About your USPTA Pro Trainer – Bill Longua
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Bill Longua is a native of Montclair, N.J. where he began playing tennis at the age of eight years old. After being a three time State Parochial High School tennis Doubles Champion in New Jersey Bill attended Iona College, New Rochelle, N.Y. on a tennis scholarship where his four year singles record was 86-3. Bill and his son Ian (also a teaching professional) were ranked #1 in New England in 1990 in the USTA Father-Son Division.
Bill began his tennis teaching career following Iona at the Nashua Swim and Tennis Club, Nashua,N.H. as an assistant pro, to head pro, to manager/head pro from 1973 to 1994. In 1994 Bill accepted the position of Tennis Director/Head Pro at the Racquet Club of Concord, Concord, N.H. until 2005. Tired of the cold, Bill now holds the same title at Palm Island Resort, Cape Haze, FL.
Over the course of time Bill has taught countless students the great game of tennis. He has coached numerous USTA adult and junior teams, and is most proud of the many juniors he has sent on to receive college scholarships.
Bill is a member of the United States Professional Tennis Association and is looking forward to helping people learn tennis inexpensively through the Internet.
Bill’s book, “Winning Tennis Strokes” is available by hitting the tab at the top of the page.