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Texas

USTA TEXAS 

VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHTS

<h2>USTA TEXAS </h2>
<h1>VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHTS</h1>
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Robert Rubel

Allison Getz

 

Robert Rubel has been a USTA Texas Volunteer for nearly 20 years, serving as its President from 2009-10 and on the Executive Committee ever since. As a volunteer with the Dallas Tennis Assocation, Robert looked to Jim & Mary Chaffin and Lee Hamilton who were involved at the section and national level. The three were all encouraging to join USTA Texas and led to his involvement in the organization. When he isn't volunteering, Robert is an internal auditor and a tennis coach for Zion Lutheran School.

 

On what tennis means to him:

 

"Tennis challenges you to play with true sportsmanship. When you step on the court, you should always play your best and give the opponent the benefit of the doubt. You also learn a lot about people the way they handle themselves on the court."

 

His highlight of being President:

 

"Hosting the USTA Annual meeting in Dallas in 2010 and winning the first and only 36 ft. ADVERTISEMENT Texas "Snowdown" and having a Texas Bar-B-Q . Serving as Chair of the Presidents committee in 2009-2010 with Lucy Garvin."

 

Why being a volunteer is so important to him:

 

"It has been very rewarding to be involved at the CTA level, the Section Level, and the national level and to be part of the growth of the game."

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