TennisNYC.com tennis league tries to
dissolve barriers of race and creates an
atmosphere of friendship through sports!
(Photo L-R) Otani Yu (Japan), who just moved to
NYC to work for KPMG and Sri Kolla (India), who
just passed his Medical Board Exam in Radiology
met and did 2 hours of drills/lessons/evaluation
last October 23, 2005. They are both
excellent tennis players and in great physical
conditioning. Amazingly, they have similar
games and almost similar tennis level. Otani
has been playing tennis for more than 15 years in
Tokyo, Japan. "I had a great time and
you really gave us a great work-out!" Sri
emailed me (Koko) the next day. "I'm glad
that I managed to contact you [Koko], the Queen of
Tennis in NYC! Thank you so much for the
drills!" Otani said.
The Athletic Father of 3 young kids!!!
Matt Jacobus (photo above) has an
awesome physical conditioning. He hit
hundreds and hundreds of tennis balls using
extreme western grip during the TennisNYC.com
drills/evaluation/lesson without taking a single
break!!! Matt is very talented, genetically gifted
(6' 6" in height) and has a great positive
attitude! Welcome to the league, Matt!
The High School Star Athlete!
David Fletcher (photo above right) from
northern Louisiana played football (Tight End and
Safety) and baseball while in High School.
"I was in perfect shape when I was in High
School!" he said. "Work has kept
me inactive," he added. David wants to play
tennis, a game that he loves, in order to get back
in shape. He is shown above with Eric
Capuano, TennisNYC.com league coach/instructor,
after his tennis drills, lessons and evaluation.
Outdoor Night Tennis is a Time to de-stress
(Photo L-R) TennisNYC.com league members:
Nikki, Jericho, Gopal and Varun played doubles
last Thursday night, October 20, 2005 from 7pm to
9:30pm. "I'm so happy to be able to
play after work. I need it to
de-stress!" Jericho said smiling. The outdoor
temperature was nice (55 degrees) and there was a
The Athletic ROLLER HOCKEY player!
Fernando Moreyra (photo above) wants to return
to the game of tennis. He said, "I played on
my high school tennis team, so I am not a beginner."
During the 2hr tennis evaluation/lessons and
drills, he showed that he hasn't forgotten his
tennis fundamentals. He is talented,
athletic, and has great potential to become a very
good tennis player. Welcome to the league,
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