By Tamas Mondovics

With each court fully occupied on a daily basis by students, both young and old, including the dozens of summer campers, FishHawk Ranch Tennis Club (FRTC) officials were pleased to announce a new addition to lead the club’s talented coaching staff.

Former college tennis standout and Oxford College Tennis Head Coach, Brandon Feldman will now serve up some skills as the club’s new, program head coach.

“We are very pleased with Brandon’s decision to  join and lead the program here in FishHawk,” said FRTC director and owner of Tennis Connection Dave Freiman. “We have a beautiful facility with professional-grade courts and all the amenities to teach our young and new students the sports as well as to help them take their skill to the next level.”

In May, Feldman, 39, a husband and father of two left his decade-long position at Oxford College of Emory University in Oxford, GA., as Head Tennis Coach and Director of Athletics, leaving behind a successful program, boasting four national championships and joining Tennis Connection, which manages multiple Bay area Tennis clubs led by Freiman.

In 2007, Wilson/ITA Coach of the Year for the NJCAA award under his belt, and today at FishHawk Ranch, Feldman is coaching both beginners and experts alike while debuting his new summer tennis camp programs scheduled to be running until mid-August for residents and surrounding community members.

“I love teaching a student who wants to learn,” Feldman said. “I also love the FRTC and I am confident that my expertise as a teacher and motivator who believes that anyone can learn, not just to play tennis, but also to place at the right competitive level, will be a great asset to the club.”

The Tennis Club offers many different types of tennis camps for all ages and levels which will keep all future tennis star busy this summer.

Information about the FishHawk Ranch Tennis Club located at The FishHawk Ranch Tennis Club

15921 Courtside View Drive in Starling and Summer Tennis Camps please visit,, or call 681-4000.


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