Mark Keye, Director of Programs
Mark Keye manages and develops tennis programs at NYTC for both adults and juniors. Mark is PTR certified and organizes Adult Game Arranging, among other programs. As a player and an involved parent of a college student who plays tennis for a high level D3 college men’s tennis team, Mark is uniquely qualified to help you find the right program at the club to meet your goals.
Mark may be reached at 914.582.7314 or at email@example.com
Independent Teaching Pros Who Use Courts At NYTC
Salifu Mohammed, Director of Prowess Tennis
Salif is an independent teaching pro who uses NYTC, Salifu Mohammed, or “Salif” as he is known by his students, was born in Ghana in 1986. Growing up Salif was surrounded by people who loved the game of tennis, including his older siblings, which created an environment for his own passion for the sport to develop at a young age. Soon he was noticed by the Ghana Tennis Association who recognized Salif’s talent and invited him to begin training with them. This training prepared him to represent Ghana in the Davis Cup and paved the way for future success. By the age of sixteen, Salif began playing ITF events and quickly acquired a junior world ranking. Salif’ progressed by participating in ATP and ITF tournaments bringing him into the top 500 in the world as an adult. While training at Nick Bolletteri’s academy from 2002-2005, Salif made appearances in the junior US Open; French Open; Wimbledon and Australian Open tournaments. After completing his training at the academy in 2005, Salif was able to enter the US Open’s men’s qualifying draw.
Salif’s teaching career has been focused primarily on high performance juniors in the New York Metro area. Past teaching positions include: High Performance Director at Gotham Tennis Academy Bronx, NY; Master Professional at Sporttime Randall Island New York, NY; Master Professional/QuickStart Director at Sporttime Harbour Island Mamaroneck, NY.
Salif may be reached at 917.569.4441 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gilad Bloom, Independent Teaching Pro
Gilad Bloom is an independent teaching pro who works at NYTC. He is a former ATP Tour Pro, played David Cup for Israel, was ranked as high as 61st in the world singles, played tennis in two Olympics, and has more than 20 years of experience coaching and running junior tennis academies.
He currently runs a boutique tennis program at NYTC, providing group and private lessons to tennis players seeking high quality training, tournament travel and a very personal type of teaching; with an emphasis on technique, footwork and long term planning.
Gilad may be reached at 914.907.0041 or a Bloom.Gilad@gmail.com