I don't really own a business, but I competed in national tennis tournaments when I was younger and reached the position of #1 in Northern California and #67 in the nation (USTA) when I was fourteen years old. I know how to play the game, and I know how to train someone to become the best of the best. I'm still young, so I will train with them as well as participate in conditioning post-lesson. I'm very easy to get along with, and I'm patient. I only use positive motivation skills to push my clients toward their goals. I have had seven coaches overall in my tennis career along with two mental toughness coaches and have attended two high-ranked tennis academy--one being full-time where I boarded in dorms at the age of 15.
I know what it takes to become a champion, and I've experienced the success streak as well as the losing streak. My last one caused me to quit for good. But even though I don't compete any longer, I have the potential to create the next best tennis player, mentally and physically, through hard work, perseverance, motivation, example, faith and consistency.