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Jacky Cheong

USPTA Professionals must be at least 18 years old, pass the on-court and written portions of the exam, and complete Stage 1 and 2 of Coach Youth Tennis. They should be able to organize and implement most tennis programs, assist with and develop competitive players, and assist with and/or direct pro shop management and facility maintenance. Depending on the person’s experience, a USPTA Professional’s job description may range from assistant pro to head tennis professional. USPTA Professionals are required to earn 6 credits every three years to maintain their membership.

USPTA Coach | ATP/WTA Photographer | Media Blogger

Tennis Blog - JCtennis.com
My Travel Photos - CaliTennis.com
Lessons - Carmel Valley Tennis


Experience & Training

Photography & Media

Tennis Charity & Fundraising

Tennis Co-Host @ Meetup.com (DC / VA / MD)
Arlington Tennis Singles - Facebook Page

Tennis Academy Reviews & Rankings

  1. Saddlebrook - Hopman Camp (Tampa, FL): Howard Moore
  2. Sanchez-Casal Academy (Barcelona, Spain): Emilio Sanchez
  3. Stanford's Nike Boot Camp (Palo Alto, CA): Dick Gould
  4. Wintergreen VA Tennis Academy: Thomas Johnston -> Jon Sarosiek
  5. John Newcombe Tennis Ranch - (New Braunfels, TX): John Newcombe
  6. Sea Colony Tennis Camp (Delaware): Dave Marshall -> Thomas Johnston

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