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Lenny’s Visit with Cliff Drysdale’s Team at Amelia Island

Lenny Schloss visited the Omni Amelia Island Plantation where he spent two days with the Cliff Drysdale Tennis Program. The Omni is an award-winning tennis resort, and the team of Tennis coaches fit right in with the “award winning” title. Sal Barboro, the Director of Tennis has worked with Cliff Drysdale for many years. Cliff Drysdale has created over 30 tennis facilities nationwide, including multiple…

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The Women’s Tennis Coaching Association

Grand Slam champions, internationally known tennis experts, college coaches, medical advisers, industry leaders and business experts all joined together at Women’s Tennis Coaching Association’s conference in New York City. Lenny was grateful to spend time with Mary Pierce (pictured upper right) and Dr. Michelle Cleere (pictured lower right). Mary Pierce is a French retired tennis professional who played on the Women’s Tennis Association tour. She has won four Grand Slam titles:…

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Tennis Industry Association Conference

Lenny was excited to spend time and catch up with Jolyn de Boer, Bill Riddle, Michele Krause. Lenny thinks of all of them as more than collegues, they are like family. Jolyn is the Executive Director at Tennis Industry Association. She has played an important role in the development of industry initiatives, research, marketing, technology innovations and rallying all sectors of the tennis industry toward a common goal….

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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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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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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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