The bit about Borg is magnificent! I wish I'd
written it myself. I have a similar about Jaime Fillol and
Alan Hager Chair, Department of English, University of
your website to be refreshingly uncluttered
and instructional. Of course, the best part is that
sprinkled throughout are tasty morcels of humor. (And
I'm not even a tennis player!)
PhD, Belmont, CA
|I read The Perfect Moment
(Tennis Prose link) with a touch of nostalgia as I recalled special
moments at matches with my youngest son. He too was enamored
with his father's ability at four; I'm just sorry it didn't last much
past seven or eight. Nevertheless, he still comes out to watch my
senior matches from time to time.
Keep up the good work at tennisfresno — it does make a
difference. As an educator with lots of contact with kids, I have
intimate knowledge of how values are imparted in many different ways.
Cliff Eischen, Legendary Fresno Player
|John Gruberg has a creative
spark that has always combined in an exciting way with his tennis
expertise. I think I'll keep an eye on his website.
Scott Borowiak, Borowiak Tennis & Golf Tours
|This site is very
well done! I enjoyed every section. Ken Walsh has some
great shots of Roeding Park's motley crew. And the caricatures
are fantastic. Keep up the good work!
Randy Shearsmith, High School
Tennis Coach, Chowchilla, CA
to tennisfresno.com! The site brings back great
memories from all the years I spent hanging out at the
Roeding Park courts.
Kuo, Grants Pass, OR
playing tennis in Fresno during the 70's and 80's. It
seems good things are still happening there. And tennisfresno
looks like one of them.
Chuck Bleckinger, Wisconsin Tennis Hall Of Famer
|I am especially
excited about the Case Studies in the Training link
and the Junior Team link. My students will gain a
lot there. I look forward to seeing the future progress of
Chris Magyary, No.1 NorCal 2000
Tennis Professional, Club Sport Valley Vista, Walnut Creek, CA