2005

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Arvind Narayanan (photo left), an Indian-American who is presently working as a Stock Analyst in Wall St., just moved to NYC from Chicago. "I like it here, it's different," he said.  "But it's so expensive." Arvind still commutes between NYC and Chicago every 3 weeks to visit his wife who is studying business there.  "She will graduate this June and will eventually join me here in New York City." Arvind plays in the TennisNYC.com tennis league at least once a week to stay healthy. "I'm so happy to have the opportunity to play tennis in the US.  In India, it's impossible to play any kind of sport especially tennis.  It's so expensive!"

Michael Brosius (photo left) moved to NYC from Chicago few years ago.  "I always wanted to play tennis but somehow didn't get the chance," he said.  He got the opportunity to learn how to play tennis when he joined a tennis club in Chicago where he took a lot of tennis drills and lessons.  Because of his athleticism and excellent eye and hand coordination, Michael's tennis game improved in just 5 years.  He has a solid game foundation and good stroke mechanics.  Michael is a successful trader (Derivatives) and enjoys his job immensely. Welcome to the TennisNYC.com league, Michael!

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Michael Stache (photo above) is a student from Germany who will play with the TennisNYC.com league members for 3 months.  Michael is an excellent tennis player.  He has been playing tennis since he was 5 years old and is ranked no. 7 at his tennis club in Munich.  His tennis level is 5.0 if not better. "This is my first time in the US," he said.  "I saved money to be able to come here.  Also, I will work as an intern at a Re-insurance company here in Manhattan and go back to Munich. I also like to practice my English.  I like to play tennis every night!" Welcome to the league, Michael! Email me if you want to challenge him for a SINGLES MATCH.  He is available most evenings and weekends.

 

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