Friday, March 20, 2015

Local Tennis Instructor attains Celebrity status

Well, All most.  Daniel A. Young, Sr. is featured in the March 2015 Issue of "Boom" Magazine.

The Tennis Doctor Dan Young in Boom

"Any Tennis stroke taught in less than an hour."  That's what he says.

Dan Young is an amazing, diligent Tennis Instructor, using such quotes from 
Issac Newton as "An object at rest tends to stay at rest, an object in motion tends to stay in motion
or his police venacular: "Hold it right there, Buddy."
or just: "Stop Ball," all which he uses to teach the
serve, forehand, backhand and volley, even the over-
head and lob, and gives a free lesson if he's late for a
lesson, you hit the target balls, or refer, or bring a friend to take a lesson.

Young is known as the Dr. of Tennis Psychology, Geometry, and Angles on win-
ning and teaches the classical, more elegant and picturesque one hand backhand
only.  Not because it's easier but because, but because says Young, "It gives better performance by requiring less running, permits a greater variety of shots, but most importantly the one hand backhand or forehand causes fewer injuries
to the elbow, the wrist or to the knees.

After March Madness, Young says a Tennis Challenge will be just what Tennis players, team Tennis Players, and club players will be looking for as the summer season approaches.

Young, a former high school Tennis Coach, winner of "9" Senior Games Tennis Tournaments, winner of 4.0 Men's closed Singles Tennis Tournament at the Raleigh Racquet Club, 2016, and did I mention, he's an inventor, ranked #1 by USTA NC South in his age Division.

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