tenfitmen - anyone seen this guy?

FiReFTW

Legend
But seriously yeah he plays good and I watched his djoko vids last week, was very fun, alltho it was a bit funny how he broke down crying because he played with novak.
Cmon hes a grown man :D
 

onehandbh

Legend
It's hard being a YouTube coach.

If the internet goes down you are nothing- jolly
Real coaches like this guy will still be business even if the internet goes down.

I saw a split step, active footwork, open stance, and topspin. Modern tennis?

I'm going to contact him the next time I visit NY.

 

J011yroger

Talk Tennis Guru
Real coaches like this guy will still be business even if the internet goes down.

I saw a split step, active footwork, open stance, and topspin. Modern tennis?

I'm going to contact him the next time I visit NY.

Dear Tennis Lover,

David’s Elite Tennis Training proud owner David Rothblatt has wanted to be a tennis teaching professional since the time he was a small child. His love and passion for this wonderful sport were shown very early on when he was only six years old. It all started when his family would travel to Florida in the winter time and David received hours of top tennis instruction from the tennis director at the Glen Eagles Florida tennis center. It was there that David had found his one true calling in life.

When David was fourteen years old he tried out for the Division 1 Varsity tennis team at Roslyn High School. Over 120 students were David’s competition to have a spot on this very prestigious tennis team. It was that year when David was a freshman the team had a senior named Ricky Becker playing #1 singles. Ricky was the #1 ranked 18 & under player on the East Coast and the #6 18 & under player in the nation. He had a full ride to Stanford to play tennis the next fall and was looking at a career as a touring professional once he graduated college.

While on the surface David Rothblatt had no chance of making the varsity tennis team in 1991 David had other ideas. He was very clear about his goal. I WILL DO WHATEVER IT TAKES TO MAKE THIS TEAM!! Not one person including his loving parents thought David had a shot to get a spot on one of Long Island’s highest rated tennis teams. Despite the obvious odds against him David persevered and made the team!! Once the teenager’s goal was achieved everyone around David became very silent. They had all seen that the impossible just became possible!!

David played four years on the varsity tennis team at Roslyn High School from 1991-1995. Sophomore year his tennis coach awarded the kid who was not supposed to be there the MOST IMPROVED PLAYER AWARD. That same year in 1992 David was in the highest group at the Port Washington Tennis Academy known as JC (Junior Championship) GOLD. Now David had a magnificent opportunity to train with nationally ranked juniors from all over Long Island. Two short years later in 1994 David was second singles for the Varsity tennis team at Roslyn High School and ranked #1 on Long Island in the boys 18 & under division. The young tennis player who everyone had told to stop being such a dreamer was about to make his mark in the tennis world.

David wanted to turn professional in the summer of 1995 at the age of 18 years old. Instead of going to college like all of his friends and tennis tournament buddies he wanted to play tennis FULL TIME. Despite his perseverance with wanting to be a touring pro right there and then his parents were adamant about needing a college education to fall back on in case tennis did not work out. Having the full respect of his loving parents he listened and attended Oneonta to play tennis for Coach Baker.

Oneonta head tennis coach Baker saw tremendous natural gifts in David. He once clocked him hitting a serve at 139 mph. He also saw that this very tall, humorous teenager had amazing speed and very fast hands. David traveled all over the country on his college tennis team. He desperately wanted to quit school and play tennis FULL TIME. His more wise and intelligent parents would not budge despite David’s strongest efforts to get his way.

Four years later David graduated with honors from Hofstra University in 1999. He was now a member of the prestigious Golden Key International Honor Society. Everyone wanted David to attend Columbia Law School in the fall and forget about this nonsense about playing professional tennis. Finally David and his father reached a compromise. His father told David that he would pay for David’s professional tennis training if David would agree to go to work for his father’s CPA firm for six months. If at the end of six months David still felt as adamant about becoming a touring pro his father was prepared to break the bank and send the dreamer to Florida and then to Europe to begin his career as a full time touring tennis professional.

David kept his end of the agreement and had completed his six months working for his father’s CPA firm. His father being a man of his word began to pay for his only son to become the next Pete Sampras or John McEnroe. While most tennis players just talked of their goals and ambitions David started training 8 hours a day on and off the tennis court. He ran six miles every morning at 6am. He practiced 1,000 serves a day as his coach instructed him. He saw his chiropractor three times a week to keep his body in perfect alignment and followed a strict nutritional regimen. David attended motivational seminars from peak performance coach Anthony Robbins to keep his mind sharp and did Bikram Yoga six days a week to keep his tall body 100% flexible.

So did David Rothblatt become a touring pro travelling the world or did he create a magnificent tennis instruction school sharing all of this valuable tennis experience and fabulous knowledge from his magnificent journey??

Was David’s obsession with becoming the next Pete Sampras or John McEnroe really just disguising his true calling to become an expert in peak performance tennis training and share his wonderful LOVE for the sport of tennis with the world??

Call for a lesson today at 516.491.9225 and decide for yourself.

Respectfully,

The team at David’s Elite Tennis Training

J
 

onehandbh

Legend
“David attended motivational seminars from peak performance coach Anthony Robbins to keep his mind sharp and did Bikram Yoga six days a week to keep his tall body 100% flexible.”

Similar to how Federer makes his tennis look effortless, David’s 100% flexibility is hidden and mysterious. Nobody would ever suspect him of having ballerina-like flexibility.
 

rogerroger917

Hall of Fame
Dear Tennis Lover,

David’s Elite Tennis Training proud owner David Rothblatt has wanted to be a tennis teaching professional since the time he was a small child. His love and passion for this wonderful sport were shown very early on when he was only six years old. It all started when his family would travel to Florida in the winter time and David received hours of top tennis instruction from the tennis director at the Glen Eagles Florida tennis center. It was there that David had found his one true calling in life.

When David was fourteen years old he tried out for the Division 1 Varsity tennis team at Roslyn High School. Over 120 students were David’s competition to have a spot on this very prestigious tennis team. It was that year when David was a freshman the team had a senior named Ricky Becker playing #1 singles. Ricky was the #1 ranked 18 & under player on the East Coast and the #6 18 & under player in the nation. He had a full ride to Stanford to play tennis the next fall and was looking at a career as a touring professional once he graduated college.

While on the surface David Rothblatt had no chance of making the varsity tennis team in 1991 David had other ideas. He was very clear about his goal. I WILL DO WHATEVER IT TAKES TO MAKE THIS TEAM!! Not one person including his loving parents thought David had a shot to get a spot on one of Long Island’s highest rated tennis teams. Despite the obvious odds against him David persevered and made the team!! Once the teenager’s goal was achieved everyone around David became very silent. They had all seen that the impossible just became possible!!

David played four years on the varsity tennis team at Roslyn High School from 1991-1995. Sophomore year his tennis coach awarded the kid who was not supposed to be there the MOST IMPROVED PLAYER AWARD. That same year in 1992 David was in the highest group at the Port Washington Tennis Academy known as JC (Junior Championship) GOLD. Now David had a magnificent opportunity to train with nationally ranked juniors from all over Long Island. Two short years later in 1994 David was second singles for the Varsity tennis team at Roslyn High School and ranked #1 on Long Island in the boys 18 & under division. The young tennis player who everyone had told to stop being such a dreamer was about to make his mark in the tennis world.

David wanted to turn professional in the summer of 1995 at the age of 18 years old. Instead of going to college like all of his friends and tennis tournament buddies he wanted to play tennis FULL TIME. Despite his perseverance with wanting to be a touring pro right there and then his parents were adamant about needing a college education to fall back on in case tennis did not work out. Having the full respect of his loving parents he listened and attended Oneonta to play tennis for Coach Baker.

Oneonta head tennis coach Baker saw tremendous natural gifts in David. He once clocked him hitting a serve at 139 mph. He also saw that this very tall, humorous teenager had amazing speed and very fast hands. David traveled all over the country on his college tennis team. He desperately wanted to quit school and play tennis FULL TIME. His more wise and intelligent parents would not budge despite David’s strongest efforts to get his way.

Four years later David graduated with honors from Hofstra University in 1999. He was now a member of the prestigious Golden Key International Honor Society. Everyone wanted David to attend Columbia Law School in the fall and forget about this nonsense about playing professional tennis. Finally David and his father reached a compromise. His father told David that he would pay for David’s professional tennis training if David would agree to go to work for his father’s CPA firm for six months. If at the end of six months David still felt as adamant about becoming a touring pro his father was prepared to break the bank and send the dreamer to Florida and then to Europe to begin his career as a full time touring tennis professional.

David kept his end of the agreement and had completed his six months working for his father’s CPA firm. His father being a man of his word began to pay for his only son to become the next Pete Sampras or John McEnroe. While most tennis players just talked of their goals and ambitions David started training 8 hours a day on and off the tennis court. He ran six miles every morning at 6am. He practiced 1,000 serves a day as his coach instructed him. He saw his chiropractor three times a week to keep his body in perfect alignment and followed a strict nutritional regimen. David attended motivational seminars from peak performance coach Anthony Robbins to keep his mind sharp and did Bikram Yoga six days a week to keep his tall body 100% flexible.

So did David Rothblatt become a touring pro travelling the world or did he create a magnificent tennis instruction school sharing all of this valuable tennis experience and fabulous knowledge from his magnificent journey??

Was David’s obsession with becoming the next Pete Sampras or John McEnroe really just disguising his true calling to become an expert in peak performance tennis training and share his wonderful LOVE for the sport of tennis with the world??

Call for a lesson today at 516.491.9225 and decide for yourself.

Respectfully,

The team at David’s Elite Tennis Training

J
How can this be true. I don't get it.
 

StringSnapper

Hall of Fame
This cannot be true...


Really showcasing great coaching here
"We're practicing bouncing the ball"
>>she serves like its the first time in her life holding a tennis racquet
"Here i'll show you how i do it"
>>Seemingly arms the ball over the net, with a super fast motion she can't possibly hope to emulate

>>She attempts serving again
>>he doesn't correct the forehand grip on the serve
 

ChaelAZ

Legend
He's put some tips and advice videos on youtube. Seems like a legit really nice dude, also a great player! Check out his channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkUwlSwO05Uybj7brS8ikmA

He's got footage of him hitting with Djokovic last week, hanging in really well. He also has a match where he played against Dragon (Federers hitting partner - yep, Federer hits with the Dragon, thats why he's so good!)

Really great guy. I had a few conversations with him when he first got started and actually a short exchange about him hitting with Djo last week. Guys is the real deal and does pretty good sharing his passion and information. Some of his methods I don't always agree with, but nothing detrimental or wrong.
 
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