My name is Anthony, I am an open book so feel free to let me know what you want to work on while on the tennis court. I have been playing tennis for 18 years plus. I have traveled to Europe and have practiced under several professional coaches that have produced world class ATP top 50 players. I also played College Tennis. Right now I am a graduate student at George Mason University and still hit ones a while at my free time.
I enjoy playing and teaching tennis. Interacting with others and seeing how my student put their talent to use is quite interesting. I enjoy having fun and playing tennis is fun.
Great coach. He knows what he is doing and he really helped me achieve my goal.
I start by asking what they would want to work on and what goals will they like to reach at the end of the entire tennis lesson.
I have been playing tennis for about 18 years. I used to play pro before I ended up playing college tennis. I’ve trained under different coaches here in America and abroad (Europe and Africa).
For beginners the base fee is $70 per hours.
For people that already know how to hit, the base fee is $65 per hour.
if my client becomes consistent I tend to reduce the fee by $5 but only for serious and consistent clients.
It all depend of the type of player I am working with and the type of tennis plan you chose. For my advanced players, we starting by warming up (run around the court for 10 minutes). Then stretch and sometimes do some speed training depending on the day. Then start with mini-tennis which is service box before we hit from the back.
For just a regular individual that doesn’t want to be trained as an advance player. We will just start with mini-tennis before hitting from the back.
I have worked with beginner, middle and high school students. I’ve also worked with college student and students that are homeschooled. I have worked with professional that are visiting dc area for holiday.
Make sure you are hiring someone that really knows the game. Someone that has really played active tennis in the past. Do not just go and hired someone that watched some tennis on youtube, took a tennis racket and started calling themself a coach. Know your coach tennis history before you hire them. It’s important for your coach to know exactly what they are doing.
They should ask themself how good would they want to become and are they willing to put in the work? Would Ilisten to my coach at all times?