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2019 Hall of Fame Luncheon
2019 Hall of Fame Luncheon

The USTA Northern California Tennis Hall of Fame is honored to induct the following tennis greats to the Class of 2019: Jeff Greenwald, Elly Hakami, Linda Peltz, Mike Skinner and Brad Stine. The luncheon will be held on Friday, June 21, at the Peninsula Golf & Country Club in San Mateo, CA, from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm.

Introduced to tennis by watching his father and brother play, Jeff reached No. 2 in New England and No. 59 nationally when he was 16 years old. He played No. 1 for UC Santa Barbara, and was ranked No. 77 in the ITA National ranking. He went on the pro tour for two years and reached No. 795 ATP. He was a Marketing Manager for the ATP Tour, assisting with Tour Sponsorships and TV, after he left the pro tour. Jeff moved to Germany for two years, where he was Tennis Director at the Uhlenhorster Hockey Club and played on club teams. Following his return in the United States, he earned his Master’s in Clinical and Sport Psychology from John F. Kennedy University and started working with renowned performance psychologist, James Loehr. Jeff became the Men’s 35 ITF World Champion in 2001, as well as being ranked No. 1 in the world in the Men’s 35 Singles and Doubles categories. He has won a total of six Gold Balls, two Silver Balls, and four Bronze Balls. He is now a renowned Sport Psychology and consult with the USTA, USTA NorCal, and USPTA, and speak at worldwide conferences. Jeff has published “The Best Tennis of Your Life,” the 3rd best-selling tennis psychology book. He also became a licensed marriage and family therapist in 2002, so he clientele is a mix of athletes and clinical psychology.
Introduced to tennis by watching his father and brother play, Jeff reached No. 2 in New England and No. 59 nationally when he was 16 years old. He played No. 1 for UC Santa Barbara, and was ranked No. 77 in the ITA National ranking. He went on the pro tour for two years and reached No. 795 ATP. He was a Marketing Manager for the ATP Tour, assisting with Tour Sponsorships and TV, after he left the pro tour. Jeff moved to Germany for two years, where he was Tennis Director at the Uhlenhorster Hockey Club and played on club teams. Following his return in the United States, he earned his Master’s in Clinical and Sport Psychology from John F. Kennedy University and started working with renowned performance psychologist, James Loehr. Jeff became the Men’s 35 ITF World Champion in 2001, as well as being ranked No. 1 in the world in the Men’s 35 Singles and Doubles categories. He has won a total of six Gold Balls, two Silver Balls, and four Bronze Balls. He is now a renowned Sport Psychology and consult with the USTA, USTA NorCal, and USPTA, and speak at worldwide conferences. Jeff has published “The Best Tennis of Your Life,” the 3rd best-selling tennis psychology book. He also became a licensed marriage and family therapist in 2002, so he clientele is a mix of athletes and clinical psychology.

Jeff Greenwald

Introduced to tennis by watching his father and brother play, Jeff reached No. 2 in New England and No. 59 nationally when he was 16 years old. He played No. 1 for UC Santa Barbara, and was ranked No. 77 in the ITA National ranking. He went on the pro tour for two years and reached No. 795 ATP. He was a Marketing Manager for the ATP Tour, assisting with Tour Sponsorships and TV, after he left the pro tour. Jeff moved to Germany for two years, where he was Tennis Director at the Uhlenhorster Hockey Club and played on club teams. Following his return in the United States, he earned his Master’s in Clinical and Sport Psychology from John F. Kennedy University and started working with renowned performance psychologist, James Loehr. Jeff became the Men’s 35 ITF World Champion in 2001, as well as being ranked No. 1 in the world in the Men’s 35 Singles and Doubles categories. He has won a total of six Gold Balls, two Silver Balls, and four Bronze Balls. He is now a renowned Sport Psychology and consult with the USTA, USTA NorCal, and USPTA, and speak at worldwide conferences. Jeff has published “The Best Tennis of Your Life,” the 3rd best-selling tennis psychology book. He also became a licensed marriage and family therapist in 2002, so he clientele is a mix of athletes and clinical psychology.
Bio coming soon.
Bio coming soon.

Elly Hakami

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Originally from San Mateo, CA, but now calling Fresno, CA, his home, Brad Stine played tennis throughout high school, then at the Cañada Junior Community College, before transferring to Fresno State. He became the Assistant Coach for the Men’s Tennis Team right after he graduated. He was promoted to the Head Coach position three years later, becoming the youngest Head Coach in the country at 26 years old. Under him, the team had its first ever national ranking and was in the top 25 for three seasons. Brad was contacted by Greg Patton to become the Assistant Coach for the Junior Davis Cup team in the summers, coaching the likes of Jim Courier, Peter Sampras, or Michael Chang. Jim Courier hired him as his coach in 1991 until 1994, and again from 1997 until 2000, when he retired. Brad helped Courier become No. 1 ATP and win two French Open titles and two Australian Open titles. He also coached Andrei Medvedev (ranked in the top 10 ATP), Mardy Fish, and Sebastien Grosjean. He directed his Tennis Academy in Fresno for a few years, and then coached full time with the USTA. In December 2017, Brad started coaching South African tennis player Kevin Anderson, whom he’s been coaching ever since. He has already helped him reach his first ever ATP Finals Tournament and his best ranking at No. 5 ATP.
Originally from San Mateo, CA, but now calling Fresno, CA, his home, Brad Stine played tennis throughout high school, then at the Cañada Junior Community College, before transferring to Fresno State. He became the Assistant Coach for the Men’s Tennis Team right after he graduated. He was promoted to the Head Coach position three years later, becoming the youngest Head Coach in the country at 26 years old. Under him, the team had its first ever national ranking and was in the top 25 for three seasons. Brad was contacted by Greg Patton to become the Assistant Coach for the Junior Davis Cup team in the summers, coaching the likes of Jim Courier, Peter Sampras, or Michael Chang. Jim Courier hired him as his coach in 1991 until 1994, and again from 1997 until 2000, when he retired. Brad helped Courier become No. 1 ATP and win two French Open titles and two Australian Open titles. He also coached Andrei Medvedev (ranked in the top 10 ATP), Mardy Fish, and Sebastien Grosjean. He directed his Tennis Academy in Fresno for a few years, and then coached full time with the USTA. In December 2017, Brad started coaching South African tennis player Kevin Anderson, whom he’s been coaching ever since. He has already helped him reach his first ever ATP Finals Tournament and his best ranking at No. 5 ATP.

Brad Stine

Originally from San Mateo, CA, but now calling Fresno, CA, his home, Brad Stine played tennis throughout high school, then at the Cañada Junior Community College, before transferring to Fresno State. He became the Assistant Coach for the Men’s Tennis Team right after he graduated. He was promoted to the Head Coach position three years later, becoming the youngest Head Coach in the country at 26 years old. Under him, the team had its first ever national ranking and was in the top 25 for three seasons. Brad was contacted by Greg Patton to become the Assistant Coach for the Junior Davis Cup team in the summers, coaching the likes of Jim Courier, Peter Sampras, or Michael Chang. Jim Courier hired him as his coach in 1991 until 1994, and again from 1997 until 2000, when he retired. Brad helped Courier become No. 1 ATP and win two French Open titles and two Australian Open titles. He also coached Andrei Medvedev (ranked in the top 10 ATP), Mardy Fish, and Sebastien Grosjean. He directed his Tennis Academy in Fresno for a few years, and then coached full time with the USTA. In December 2017, Brad started coaching South African tennis player Kevin Anderson, whom he’s been coaching ever since. He has already helped him reach his first ever ATP Finals Tournament and his best ranking at No. 5 ATP.
Bio coming soon.
Bio coming soon.

Linda Peltz

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Bio coming soon.
Bio coming soon.

Mike Skinner

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