My name is Bunmi Johnson, I have been teaching tennis for over 15 years, and playing for over 30 years. I was the Head Tennis Professional at the Jewish Community Center in Tampa, Florida. I was a Site Tennis Director with the New York Junior Tennis League in New York City, and Retired after 5 years of Teaching Tennis with the City of North Richland Hills as Tennis Professional and as a Group Tennis program Coordinator. As a player, I was ranked Top 10 in the Nation by the Nigerian Tennis Association, and also won several Junior Tennis Championships in the 1980’s. I have also participated in ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) tournaments. I attended Florida Metropolitan University, from which I received a Masters degree in Criminal Justice as well as a Bachelors degree in business management. I also attended the Van deer Meer Tennis Academy in South Carolina in 1997. I have been a Certified Member of the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) since 1999, and Currently I am an Elite Professional. In 2010 I won the Fort Worth area Drills Contest and was chosen to represent Fort Worth at the 2010 USPTA Texas Division Annual Conference held in Fort Worth Texas. Specializations Includes camps for all kids levels, quality step by steps tennis instructions, learn fast tennis progression, quality setting tennis teaching environment for Business, Schools, Communities, and individual tennis Clinics. Mobile Tennis also available we will come to your location to teach you, your family and friends, Groups tennis for kids and adults, Cardio Tennis Program. Stay healthy and meet other tennis players and have fun. Enjoy the life time sports.
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We work with students based on the needs for progress.
I am a USPTA Elite professional and a membership of USTA, from 1997 to present.
Lessons starts from $45 per hour.
Started learning how to teach tennis since junior champ.
Beginners to professionals.
USPTA/ USTA meetings, workshops and conferences.
To learn tennis from the best and top teaching professionals.
Students should make sure the instructor is a USPTA and USTA certified professionals.