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NYKATA’s 34th Annual Dinner Party

will be held on Feb. 1st, 2015, Sunday 6pm

at the Dae-Dong Manor,

150-24 Northern Blvd. in Flushing Queens.

 

Including

-  Scholarship Award Ceremony

-  Tennis Awards of the Year Ceremony and

-  10th President’s Inaugural Ceremony

 

NYKATA Tennis School

@ The USTA National Tennis Center/ Indoor 

2014~15 Tennis School Registration begins September 1st.

THURSDAY Program(09:30~11:00pm)  

30 weeks*1 (begin 10/2, end 05/21/15)
No classes on 11/6, 11/27, 12/25, 1/1
$600 + Registration Fee
Only for Advanced players (NTRP 3.5 +) 
Serious Double Game + Clinic  
Tournament in every month       
FRIDAY Program (8:30~10:00pm)   
30 weeks*1 (begin 10/10, end 05/22/15)
No classes on 11/07, 11/28, 12/26

$990/year .. Family discount available (see details) or $350/semester

□5 classes by evaluation Beginner thru Advanced

Group Lesson, Free tryout available

 

2014 Korea Times Cup Championship

Others
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About Tennis School
 
  • Directions to the NYKATA Korean Tennis School
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    NYKATA Korean Tennis School is a subsidiary of NYKATA.
    NYKATA established this tennis school in 2004 to promote tennis for Korean-Americans in New York metropolitan area.
    Its courts are in the USTA National Tennis Center, the home of the US Open, in New York City. Now school runs 6 indoor courts for its school hours and 6 professional coaches.

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    Official name: NYKATA Korean Tennis School (KTS)

     

     

    홍명훈(Mike Hong) 교장 인사말

     

    As a long time tennis enthusiast and father of a collegiate tennis player, I am proud to be the principal of The Korean Tennis School for New York Korean Americans.

    Tennis is enjoyed by both players and fans alike.
    The game gives athletes stamina, strength and determination.
    Just take a look at the William's sisters, Andy Roddick or Andre Agassi. For the fans, it gives them memorable games between formidable opponents.

    Who can forget that awesome U.S.Open match between Connors and Krickstein? Or when Sampras aced Lendl out of the U.S.Open Championship?

    And now for the first time in our Greater New York area, the Korean American Community can benefit even more with our four outstanding tennis professionals.

    The New York Korean American Tennis Association(NYKATA)'s Korean Tennis School will be a great learning institution for tennis players of all levels.

    홍명훈 교장은 뉴욕한인회 부회장, 뉴욕한인공무원협회장 등을 역임하시며 코리안커뮤니티 발전에 헌신적으로 봉사하고 계십니다.  


     
    Coach Sam Kim(김영삼)

          

  • 15 years of coaching experience
  • Korean Tennis Club 경기부장(05)
  • 경기도 대표 도민체전 출전(95)
  • KPTA 1급 지도자(91), 생활체육 2급지도자(89)
  • 전국 지도자부 복식우승(89거북이대회 )

     

  • Coach Dae Kim (김대중)

          

  • 14 years of coaching experience
  • Founder and Co-director 'Dae Tae Tennis'
  • Personal coach of top juniors
  • Coach Tae Byon (변태일)

          

  • 10 years of coaching experience
  • USTA National Tennis Center staff
  • Co-director 'Dae Tae Tennis'
  • USPTA & USPTR certification
  • Played with world top 50 professional players
  • Professional staff at the Evert Tennis Academy
    in Boca Raton
  • Full tennis scholarship to Univ. of Stony Brook
  • Coach Jordan Richman

       

  • Joined in 2005,
    12 years teaching experience
  • Director, Rockaway Hunting Country Club's Junior Camp
  • Full tennis scholarship at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (Division1/Big 10)
  • Played in the 1990 Junior U.S. Open doubles tournament
  • Prolific Junior Career:
    "PSAL Championship", the "Mayors Cup" singles trophy, and the prestigious "Ironhorse" award etc.
  • Coach Justyna Wereszka 

          

  • Joined NYKATA in 2007
  • Coach, St. John's Univ. (1st Women's Div.)
  • 10 years of coaching experience including in California & Florida
  • Top junior player in Poland.
  • Played in lots of open tournaments in Europe.
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    USTA 내셔널테니스센터 실내구장에서 개학식을 가진 2005~06 코리안테니스
    스쿨 학생들이 뉴욕한인테니스협회 관계자들과 함께 기념촬영을 하고 있다. [Flushing, New York, 11/04/05]
     
    place: USTA National Tennis Center Indoor courts
    hour: Every Friday night 8:30 to 10:00
    term: October to May
    who: over 6 years old, up to 100 years old
    classes: 6 courts (beginner I & II, intermediate, advanced)
    fee*: Individual $990 , Family: Special Discount** for Family Member
    contact: Kiyong Kim 917-747-3593 (김기용 간사) or 
    Chong G. Park 917-656-1383 (박종권 협회장)
     

    Directions
    to the NYKATA Korean Tennis School
    한인테니스학교 찾아오시는 길


    뉴욕한인테니스학교는 USTA National Tennis Center 내 Indoor Court 에서 열립니다.

    Parking Lot #B 이용
    -> USTA NATIONAL TENNIS CENTER: Flushing Meadow Corona Park
                                                      718-592-8000
    -> NYKATA Tennis School: 문의) 917-656-1383 / 917-747-3593

    By Subway<7번 전철> 

    Take the IRT #7 Flushing subway from either Times Square or Grand Central to the Citi Field/Willets Point Station. The USTA National Tennis Center is about a three-minute walk down the ramp from the station.
     OR: Take the IND "E" or "F" trains to Roosevelt Avenue and transfer upstairs to the IRT #7 train (Flushing bound) subway to the Citi Field/Willets Point Station. The USTA National Tennis Center is about a three-minute walk down the ramp from the station.

     By Railroad

     The Long Island Railroad Port Washington branch departs from Penn Station to the Mets-Willets Point Station. Mets-Willets Point is located between Woodside and Flushing Main Street and is served seasonally for special events. Special Mets-Willets Point timetables showing this service are published during the baseball season and for the U.S. Open Tennis event. You may contact the MTA for schedule information at:  (718) 217-5477.

     Driving

     FROM NEW YORK CITY: Take the RFK Bridge (formerly Triborough) to the Grand Central Parkway East. Exit the Grand Central Parkway East at Exit 9E – I-678/RT-25A East/Northern Boulevard East. Then take the Citi Field Stadium exit. At the traffic light, make a right onto Stadium Road. Take that road straight through the traffic light and make a left at the second stop sign. The USTA National Tennis Center is located on your right. 

    FROM BROOKLYN: Take the Brooklyn–Queens Expressway (BQE) to the Grand Central Parkway East. Exit the Grand Central Parkway East at Exit 9E – I-678/RT-25A East/Northern Boulevard East. Then take the Citi Field Stadium exit. At the traffic light, make a right onto Stadium Road. Take that road straight through the traffic light and make a left at the second stop sign. The USTA National Tennis Center is located on your right.
     
    FROM LONG ISLAND: Take the Long Island Expressway to the Grand Central Parkway (West), exit at the Tennis Center exit 9P. At the end of the exit ramp make a left. Then at stop sign make a right onto Meridian Road. The USTA National Tennis Center is located on your right.
    Or take the Long Island Expressway (West) exit at College Point Blvd. Take College Point Blvd. to Avery Avenue, making a left onto Avery Avenue. Go to the corner stop sign and make a right. Follow that road till you get to a stop sign and make a right. Go straight and The USTA National Tennis Center is located on your left.
     
    FROM CONNECTICUT/WESTCHESTER (PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE IS CONSTRUCTION ON THE WHITESTONE BRIDGE. PLEASE PLAN ACCORDINGLY): Take I-95 to the Whitestone Bridge to the Grand Central Parkway and follow the signs to Exit 25 A East, Northern Blvd./Citi Field Stadium.
     
    FROM NORTHERN NEW JERSEY: Take the George Washington Bridge to the Major Deegan Expressway (South). Then take the RFK Bridge (formerly Triborough) to the Grand Central Parkway East. Exit the Grand Central Parkway East at Exit 9E– I-678/RT-25A East/Northern Boulevard East. Then take the Citi Field Stadium exit. At the traffic light, make a right onto Stadium Road. Take that road straight through the traffic light and make a left at the second stop sign. The USTA National Tennis Center is located on your right.
     
    FROM SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY: Take the Verrazzano Bridge to the Brooklyn – Queens Expressway to the Grand Central Parkway East. Exit the Grand Central Parkway East at Exit 9E – I-678/RT-25A East/Northern Boulevard East. Then take the Citi Field Stadium exit. At the traffic light, make a right onto Stadium Road. Take that road straight through the traffic light and make a left at the second stop sign. The USTA National Tennis Center is located on your right.  

    Parking Indoor Tennis Center is located by Parking Lot B