they will be joined by Bob and Mike Bryan, the Bryan Brothers, at the 8th Annual Johnny Mac Tennis Project’s Pro Am in the Hamptons on Saturday, August 27, 2022. The Bryan Brothers are the all-time winningest ATP doubles team and their presence, along with that of the McEnroe Brothers, and a list of tennis legends that is expected to grow between now and the event date, will provide a one-of-a-kind experience for all who attend.

Participants will compete in a round-robin tournament alongside former WTA and ATP Tour professionals, current and former Division I College players, and top John McEnroe Tennis Academy coaches. Player tickets start at $2,500. Guests can bid on exclusive items and experiences throughout the day via a curated silent auction and a live auction. Light fare and refreshments will be served. Following the Pro Am, there will be a separate after-party hosted at a local private residence featuring drinks, dinner, dancing, and a live auction. Tickets to the after party are $250, or can be purchased in conjunction with a player ticket.

JMTP Pro Am 2019. Image Credit - JMTPq

JMTP Pro Am 2019. Image Credit – JMTP

This event raises funds for the Johnny Mac Tennis Project (JMTP), a non-profit founded by John and others, which changes young lives by removing the racial, economic and social barriers to success through tennis. The JMTP Pro Am, now in its 8th year, has become the flagship summer fundraiser for the organization and has grown each year since 2015. This year’s event is expected to feature 144 players, including 9 Tennis Legends, 63 pros, and 72 amateurs, making it the biggest one-day Pro Am event in the world.

“The JMTP Pro Am is one of the highlights of the year for Patrick and me every year, and this year we are thrilled to welcome The Bryan Brothers to the event,” said tennis icon John McEnroe. “We are so appreciative of all those who participate in this event to make it a success and allow us to continue to bring tennis to NYC kids.”

WHEN: 

Saturday, August 27, 2022

Pro Am Tournament starts at 2:00 PM

 WHERE: 

SPORTIME Amagansett

320 Abrahams Path, East Hampton, NY

WHO: 

John & Patrick McEnroe, The Bryan Brothers, Other Tennis Legends, Tennis Enthusiasts

TICKETS: 

Tickets to play in tournament start at $2,500

Tickets to attend the after party are $250


For more information on sponsorships and tickets, or to donate, please visit www.proam2022.givesmart.com or contact JMTP at [email protected] or 212-792-8500.

About the Johnny Mac Tennis Project: The Johnny Mac Tennis Project (JMTP) changes young lives by removing the racial, economic and social barriers to success through tennis. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit founded by tennis legend John McEnroe and others, JMTP introduces the sport of tennis as a life-long health, fitness and social activity to thousands of under-resourced New York City area children. For a smaller group of dedicated young athletes, JMTP provides a pathway to success through competitive tennis, leading to college scholarships, careers in the industry, and, for a few, professional tennis careers and, perhaps, Grand Slam titles. Learn more: www.jmtpny.org.

About SPORTIME Amagansett: Located at 320 Abrahams Path, East Hampton, and open from April to November, SPORTIME Amagansett offers 33 outdoor, Har-Tru, tennis courts, a hard-surface tennis and pickleball court, a 20,000 square foot indoor  Multi-Sport arena, playgrounds, natural turf sports fields, two clubhouses and a camp house, a tennis pro shop, and a café. Members enjoy expert game arranging, private or group tennis instruction and clinics, and a range of tennis and social events. SPORTIME Amagansett is home to John McEnroe Tennis Academy Summer Tennis Training and to East Hampton Sports Camp @ SPORTIME. Learn more: www.sportimeny.com/amagansett

Banner Image: JMTP Pro Am Banner. Image Credit – JMTP

Johnny Mac Tennis Project

The Johnny Mac Tennis Project (JMTP) changes young lives by removing the racial, economic and social barriers to success through tennis. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit, JMTP introduces tennis to thousands of under-resourced New York City area children, particularly those living in East Harlem and the South Bronx, two communities immediately adjacent to our base at Sportime Randall’s Island. Believing that the future of American tennis depends on its diversity, we support future generations of American players at every level. JMTP kids are first introduced to tennis as a life-long health, fitness and social activity. For our most dedicated young athletes, JMTP provides a pathway to success through competitive tennis, leading to college scholarships, careers in the industry, and, for a few, professional tennis careers and, perhaps, Grand Slam titles. Our supporters, including Sportime, private donors, corporate sponsors and tennis enthusiasts, all share an interest in promoting tennis to New York City area youth, because tennis’ emphasis on physical and mental health can profoundly impact players’ aspirations and opportunities.

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