I specialize in instructing players of all ages and levels. I have worked with kids beginning at the age of 4yrs old and instructed and coached players who were professionals playing in ATP and WTA tournaments. Whether they be just starting on their tennis game, a weekend USTA warrior or an accomplished professional touring player i have the skills and knowledge to enhance their skills as a tennis player.
Introducing a young or mature player to the Lifetime Sport of Tennis. Developing and enhancing a players skills onto the next level of competition they are striving to attain in their game level, be it at the local or national level.
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I ask about their sport participation or if they have other activities that they enjoy like playing the piano and try to incorporate those activites into their new learning experience as it pertains and coincides with their current tennis skills.
I have an Associates Degree from Tyler Junior College in Recreational Management with a Specialty in Tennis Teaching. I have been teaching for 25(+) yrs as a United States Professional Tennis Association USPTA P1 Professional and an ex-member of the United Professional Tennis Regestry which is an international Professional Tennis Association. I was also a member of the United States Restringers Assaociation for many years where I gained vast knowledge on how to restring and customize tennis racquets for individual players of all levels.
Yes, I do, the fees are as follows:
$ 50/ 1hr lesson or $ 270 for a package of 6 Consecutive Lessons
A Group Lesson is $ 80/ 1hr & 1/2 for a group of 4 players
I was helping a young player at my local athletic club and was noticed for my patience and eye for detail when it came to teaching tennis.
I've worked with toddlers all the way to Super Senior Players and even had the great opportunity of working with World Class Players competeing on the ATP & WTA levels around the world.
One of my students let me know that it was my encouragement and belief in their skills that gave them the drive to be better and confident in themselves. Knowing that I make a diiference in my students lives is what drives me to give them my knowledge to help them succeed.
Seek those who are there for you and your game, every player is their unique self and its up to the instructor to develop those skills accordingly to make you a better player.
What am I wanitng to accomplish or add to my game?
Where do I see myself as a competitor or a weekend warrior trying to keep my skills sharp and ready for my next competition?
What sacrifice am I willing to make to be the better version or player I see myself becoming?