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Saddleback (criminal justice)
University of Central Oklahoma (Enrolled)
My name is Kriss. I have played tennis for ten years and coached for 2 years various students who were looking to better enhance their tennis skills. I have played 4 years of varsity tennis at San Juan Hills High School, I have played on the USTA for 7 years playing numerous tournaments, and I also played at the college level. As a coach I love to see my students try their hardest, giving it 110% every practice. I will teach my students everything and I don't require previous tennis knowledge. I will them forehands, backhands, volleys,overheads, serves, footwork, warm-ups, exercises, and other fundamentals of tennis. I have also played football for eight years at the high school level, leagues, and I have coached. I expect the same from my students like my tennis students 110% ever practice. I have also played and coached baseball. I played for eight years in numerous leagues and have won numerous championships with my teams. I have been an assistant coach for leagues and have coached students one on one teaching them how to hit, run, slide, infield, catch, throw, and workout for the sport. I hope to here from you soon so you can better your game.
My name is Kriss. I have played tennis for ten years and coached for 2 years various students who were looking to better enhance their tennis skills. I have played 4 years of varsity tennis at San Juan Hills High School, I have played on the USTA for 7 years playing numerous tournaments,
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