Friday, July 26, 2013


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Coach Kriese interviews Cary Davenport. Cary has created a hot-bed for tennis in the small community of Landrum, South Carolina over the past 10 years. Cary speaks passionately about how he first got things started in this upstate South Carolina town as there were no players and no coaches of the sport. He has used his energy to get hundreds of youngsters,(and their parents), started in the game. He shows how one man with passion is worth a hundred others as he explains some of the simple but basic fundamentals he uses in involving each and every individual that he can in the game of tennis. Coach Kriese has often stated on his shows that 72 percent of professional athletes come from small rural communities in America. Cary Davenport shows how to get smaller communities to embrace and to love the game of tennis as it becomes an important dimension to youngsters who may have never seen the game before. Join 'American Tennis with Chuck Kriese' and learn how to build grass root enthusiasm in your community.

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