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Kerznerman to Train at USTA Training Center Headquarters

June 29, 2010 03:00 PM
The USTA announced the 14 boys and six girls who have been accepted into its 2010-2011 class at the USTA Training Center Headquarters in Boca Raton, Fla.  The students will reside and train full-time* at the facility, where they will receive coaching from the USTA National Coaching staff and will continue their academic education through course work provided by Kaplan Virtual Education. 
 
The following players will train full-time at the USTA Training Center Headquarters this school year:
 
Boys
Girls
Jordan Belga, Elk Grove Village, Ill.
Bridget Forster, Boca Raton, Fla.
Luca Corinteli,Alexandria, Va.~
Mia King, Hendersonville, N.C.~
Jake DeVine, Boca Raton, Fla.
Ally Miller-Krasilnikov, Boca Raton, Fla.
Joseph DiGiulio,Newport Beach, Fla.~
Grace Min, Duluth, Ga. ^
Jeremy Efferding, Lake Worth, Fla. ^
Julia O’Loughlin, Boca Raton, Fla.
Alexios Halebian, Glendale, Calif. ^
Taylor Townsend, Stockbridge, Ga.
Hunter Harrington, Spartanburg, S.C.
 
Daniel Kerznerman, Brooklyn, N.Y.~
 
Thai Kwiatkowski, Charlotte, N.C.~
*DeVine, Efferding, Opelka, Forster, Miller-Krasilnikov and 
Nikko Madregallego, Duarte, Calif.~
Spencer Newman, Miami
 O’Laughlin are from Boca Raton area, live at home
 but train full-time at the USTA facility.
Reilly Opelka, Palm Coast, Fla.
 
Spencer Papa,Edmond, Okla.~
~ - was also in the 2009-10 class of students at Boca Raton
Konrad Zieba, Glenview, Ill.~
^ - was also in both the 2008-09 and the 2009-10 classes
 
 
 
 
 
 
“I think we are bringing in a very dynamic group of kids of all age groups from across the country,” said Patrick McEnroe, General Manager, USTA Player Development.  “These kids have demonstrated their commitment to improvement on and off the court, and have consistently displayed a strong work ethic and desire.  Our hope is that they will continue to push each other to become the best players they can be.”
 
The class includes players who have posted strong national and international results in all age groups, including Halebian, who won the boys’ 16s title at the 2009 Dunlop Orange Bowl; Papa, who won the 2008 USTA Boys’ 12s National Championship; and Min, who reached the singles and doubles finals at the 2009 International Spring Championships. 
 
In addition to the players listed, the USTA Training Center Headquarters also hosts a number of players who train there throughout the year but are not enrolled in the full-time program, including 2010 Roland Garros boys’ singles finalist Andrea Collarini, 2008 US Open girls’ singles champion Coco Vandeweghe, and 2008 Dunlop Orange Bowl champion Julia Boserup. 
 
Former players who have trained full-time with USTA Player Development at the Boca facility include 2009 USTA Boys’ 18s National Champion Chase Buchanan, 2009 USTA Girls’ 18s National Champion Christina McHale, 2008 USTA Boys’ 18s National Clay Court Champion Evan King and 2007 USTA Girls’ 18s National Champion Ashley Weinhold
 
 
 

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