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New Hampshire

New Hampshire Pros/Tips

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Spotlight on a Few New Hampshire Tennis Pros

 

Alejandro Andres

 

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Alejandro Andres is the Director of Tennis at Hampshire Hills Sports and Fitness Club in Milford NH. At Hampshire Hills he manages all the tennis programs, coaches USTA teams and teaches tennis. His certifications include PTR (Professional Tennis Registry) and PPTA (Professional Platform Tennis Registry). 

 

Born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, Alejandro lives in NH and is married with 3 daughters. He received an All American Award at Northeastern State University where he received a BA in Science. Ranked in the past as one of the top 10 players in New England by the USTA in both singles and doubles, he was also captain of one of four Boston Pro Tennis League teams for 3 years. 

 

Contact Alejandro at Hampshire Hills

(603) 673-7123 

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Nancy P. Grimes

 

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A USTA High Performance Coach, USPTA P1, Nancy has been teaching and coaching tennis players of all ages and ability levels in New Hampshire for many years. Graduating as a scholarship student-athlete from Boston University with a B.S. degree in Human Movement & Physical Education, she had expectations of teaching in the schools, but after one year started teaching and coaching tennis. Her strong playing background and education degree made this a perfect fit. As a USTA High Performance coach, she has been afforded opportunity to coach the most talented junior players from New England in national competition. Locally, Nancy enjoys contributing to the widely successful Granite State Kids program, serving as Head Pro until 2011.

 

Nancy also coaches multiple adult teams, teaches cardio tennis, adult 101 for beginners, and has classes for our littlest future champions participating in the 10 and under tennis initiative. Nancy continues to actively compete in local and national competition, including Intersectional, Friendship Cup and Addie Cup teams. With a current 5.0 NTRP rating, Nancy also competes in local USTA league teams including some that have advanced to National level play. During the winter months, Nancy works at the Cederdale Health Club in Haverhill, Massachusetts. In the summer, Nancy is Head Pro at the Bedford Bluffs tennis program, overseeing the adult curriculum and activities. She is also the sole proprietor of Grimes Tennis, a private court at her home in Bedford, where she teaches during the outdoor months.

 

Contact Nancy

Cell (603) 682-2101

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Marty Morrissey

 

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Marty currently works as a tennis pro at Hampshire Hills Sports and Fitness Club in Milford,NH where he coaches USTA teams and offers group and private tennis lessons.

 

He was the Head Coach of the Franklin Pierce University men's and women's 2013-14 tennis programs. Outside the world of intercollegiate tennis, Marty was a teaching pro at the Jasper Valley Swim and Tennis Club of Amherst, N.H. 

 

Before working at Franklin Pierce, Marty spent three years as the Head Coach for men's and women's tennis at Lesley University. Prior to his three years at Lesley, Marty worked one year as the Head Coach of the men's tennis team at Wheelock College, which also competes in the NECC and also one year with the UNH Wildcats, where he produced two NECC Academic All-Conference selections. While designated as the "men's" tennis program by Wheelock, the team was in fact a coed squad during Marty's tenure. Marty was also a UNH Wildcat as an undergraduate completing his studies at the University of New Hampshire with a bachelor's degree in philosophy in 2008. He played two years of tennis for UNH, primarily at second singles and first doubles.

 

Contact Marty at Hampshire Hills

(603) 673-7123 

 

Phillip Eisenmann

 

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Phil is a resident of Gilmanton, member of the USTA, and a former high school tennis player, with years of coaching experience, giving group and private instruction. Phil is an enthusiastic coach, active in teaching children the basics of youth sports with his continued involvement with Gilmanton Youth Organization (GYO), Lakes Region United Soccer Club (LRU), and his co-founding of Lakes Region Tennis Association (LRTA). Over the last few years, Phil has worked in partnership with the local towns of Gilmanton, Belmont, Alton, Sanbornton, and New Durham to re-establish tennis programs.

 

Contact Phil

603.267.7912

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Tips from New Hampshire Tennis Pros

 

If you are playing a lefty and struggling to return the lefty's spin serve on the "ad" side, adjust your position by taking a step or two FORWARD as well as TO YOUR LEFT towards the alley. Most lefties do not serve as well "down the T" so you can afford to cheat positionally towards the alley. But the key is also to move forward a step.

Nancy Grimes, Tennis Pro, Bedford, NH

 

The split step is important to success on the tennis court at all levels of play yet many recreational players completely skip it. Split step as your opponent takes his or her racket back and you will be balanced and ready for your next shot. 

Alejandro Andres, Tennis Director, Hampshire Hills, Milford, NH

 

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