Lindenwod University (Sports Management)
David H. has been active in tennis for the past 21 years. His playing career began at the age of 10. The next 8 years were spent playing the junior tournament circuit throughout BC Canada and Washington State, along with trips to the BC Summer Games and high school tennis provincials. The culmination of his junior career would lead to numerous scholarship offers from every level of NCAA competition, and in turn a playing career at Lindenwood University in St. Louis, Missouri.
His coaching career began at the age of 15, when he was hired as the Junior Tennis Pro at the Nelson Tennis Club in Nelson, BC. Over the next few years, he coached at facilities in Castlegar, Trail, Vancouver (coach at UBC summer tennis camps 2001-2002), and Kelowna (coach at Golds Gym and Racquet Club and Okanagan Mission Tennis Club). During his 4 years of university, he returned each summer to the BC Kootenays to run the tennis programs in Nelson, Castlegar, and Trail for 4 months, and also coached at clubs in the St. Louis area. Upon completion of his degree in Sports Administration, he returned to Lindenwood University to coach the Junior Varsity team during their 2009 season. He returned to coaching in Vancouver in 2010, and launched A.T.L.D in April of 2012. During 4 years of operations in Vancouver, David and his team of coaches became Vancouver's leading independent provider of tennis lessons, working with an average of 150 individuals per year. Seeking a warmer climate, David moved to Chandler in July of 2016, bringing A.T.L.D tennis lessons to the Phoenix East Valley.
Please feel free to contact David to book your lessons or request more information. David H. has been active in tennis for the past 21 years. His playing career began at the age of 10. The next 8 years were spent playing the junior tournament circuit throughout BC Canada and Washington State, along with trips to the BC Summer Games and high school tennis provincials. The culmination of his junior career would lead to numerous
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I have been coaching tennis for 16 years, at a multitude of levels from beginner rec center programs to NCAA university tennis teams. I am PTR certified. I also played NCAA tennis on an athletic scholarship.