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  Elliott Law
Elite Professional

To become an Elite Professional, a USPTA member must be at least 22 years old, pass the written Elite exam, which covers business, programming, sport science and tennis operations, Elite stroke analysis exam and the Elite-level on-court exams. In addition, members must earn 16 specialty course and 24 APC credits. Elite Professionals are required to earn 6 credits every three years to maintain their membership. They commonly are considered for director of tennis or head tennis professional positions.


Elliott Law, USPTA P1
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  • Elite Professional (highest tested rating)
  • Over 15 years of teaching experience
  • Head/Penn Advisory Staff member
  • Individual and group lessons
  • All levels - beginner to advanced
  • Awareness and mental game training
  • Video stroke analysis
  • Cardio Tennis certified
  • Large drill class instruction (maximum 20)
  • Entertainment industry technical adviser and coach
  • Unique rooftop facility in Downtown Los Angeles

Sign up for lessons today by contacting me at elliottlaw@hotmail.com or 213-422-1759.

Strong abs equal strong strokes - power them up with some of these exercises

Tip of the month:  Improve an unreliable forehand
Try practicing with your non-dominant hand on the racket for a two-handed forehand.  This forces a consistent, swing pattern and encourages better footwork.  Try it, you may be surprised at the results!

I attended the USPTA California Division Convention to learn from some of the top professionals in the business, including Dick Gould, Jorge Capestany, Paul Settles, and Brandon Fallon.  Picked up some great tips to share with you!  I also had a great showing in the Cardio Tennis Feeding Contest, placing 3rd among Southern California pros.

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