Lenny at the Future of Tennis & Tech Conference

While in New York at the Tennis and Tech event with the TIA, Lenny had the pleasure of spending time with Janet, Peg Connor and Brian O’Donnell. Peg Connor works with the TIA as the Project Manager. Peg has taken on many roles in the tennis industry. She has been a Division I collegiate player & coach, certified teaching professional & tennis club director, USTA clinician/volunteer, pro…

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You can’t miss this moment with Emma Stone, Sara Bareilles, Billie Jean King and Katrina Adams!

Emma Stone — who plays Billie Jean King in the upcoming film “Battle of the Sexes” — will be at the US Open women’s finals, Page Six has exclusively learned, to honor the tennis legend. The US Tennis Association will celebrate the 50th anniversary of King’s 1967 triple crown win with a pre-match ceremony where Stone, songwriter Sara Bareilles (who contributed original song “If I Dare” to the film) and USTA…

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Billie Jean King & Lenny Schloss Discuss the Future of Tennis in New York

Billie Jean King

With the US Open in full flow, Billie Jean King and Lenny Schloss, President of Billie Jean King’s Eye Coach, met to discuss the future of tennis and make plans for the direction of The Eye Coach. With 39 Grand Slam titles, Billie Jean is perfectly placed to give advice about how tennis can move forward.  Perhaps her greatest words of advice are that “the…

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Be sure to see Emma play the part of Billie Jean King in Battle of the Sexes

Emily Jean “Emma” Stone was born in Scottsdale, Arizona, to Krista (Yeager), a homemaker, and Jeffrey Charles Stone, a contracting company founder and CEO. She is of Swedish (from her paternal grandfather), English, German, Scottish, and Irish descent. Stone began acting as a child as a member of the Valley Youth Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona, where she made her stage debut in a production…

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Battle of the Sexes-Billie Jean King

Billie Jean comes from learning the game on free public tennis courts and in her legendary career, won 39 Grand Slam singles, doubles and mixed doubles tennis titles, including a record 20 championships at Wimbledon. She was one of nine players who broke away from the tennis establishment in 1970 and accepted $1 contracts from tennis promoter Gladys Heldman in Houston. The revolt led…

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Monthly Sweet Spot-July Newsletter

Monthly Sweet Spot July 2017 July has been a very exciting month for Billie Jean King’s Eye Coach! After celebrating the Fourth of July, Lenny, our Founder and President, enjoyed a weekend of Tennis with a couple of local clubs before heading down to Lake Nona, Florida to visit with the USTA on the National Campus! Billie Jean King’s Eye Coach visits the USTA…

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June’s Monthly Sweet Spot

Monthly Sweet Spot Words on the Eye Coach “I am a true believer after seeing how it worked on me! This really can change the game in many ways but mainly can allow the players to feel what they are supposed to feel and be able to own and control what they are doing. That is so important for their confidence and self-esteem! Along…

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Billie Jean King, Partner

Billie Jean comes from learning the game on free public tennis courts and in her legendary career, won 39 Grand Slam singles, doubles and mixed doubles tennis titles, including a record 20 championships at Wimbledon.   She was one of nine players who broke away from the tennis establishment in 1970 and accepted $1 contracts from tennis promoter Gladys Heldman in Houston. The revolt…

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Jon Seale, Eye Coach Sales Rep

Servant, Husband, Father and Tennis Nut Jon Seale is part of our National Sales team and one of our partners. His focus is to develop and train new facilities and coaches in the US with an emphasis on children. “I believe if we give the children the right tools and environment to be successful they will have more fun and develop faster. Billie Jean…

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