Cliff Drysdale Tennis and Julian Krinsky Camps & Programs (JKCP) have announced a strategic partnership aimed at promoting world class tennis offerings to a diverse audience.
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One of the most well-known nicknames for tennis is the ‘Sport of a Lifetime.’ Most of the time, when people reference tennis this way, they are focused on the fact that tennis is a sport that can be played right on into retirement. While this is absolutely true, we also like to remind everyone that a lifetime also includes our childhoods.
Topics: Tennis Camp
If you’re a high school student-athlete looking to take your game to the next level, you should be doing everything you can to earn an athletic scholarship from a top college or university.
According to the latest statistics report from Tennis Industry Association (TIA), there are nearly 18 million tennis players in the US, and nearly 4 million of them are kids and teenagers. Active participation of youth in this kind of sport can contribute to the future of tennis in the US, and to the individual success of high school and youth tennis players themselves.
Over the last 40 years, Julian has turned his passion of playing tennis into a successful business with a mission of helping kids learn, grow and succeed. The ability to create life-changing experiences and inspire the leaders of tomorrow is what has driven Julian from the very beginning, and continues to motivate JKCP today. On October 19, Julian was inducted into the USTA Middle States Hall of Fame, an event that takes place every two years. The USTA Middle States Hall of Fame supports junior tennis programs and activities as well as furthering tennis education objectives in the Middle States. The purpose is to recognize individuals who have made significant achievements and contributions to the sport of tennis. Huffington Post wrote a great article acknowledging this years inductee's, which quoted Hall of Fame Chair Lance Lee saying, "This class has accomplished some truly amazing feats in our tennis community. All four of these individuals have made a substantial impact on our sport and on the USTA community as a whole. They're a truly deserving group."
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If you’ve met Julian, he’s probably asked you “howzit?” A friendly, South African greeting meaning hello, how are you, what are you up to? On our blog, we’ll share how we’re doing and hope you’ll do the same. So…howzit?
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