students reached

through community



scholarships awarded

from 2012 to 2019


awarded in scholarships

and community 


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.


Board of Directors

Patrick McEnroe  President

Joanne Evans Burns

James Citrin

​Peter Desmond

Anne Hanna

Marci Klein

​Wendy Levine-Mechanic

​James Malhame

​John McEnroe

​Mark McEnroe

​Paul Saputo

​Mitchell Truwit

Advisory Board

Robert Botjer

​Peter Flaherty

​Stephen Hasker

​Claude Okin

​Bennett Schlansky


Johnny Mac Tennis Project

C/O SPORTIME Randall’s Island

One Randall’s Island, New York, NY 10035

info@jmtpny.org \\ Tel: 212-792-8500

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