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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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Hugo Allen, International Director

Hugo is the Managing Director of Connected Clubs the European distributor for the Billie Jean King Eye Coach. He also coaches in and around London and runs Visiomotion Tennis, a coach education company. He works closely with the Eye Coach US team working particularly on international strategy and training development. Hugo has been coaching all levels of players for over 10 years and is…

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We Went To Texas!

At the Texas Tennis Association’s Conference the Billie Jean King’s Eye Coach was surrounded by tennis players from all walks of life, from beginners to coaches, they all wanted to know how they could increase hitting the Sweet Spot 40%! Our President and Founder, Lenny Schloss was there with Grady MceKee, one of Eye Coach’s great ambassadors & Director of Tennis at Eldorado, to…

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Chris Shultz with Baltimore Fitness and Tennis

By this time I expect those reading this to be aware of multiple benefits The Eye Coach has as an instructional tool for both tennis athletes and coaches. We all know how it has helped us acutely address body mechanic issues with students both with positioning and swing concepts. Students today have cleaner points of contact because of better use of their balance from…

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Carolyn Healey with Tennis Perfections

Carolyn Healey

About Carolyn Healey It’s a joy to reflect upon how much tennis has embraced my life. I was very fortunate that my childhood home backed on to a tennis club.  The club outside Wellington, New Zealand, had six hard courts, four grass courts, and a substantial hit-up wall.  Formal proposed-membership was required, only whites were worn, and both inter-club matches and inter-provincial tournaments were…

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Jack Schore Tennis with Jack Schore

About Jack Schore The winningest coach in Stanford men’s tennis history, and arguably the best college tennis coach of all time, Dick Gould, referred to him as “probably one of the two or three best coaches in the country.” Tennis channel even anointed him with the prefix, “Visionary coach.” The term legendary has also been closely associated with him, and his resumé more than…

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Taconic Sport and Racquet with Simon Gale

About Simon Gale Simon was born in Melbourne, on the East Coast of Australia and grew up in Perth on the West Coast of Australia. From a young age, every weekend, Simon and his family could be found at their local tennis centre. This exposure to tennis grew his passion for the sport. His career coaching tennis began helping his local tennis coach with…

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All Court Tennis Inc.

About Raul Rodriguez I got the love of tennis from my dad.  He was my primary coach as a kid.  I grew up in Goose Creek, SC but went to a tennis academy held at the Charleston tennis center.   I was fortunate enough to earn a tennis scholarship to the Citadel and was a team captain my final two years. I spent six years…

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Laurel Country Club

About Bo Gard Bo is a native of Romania, where he played on the Romanian National Tennis Team as a junior.  From 1998 until 2004, he was the tennis coach for the KulturPark Tennis Club in Izmir, Turkey where he was in charge of the junior program.  He won the Turkish National Championship as a player and coach with his club back in 2000….

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Le Tennis Academy

Le Tennis Academy

About Vanessa Pardo “My name is Vanessa Pardo, I was born and raised in France. I was initially a competitive swimmer before being introduced to tennis at the age of 10. I immediately fell in love with the sport!  Within that year, I was very fortunate to be introduced to Daniel Contet who was himself a former #30 singles and #10 Doubles ATP tour…

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