Country Club Tennis
- Pro's Corner
- Tennis Rates
- Instruction / Clinics
- Glenview Champions
- Nancy Lopez Legacy
- Jr. Tennis Academy
Players should call Glenview Tennis at 753-1317 and sign up in advance for Round Robins.
- GLENVIEW TENNIS CLUB
Start/Restart Tennis Clinics
- Every Tuesday 9AM
Every Friday 9AM and 10AM
This clinic is for beginners to 3.0 players, or for people that just haven't played for a while. Fee is $15 per 1 hour session.
Please contact the tennis center for more information. 352-753-1317
- GLENVIEW TENNIS CLUB
- Monday: 2:00pm Wednesday: 4:00pm Thursday: 2:00pm Friday: 2:00pm
Upcoming Tennis Events
Country Club Tennis - Staff
Mark Davis Tennis Professional / USPTA
Mark comes to us from Delaware. He started his love of tennis in his early teens. He played for his high school and college teams. He started teaching tennis while in college in the local community parks and recreation department. After graduating from The University of Delaware, his love of teaching continued as he became a physical education teacher and athletic director in a private school in the Newark area where he continued teaching and coaching the school team. Mark has also been a long time USTA league participant. In 2013, he participated in the National senior games in Cleveland, where he and his doubles partner earned a 4th place award. As a USPTA teaching professional, Mark is excited to be a part of this beautiful tennis community, and looks forward to working with all tennis enthusiasts.
Your ideas and suggestions are always welcome. Call Mark at 352-753-1317 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dave Abbott Tennis Staff Supervisor
Dave began playing tennis at the age of 8 years. His father was the Minnesota State doubles champion in 1938 and used to have to carry his net with him to the clay courts in Minneapolis. Dave continued playing until age 25 when lack of playing partners forced him to pursue his other passions of golf and downhill skiing. A neighbor reignited his interest at age 48 and he played USTA tennis at the Cascade athletic club in Gresham, OR for 4 years. Dave moved to The Villages one year ago and has enjoyed the beautiful tennis and golf facilities available here. He looks forward to working with The Villages tennis community and helping implement new ideas.
Mike Frank Instructor
Mike has over 40 years experience teaching, playing and coaching tennis. Prior to coming to The Villages, Mike was a certified instructor at West End Tennis Club in New Orleans. He remained there until Katrina destroyed the tennis club. Mike's motto is "keep the ball in play until you can put it away".
Angela Huang Assistant Tennis Instructor/Hitting Partner
Angela recently moved from China to the United States. She turned pro at the age of 12 and played for the "Tianjin City Tennis Team" in China for 10 years. This team has ranked consistently as one of the top teams on the Chinese tours. In 1997, Angela moved to Shenzhen, China, where she started her coaching career. She worked with children from age 3-5 to all levels of adult tennis players. She believes tennis is one of the healthiest activities because Tennis engages your mind and body at the same time, as well as team camaraderie. Angela is looking forward to working with you on one of the Villages' tennis courts.
Debbie Reyna Instructor
Debbie moved to The Villages from Illinois. She started playing tennis when she was 33 years old and started as a beginner. She worked her way from a 2.5 beginner level to a 5.0. Since she started as an adult she has a different approach and view to tennis instruction and play. Debbie provides private lessons as well as runs clinics. It is important to take lessons to work on a particular stroke or skill, but just as important to attend clinics to be able to put those things into play in a live situation. One of Debbies favorite sayings is “placement over power.”
Greg Dextraze Instructor
Greg considers himself a native to Florida even though he was born here. He has been residing in Lake County since 1974. His passion for tennis that began at an early age carried over with him playing all four years at Mount Dora High School. He then received a two year scholarship at Lake Sumter Community College. Since then, Greg has taught and then played in competitive USTA tennis tournaments from the Men’s 25’division to his current age division. He has played in National events throughout the country. Greg’s highest rank in the state was #3 in 2016 and his highest national ranking was #28 in 2020. Greg’s passion as a teacher has always been to elevate his student’s game all the while enjoying the sport
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