The RICHARD GASQUET OF THE LEAGUE!
Frederic Boucher (photo above) is a very good
tennis player from Montreal, Canada. He
wrote: "I have just moved to NYC from
Montreal (actually still in the process, but
living in NYC as
we speak). I am an avid and solid player. I had a
ranking in Quebec, varying from 75th to 85th. I am
looking to continue playing as much as possible in
NYC." Welcome to the TennisNYC.com tennis
TWO CORPORATE LAWYERS: SAME PROFESSION, SAME
(Photo above L-R) Calvin Chan and David Hock are
both corporate lawyers who want to balance their
busy corporate life by playing tennis.
"I miss tennis so much," Calvin
said. Calvin revealed that he used to play a
lot of tennis back in Singapore where he grew
up. He graduated last year from the
University of Virginia and just recently joined a
law firm in Manhattan. "I want to do
one more tennis drills before I join the
league," he said. David Hock wrote me
an email and said, "I recently finished
playing in a USTA 4.5 league and am interested in
continuing to play through the winter." David
has a solid all around tennis game. "David
has a powerful serve!" Eric, the coach of
THE EX-COLLEGE TENNIS PLAYER who will be the
future GOVERNOR OF IOWA!!!
David Faustch was originally from Iowa,
moved to NYC 3 weeks ago to teach in the Bronx as
part of the government program "TEACH
AMERICA". His plans? After a few years
of teaching, he eventually wants to study labor
law and run for a government office in Iowa.
David has been playing tennis since he was 12
years old. Because of his great tennis
talent and high scholastic grades, he was able to
obtain a 100 percent college scholarship in a
reputable university in Iowa. Only 21 years
old, David was once a star COLLEGE TENNIS
PLAYER!!! Welcome to the league, Governor!
The ER DOCTOR who loves to compete!!!
Dan Drukteinis (photo above in Central Park
Tennis Center) is a high
achiever who loves challenges. Not content
with one major degree (Law) he went to Cornell
University in NYC to take up Medicine. He is now
an ER Doctor at Bellevue Hospital in
Manhattan. However, at this point, he feels
he needs to balance his life by playing
tennis. He said, "I am interested in picking up tennis again. I am an advanced player that played competitively in high school, but I have not played with any regularity since then. I am
now 34 years old, I have strange hours as an E.R.
physician." Dr. Drukteinis feels that
the league will give him enough competition and
exercise to de-stress from hospital work and
improve his physical conditioning. Welcome
to the league, Dr. Drukteinis!
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