GORDON PAUL'S BIO
"It's funny how things have turned out in my life," said Gordon. "No matter what direction I take, my path always brings me back to tennis. When I was writing and playing tennis, I remember people in the tennis community suggesting that I become a tennis teaching professional."
"I've had some great opportunities to travel with friends on both the ATP and WTA tour, understanding the game and learning what it takes to become a champion," said Gordon, "The most important thing is that the game has changed and will continue to change. It's important to keep up with new ideas."
Following his destiny, Gordon has attended numerous workshops and tennis programs around the country, working with some renowned coaches over the years among them the late George Bacso, former President of the USPTA.. "The most important thing I've learned from the best coaches in the world is to understand my job, which is to help guide my students and allow them to think for themselves and become creative on the tennis court. Roger Federer, the world's No. 1 player, hits 26 variations on his forehand shot many of them he learned himself and all based on his position to the ball.''
Gordon has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Franklin Pierce College where he served as one of the youngest player/coaches in college tennis his junior year. He was nominated into Who's Who of American Universities and Colleges as a junior and senior and was awarded one of the college's highest honors the President's Award for Special Service having served as the school's Sports Information Director during his four years at the college.
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