Las Vegas Tennis Student Wins NTA Little Pumpkin Junior Open Tennis Tournament

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Bradley Tennis Academy student Evan Song won the Nevada Tennis Association "Little Pumpkin Junior Open" Tennis Tournament - Boys 12 and under Singles. The tennis tournament was held at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas ; October 6th through October 10th.

Bradley Tennis Academy student Evan Song won the Nevada Tennis Association "Little Pumpkin Junior Open" , Boys 12 and under singles. The tennis tournament was held at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas ; October 6th through October 10th. Number three seed Evan Song Defeated number one seed Brian Patrick Foley in three sets (6-4; 2-6; 6-3). Evan Song won the semi-finals (6-4; 6-3), defeating number two seed Mitchell Smith in two sets.

ABOUT BRADLEY TENNIS ACADEMY (BTA)

(more information at http://www.bradleytennis.com)

Our goal for each student is to help them realize and maximize their physical and mental capabilities. While mastering the proper techiques of tennis, our students also learn discipline and goal setting skills that create an important foundation both on and off the court. Most importantly our students have as much fun as possible and enjoy the challenge!

ABOUT COACH KEVIN BRADLEY

(more information at http://www.bradleytennis.com)

Kevin Bradley has been influential in the Las Vegas tennis scene for the last 20 years. A native Las Vegan, Kevin grew up on the tennis courts of Las Vegas. He went on to be top ranked in the juniors, then became state singles champion in 1987 while attending Valley High School. He then became a nationally ranked player and netted a full scholarship to the nationally ranked University of San Diego.

Kevin's collegiate highlights include:

As a freshman, 49-11 overall duel match record going undefeated (19-0) at #2 doubles during regular season; the team finished 12th in the nation. Upon graduation achieved NCAA ranking of #41 in singles, 12th in doubles. He then turned pro and held an ATP world ranking for four consecutive years, achieving a win over #80 in the world and a doubles title in St. Gallen Switzerland.

Returning to Las Vegas to share his knowledge, Kevin has taught thousands of students at every age and every level. Kevin is a personal coach to many of Las Vegas' junior champions, state high school champions, and nationally ranked juniors. Under his direction, many of his students have gone on to play collegiate tennis. Three are currently playing for Division I universities, two playing on full ride scholarships.

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