USPTA Elite Professional. 30 years experience. Private and group lessons. Juniors and adults. USRSA Certification since 1989, for restringing and Racket sales.
I have always had a passion for the game of tennis! I have enjoyed my years as a coach/teacher. I enjoy bringing people into the game of tennis, but also improving those that are already in the game. I have had much success in helping players achieve their goals.
Professional and personable coaching experience! I highly recommended.
Philip Perez is a very passionate and knowledgeable tennis professional. He is highly skilled at teaching basic skills to beginners and differently abled, as well as those who play at an advanced level. He is fun and has a great personality as well. I highly suggest scheduling a lesson with Philip - you won’t regret it!
Such an unforgettably wonderful experience! I cannot say enough good things, all the virtues and qualities balanced provided me quality comprehensive training, solid relationships with my coach and drill team. Every time I was able to come away from class with making marked measurable improvements! It's been rewarding and fun and you won't find a more passionate dedicated person to work with than Phillip Perez and his people, it's been absolutely amazing and addicting, I can't wait for more and I'm so grateful. Lone Star Tennis and Health is THE BEST!
Tailored to meet your individual needs and level. Can make a positive difference with just 1 lesson. I'd highly recommend Philip Perez to any of my friends and family.
Always understand where the student is (beginner/advanced) and what their goal is. Exercise, fitness, or more involved. The instructor must also know physical limitations, if any. The student must enjoy the lesson to want to continue.
I am a USPTA Certified Elite Professional. I have traveled worldwide as a player and coach in my career. I have coached at the high school and college level. I am also a USRSA Certified stringer.
Varies by travel. I am an independent contractor.
I began teaching as an 18 year old as a summer camp instructor. I also taught part time through college. Began teaching full time when I was done traveling as a player. I have enjoyed many wonderful experiences throughout my career. I am blessed to be able to do what I do!
I have worked with all ages and all levels of play. I have traveled with USTA teams, as well as high school and college.
I absolutely enjoy organizing, running or just playing in charity events. I enjoy spectating at high school, college matches as well as watching professional events.
Recommendations from others, word of mouth, an instructor's credentials, history, etc. A couple of questions before the first lesson through conversation always help the student perhaps feel out or get comfortable with their potential instructor. And then go out and enjoy the lesson and the instructor you are working with.
What they want out of the lessons. Just for social play, to learn the basics of the game. Or for more competitive play such as leagues, or tournaments. What are your strengths and weaknesses. Beginners will not have to answer this because they are new to the game.