JMG Tennis Academy is the elite tennis academy in the country for developing junior players. Over the years the academy has produced multiple NATION CHAMPIONS, SECTIONAL CHAMPIONS and TOP COLLEGE RECRUITS.  Players from JMG have gone on the play at Colleges such as Stanford, Harvard, Virginia, Arizona, TCU, Columbia, UC Davis and the list goes on. Led by Joseph Gilbert, who was awarded DEVELOPMENTAL COACH of the year by the Olympic Committee, multiple players that started with JMG from young ages are now moving into the ATP pro tour. The academy covers every detail needed to develop players individually to meet their maximum potential.

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FIRST PRO TITLE FOR JENSON BROOKSBY

Jenson Brooksby claims his first professional title! The winner of Bakersfield $25,000 Pro Event was decided this afternoon, and JT didn’t disappoint delivering a straight set victory over #2 seed Alex Vukic of Australia 6:3 6:1. On his way to the top, Jenson beat several acclaimed opponents ranked as high as #213 ATP. Another big…

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Congratulations Senior Players

Congratulations to our five Senior JMG Players on signing their letters of intent to these universities. Four of our Senior JMG athletes signed with top colleges. Eric Hadigian- Gonzaga University Jessi Muljat -University of San Diego Klara Kosan -University of Pacific Ben Keyser- Cal Poly San Luis Obispo This is a great accomplishment for all…

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Jenson Brooksby Commits to Baylor University

Jenson Brooksby signed to a National Letter of Intent to Baylor University, and the top-ranked recruit will begin his freshman season the fall of 2019. A Sacramento, California native, Brooksby achieved a career-high ATP ranking of 978 in singles and a personal-best combined junior ranking of 54 while holding a career-best UTR of 14.40. Brooksby,…

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2018 US OPEN

JMG at Arden Hills sent not one but two athletes to the 2018 US OPEN. Seventeen years old Jenson Brooksby earned the wild card into the main draw after winning Junior national Championship in Kalamazoo. Collin Altamirano earned his privilege to compete with the best in the world after several successful pro tournaments prior to…

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