Hey there! My name is Jason Wang, and I am a young professional currently working as the Adult Team Coordinator and Program Assistant at a nearby Tennis Center. During my time at University I jumped around majors from Nursing to International Business, however the one thing that remained constant was my love for tennis. In my high school years I played on the Varsity team at 3rd Singles & 2nd Doubles on the Division 2 State Finals Team. In college I was a walk-on Division 1 Player for my school during my Freshman year. Due to academic responsibilities I was forced to withdraw from the team but remained as a practice partner. I've competed at USTA lvl 4-6 events in the New England region and just moved to the Greater Seattle area late August 2015. As far as teaching experience goes, I was an Assistant Tennis Instructor at multiple country clubs in Massachusetts over 3 years, including a prestigious club where John Isner and Venus Williams visited annually. In addition to my management responsibilities I also run Junior Classes and Private Lessons at the Tennis Center I'm employed at. Tennis is a life-long love of mine and I would love to help you improve your game! All levels are welcome! Hope to hear from you :). PS: To keep things nice & simple I've adjusted my rates to a consistent $40/hr for all ages + $20 per additional student. Therefore group lessons would be $40 + $20x with x being the number of additional students. Thank you for considering!
When my students see the improvement and express their gratitude. There is no better feeling in the world than knowing that you have helped someone progress towards their goals. That sincere "Thank you" is the best!
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I have no typical process. Everyone is different and I coach everyone differently. What I ask out of all my students is their full attention and effort while we are on court.
High school varsity player, USTA competitor, Collegiate competitor, and years of teaching experience.
$40 per hour regardless of age. +$20 per additional student for group lessons.
I just kept improving myself daily and working hard on my game for many years. At one point my skills & knowledge were enough that my coaches asked me to help them run some clinics. I agreed and the rest is history. Teaching tennis is the most gratifying job I've ever had and I love it!
All ages and group sizes! Junior clinics, Private Lessons, Adult clinics, you name it!
Your coach needs to be someone you like as a person. Someone you consider a mentor-friend. You should look up to him and respect what he has to say. If you can't accomplish these things, the relationship will not last for long.
Read the coach's bio closely. What's their background? Are they a recreational player who's adopted teaching or a competitor that's turned to teaching? Rec players and competitive players will have different mentalities and intensity. This will directly translate to the type of coaching you receive.