With the growing popularity and appeal of Tennis, associations were being messaged all over the world for the orderly development of the game. In the year 1920, at Lahore, the All India Tennis Association came into being. Six years later, in 1926, the Madras Provincial Lawn Tennis Association was inaugurated, with Hon. Justice E.E. Mack as its first President. The Madras Cricket Club, Madras United Club, and the South Indian Athletic Association were the first amongst the clubs to get affiliated to the Association. The other prominent clubs that played a key role in the development of tennis were Madras Gymkhana Club, Mylapore Club, Cosmopolitan Club, and Clubs in Ooty, Trichy, Madurai and Coimbatore. These Clubs, apart from providing tennis facilities to their members, regularly conducted tournaments that attracted large enthusiastic crowds.
The Competitive Edge tennis academy, established by Mr. Meenakshi Sundaram has grown leaps and bounds to became a pioneer in the tennis industry, moulding young guns into champions.
The inspirational Meenakshi Sundaram brings with him a wealth of experience, having coached with talents from various corners of the world at the John Newcombe Tennis Ranch in Texas, USA.
KTC has produced several top national and international level players, while also nurturing and developing the games of recreational players across all age groups.The emphasis on physical fitness and technique permeates every program. A variety of tennis specific drills are designed for children and adults depending on their levels.