I have been playing tennis since I was 8 years old. I loved the sport and quickly became one of the best in my state and reached the top ten in the region before 12 qualifying to nationals. After an accident and other financial challenges I wasn't able to continue as I hoped for but my love for the game has not changed and I hope to pass on what I have learned to others.
At 16, after the accident, when I came back to the game I coached and gave lessons to pay for mine. That is when I realized that if I was not going to become the pro I wanted to be, maybe I could help someone else to become one or pass on what I know so many more could learn and enjoy this wonderful game.
Regardless of being a social or a professional playe, tennis requires for you to be physically and mentally fit. Both are equally important as they both define your game and I like to focus on both as I coach.
I hope to get the chance to help you improve your game!
All the best and let's keep enjoying the game!
The people and the relationships that are developed over the years. They become another family that shares the bond of a wonderful sport.
On the other hand, seeing people accomplish their gals is exciting specially when they didn't thought they were capable of doing some stuff or mastering some techniques.
The courts become a safe and enjoyable place to be where we are able to unplug from our day to day routine to enjoy some fun!
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