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to foster the growth and development of tennis players at every skill level. from those aspiring to go pro to those who simply enjoy the game. I am committed to nurturing tennis players of all levels, from aspiring professionals to recreational players, by providing expert coaching, motivation, and a positive community. My ultimate objective is to create a truly fulfilling and enjoyable tennis experience for every individual involved. Together, we can achieve great things on and off the court. Let's make tennis an unforgettable journey of growth and success.

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When I was just 7 years old, my journey in the world of tennis began at the Boys and Girls Club in Atlanta. It all started with a simple invitation from a counselor, asking if anyone wanted to join the tennis program. Without hesitation, I eagerly raised my hand. Little did I know at that time how significant this decision would be for me. Every Friday, I embarked on a path of growth and development as I honed my skills on the court. My coach provided constant encouragement and praise, which fueled my passion for the sport.

Recognizing my potential, my mother made a conscious decision to enroll me in a more intensive training program at Washington Park Tennis Center. By the age of 8, I found myself competing in USTA matches and tournaments with great enthusiasm. As time went on, I steadily climbed through the ranks and participated in national-level competitions. With each challenge faced and overcome, I pushed myself further to reach new heights in the world of tennis.

I found myself dedicating countless hours to practice and training, sacrificing playdates and social outings for the sake of my passion. The countless hours spent on the court paid off, as I started to see improvements in my game and in my ranking.

As I progressed in my tennis journey, I faced many challenges and setbacks. There were times when I lost matches, struggled with injuries, and doubted my abilities. But these obstacles only fueled my determination to work harder and become better. I learned to bounce back from defeat, searching for the lessons hidden within each loss.

The tennis community became my second family. I formed friendships with fellow players, coaches, and mentors, all of whom pushed me to push myself. They offered guidance, support, and a shoulder to lean on during tough times. Together, we celebrated victories and endured losses, forming an unbreakable bond.

Playing tennis also allowed me to travel and compete in various parts of the country. I had the opportunity to visit new places, experience different cultures, and forge connections with people from all walks of life. These experiences broadened my horizons and enriched my understanding of the world.

As I look back on my tennis journey, I am grateful for the opportunities it has afforded me. Tennis has taught me many invaluable life lessons - perseverance, resilience, discipline, and the importance of hard work. It has molded me into a determined and focused individual, capable of tackling challenges head-on.

Although my competitive tennis career has come to a close, my enduring enthusiasm for the sport persists. I find great fulfillment in imparting the knowledge and skills of tennis to others and fostering a sense of unity within the tennis community. Tennis has left an indelible mark on my life, molding me into the individual I am today.


- 2014 UGA All-American Honors / 2014- 2015 Team Captain / 2014 Dick Copas Male Athlete Leadership of the Year Award0/ 2014 Co-President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)/ 2014 Member of The UGA Leadership Academy , L.E.A.D.(Only 11 student-athletes were selected that year) / 2013- 2014 Athletic Directors Honor Roll, and SEC Honor Roll/ 2019 Career high 119 ATP Doubles / 2019 Career High 509 ATP Singles/  2018, 75k Calgary, Canada ATP Champion, 75k Launceston, Australia runner up, 50K Morelos, Mexico Runner up, 150K Indian Wells ATP Runner up, 50k Panama City, Panama Runner up. / 2010-2018 Us Open Doubles Main Draw Participant ​/ 2017 Davis Cup Practice partner -  Coach was Jim Courier  - Players: Jack Sock, John Isner, Sam Query, Steve Johnson/ 2019 Monterrey 150k Doubles Champion 


"Skill and raw athleticism are mere commodities at this level. What gets people to the big leagues is persistence, focus, professionalism, and a good head on one’s shoulders. Nathan possesses all those qualities."


"Nathan has achieved all of his success, to this point in his life, without the benefit of financial support from his family. Nathan has a passion for the game and has had to be creative and resourceful in order to compete at the highest level. He is no stranger to hardship or hard work."


"His big serve, explosive movement, and soft hands are matched by his hard work and desire to reach the next level. I look forward to following him for years to come."

A Little Support Goes A Long Way

As you are aware, based on my story, even a small amount of support can make a significant impact. There are numerous ways in which you can contribute to supporting me and the tennis community: through donations, sponsorship opportunities, exploring my blog, sharing my mission with others, and more. I am truly grateful for all the support I have received throughout the years and I am committed to paying it forward by spreading love and positivity. Thank you for everything.

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