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  Chris Langdon
 

Chris Langdon returns to the valley of the sun for his 20th season as owner and Director of EVTA.  He is certified by the USPTA as a P-1 Tennis professional and is also a member of the USTA and USRSA.

Langdon spent his first summer in Belgrade, Maine as the Director of Tennis at the Maine Golf and Tennis Academy.  This Academy was voted the #1 camp in the United States by Sports Illustrated.  Chris got to work with world class pro’s such as Tennis Legend, Tony Palafox, who was John McEnroe coach.  Chris introduces Tony in the picture above in a classroom seminar.  Tony won Wimbledon, and the US Open in Doubles and was Davis Cup Coach and played on the team from Mexico.

Chris’s playing career started in Idaho as he won 3 State High School Singles Championships.  He then played for Boise State University and won 3 Division 1 NCAA Big Sky Championships.

Chris played professionally for a couple of years before being hired by Boise State.  He has played some of the best players in the world including Stephan Edberg, David Pate, Butch Waltz, Mike Tammen, Brian Joelson and has a win over Andre Agassi.

Boise State University hired Chris to be their Head Tennis Coach for the Men and Women’s team 1986-89.

Chris specializes in Doubles play as he has won 3 USTA National Doubles titles and is ready and willing to help you improve your doubles game.

His most popular lessons are of course private lessons for those who really want to improve but he specializes in groups and 3 and me lessons too.

Call Chris to come out and help you or your team or group with their tennis games or bring the team to Montesa for a fun, educational and enjoyable tennis experience!

 


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