Transitioning through all the different levels of tennis competition, while still focusing on your long term goals and development, can be a difficult task. According to Patrick McEnroe, former Head of Development for the USTA, 99% of aspiring tennis players should use the U.S college tennis system before testing themselves in the pro ranks. The average age of a top 100 ATP/WTA player has shot up dramatically in the last few years into the mid to late twenties. College tennis is without a doubt the right pathway for nearly all young aspiring tennis players.

As a former Collegiate All-American and Davis Cup tennis player as well as 15 years of coaching elite junior, professional and collegiate tennis players, I truly understand what it takes to reach your potential on the court and make the transitions from one level to the next as smooth as possible. I can help guide you on this journey through my guidebooks, blogs and consultancy.

My goal is to better educate young tennis players and their families about the recruiting process; to demystify how to go about getting a tennis scholarship and to prepare future student-athletes to be ready for the challenges they will inevitably face when they join a college tennis team. 

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Even if you don't have a scholarship yet, use this guidebook to help prepare you for the rigors of college tennis. If you want to reach your goals in college then this will walk you through everything you should be doing to dominate your competition

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