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Brian Lutz / April 17, 2018

Miami, FL

$10 T-shirts

The tournament site that was a landfill before original Miami Open founder Butch Buchholz came along 33 years ago and erected a tennis venue now looks to keep it’s stuff out a landfill as long as possible.  Was that was a compliment or a needle? Or just irony…..

DISCOUNT MIAMI OPEN SWAG

Here is a hidden gem not everyone knows about.  At the end of the Miami Open every year the tournament owners dump their excess branded apparel and products to the Crandon Park Tennis Center who sell it at a deep discount.  So if you had an eye on something you can stop by the pro shop to pick out a t-shirt and pair of socks like I did.

PROMOTION: NOVICE TENNIS LESSONS IN COCONUT GROVE

There are very few Small and Mediums left  but if you are big dude and wear XL you will be set.  My box seat buddy picked out a few t-shirts for her BFF.

They have polo’s, mugs, kids things, hats but a las I’m sorry to report no Miami Open towels this year.  I know. You will have to wipe away the tear with a tissue instead.

IMMERSION TENNIS PROGRAM

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Established tennis players looking to break through to the next level now have an immersion tennis programs to help them reach their potential starting at 7am in Miami, FL.

Have you been playing tennis for years and hit a glass ceiling?  It’s not easy getting better.  To take your tennis game to another level takes a lot of  solid plan and a commitment of time and energy.  Backhand City ‘s Accelerator Tennis Program is designed for local Miami tennis players  who are ready willing and able to put in the work to find their potential once and for all.

Backhand City has designed this program around an ATP players training regiment customized for the recreational level tennis players living in and around Miami, Coral Gables and Coconut Grove.  The tennis will cover 5 elements of your training including:  fitness, technical development, game planning, mental game and recovery.

EARLY BIRDS AND ACHIEVERS

Players will meet Monday, Wed and Friday mornings starting at 7am for a flat monthly rate of $500 a month.  This class isn’t for everyone. Time, energy, money and sweat will be invested.  Check out Accelerator Tennis for more details.

BEST OF 305 TENNIS TOURNAMENT

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Break open a new can of balls at a tennis court in Miami and start playing the Best of 305 Tennis Tournament.

Looking to play some Singles or Mixed Doubles?  Our tournament is a flex event with a World Cup format so you will play everyone in your division with the top players or teams advancing to the knock out round.  Entry Deadline is Tuesday, April 24th. Register here to reserve your spot. Entry fee is $45 per tennis player.

BEGINNER TENNIS PLAYERS

Miami Adult Tennis Programs Flourish

Backhand City drives value to its tennis students with team building exercises that improve consistency, fitness and build camaraderie.

If you are a new or lapsed tennis player we have just the tennis program for adults that you have been searching for.

Brand new tennis players can sign up for for our Novice Tennis Lesson Series. This 6-week course uses unique team building exercises to help players learn tennis in a collaborative environment.  It is perfect for the neophyte player just starting out.

If you are a lapsed player that has had instruction in the recent past and want a refresher course our Advanced Novice tennis course is just for you.  We will help you refine your game with some modern teaching  technique that will bring efficiency and consistency to your swing so those pesky yellow balls stop flying so far and high.

Both classes include free subscription to our online practice curriculum so you will have lots of opportunity to practice on your own and with friends using our comprehensive practice guide to give you motivation in between classes.

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Brian Lutz

Backhand City
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