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My service Stands out in multiple ways. The 1st and most important to have over 45 years of experience. I've played the open circuit for 5 years. I've coached college teams high school teams and club tennis teams. I have the most advanced tennis ball machine in state of North Carolina. I have helped tennis players reach their goals whether its to have a place on the high school team, college team or go Professional or just work on a stroke or increase their speed on their serve .
I also stand out because I'm still able to serve it a 110 miles an hour and experience to do all forms of tennis.
I've taught in California, Arizona, Texas, New York, Virginia West Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, and Italy.
I am a USPTA certified pro.
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
I start out my lessons with a test to evaluate their strokes and to give them warm up exercises its consequences. I then proceed to the stroke we want to learn .Practice the stroke and identify where that stroke is used and how. With an implement that stroke in point play. I give the student a homework assignment and schedule our next appointment .
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I have played all-sports except for bungee jumping and curling .I take classes with the USPTA and go to conferences . And I learned from every student I work with .
Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.
Yes I have different prices for just playing against the student ,For instructing a student ,For coaching a student ,For tennis analytics ,For video analysis's , Group ,Semi private ,Private ,10 lessons paid in advance ,And full time you're around coach .
How did you get started teaching?
I 1st tennis lesson was taught to a girl on the girls tennis team at the request of her their mom .They liked my serve and thought it would-be nice for their daughter to have the same serve. I got paid $5 an hour in 1976 .
What types of students have you worked with?
I have had my children out on the tennis court at age one day old the oldest student I have taught was 92. I have worked with social tennis players, club tennis players, city public tennis players, College teams, high school teams and USTA teams . ADT Students.
Describe a recent event you are fond of.
While running a fundraiser I provided Tennis players the opportunity to be like Roger Federer and hit the cone off the top of my head. In the 2 States Arizona and North Carolina 3 people would manage to hit the cone off the top of my head with their serve and when a free tennis racket the youngest was Jarrett Jarvis of Arizona at the age of 9 years-old, the number one high school girl on the Heritage high school team and professional at 1 of the clubs.
What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?
Make sure they have a Passion for the game love to teach and will challenge you from the very start.
What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?
What stage are you in, in the process of becoming a tennis player ? A tennis instructor teaches technique. A tennis coach will challenge your mentally and physical abilities and request of you things that you don't think are possible but usually only deals with beating an opponent in match play and character-building .. A tennis analyst will tell you where you are where you're going and where you came from. A tennis professional will develop your game for the lifetime sport that it is and share all the knowledge that you can take in.