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Talent Spotlight

January Honor Roll

Alicia Black, (5/12/1998), Miami: Black reached the final of both Les Petits As in Tarbes, France, and the AEGON Junior International in Bolton, England. She trains at the USTA Training Center Headquarters in Boca Raton, Fla., with USTA National Coach Freddie Rodriguez, and previously worked with her father, Sly. 
 
William Blumberg, (1/26/1998), Greenwich, Conn.: Blumberg reached the final of Les Petits As in Tarbes, France, where he lost to compatriot Francis Tiafoe. Blumberg trains at the USTA Training Center-East in Flushing, N.Y., and previously trained with various coaches.
 
Gail Brodsky, (6/5/1991), Brooklyn, N.Y.: Brodsky reached the final at consecutive USTA Pro Circuit $25,000 events in Innisbrook, Fla., and Plantation, Fla. She trains at the USTA Training Center-East in Flushing, N.Y., and previously trained with various coaches.
 
Lauren Davis, (10/9/1993), Gates Mills, Ohio: Davis won her fifth professional title at the USTA Pro Circuit $25,000 event in Plantation, Fla., and reached the semifinals of the $25,000 event in Innisbrook, Fla. She is coached by Jacopo Tezza and trains at the Evert Tennis Academy in Boca Raton, Fla.
 
Conner Farren, (10/4/1994), Hillsborough, Calif.: Farren reached the final of the Coffee Bowl in San Jose, Costa Rica, where he lost to compatriot Noah Rubin. Farren is coached by Dave Mabbutt
 
Krista Hardebeck, (9/14/1994), Santa Ana, Calif.: Hardebeck won the title at the Loy Yang Traralgon International in Traralgon, Australia.  She is coached by Robert Van’t Hof
 
Christina Makarova, (5/29/1996), San Diego: Makarova reached the final of the Coffee Bowl in San Jose, Costa Rica, where she lost to compatriot Sachia Vickery. Makarova is coached by her mother, Luda.
 
Grace Min, (5/6/1994), Norcross, Ga.: Min won her first professional final at the USTA Pro Circuit $25,000 event in Innisbrook, Fla. She trains full-time at the USTA Training Center Headquarters in Boca Raton, Fla., and works with USTA Coach Troy Hahn. Prior to training in Boca, Min worked with Greg Amerson at Life Time Tennis Atlanta, a USTA Certified Regional Training Center.
 
Michael Mmoh, (1/10/1998), Temple Hills, Md.: Mmoh reached the final of the AEGON Junior International in Bolton, England, where he lost to compatriot Francis Tiafoe. He trains with Red Ayme at the IMG Bollettieri Tennis Academy in Bradenton, Fla.
 
Noah Rubin, (2/21/1996), Rockville Centre, N.Y.: Rubin won his first international title at the Coffee Bowl in San Jose, Costa Rica, where he beat compatriot Connor Farren in the final. Rubin is coached by is his father, Eric, as well as Lawrence Klieger.
 
Alexandria Stiteler, (5/11/1996), Jensen Beach, Fla.: Stiteler reached the final of the Torneo Internacional Junior de Pontevedra in Pontevedra, Spain. 
 
Francis Tiafoe, (1/20/1998), College Park, Md.: Tiafoe captured both the singles titles at both Les Petits As in Tarbes, France, and the AEGON Junior International in Bolton, England. He trains at the Junior Tennis Champions Center, a USTA Certified Regional Training Center in College Park, Md., with coach Misha Kouznetsov.
 
Jack Sock, (9/24/1992), Lincoln, Neb.: Sock won his second professional title at the USTA Pro Circuit Futures in Plantation, Fla., and reached the semifinals a week later at the Futures in Sunrise, Fla. He trains with coach Mike Wolf. 
 
Taylor Townsend, (4/16/1996), Stockbridge, Ga.: Townsend won the girls’ singles and doubles titles at the Australian Open, becoming the first American since Lindsay Davenport to sweep both junior titles at a Grand Slam event. She trains at the USTA Training Center Headquarters in Boca Raton, Fla., with USTA Lead National Coach Kathy Rinaldi, and has worked as well with Donald Young Sr.
 
Sachia Vickery, (5/11/1995), Miramar, Fla.: Vickery won the title at the Coffee Bowl in San Jose, Costa Rica, where she beat compatriot Christina Makarova. She is coached by Otis Johnson.
 

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