Steady and consistent training has been paying off for Ross School Tennis Academy players who are enjoying some of the most successful months in RSTA competition history. Many of these young pros made it to the finals in several competitions, in both singles and doubles.
Ben Snow played his way to two finals: the L1 RWTTC November Championships and the L1B Long Beach Fall Challenger. Carl Grant reached the finals at the L2R Sportime Lynbrook October Open. Meanwhile, Tristan Lorich made it to the finals of the L1B RSTA November Challenger, and Fernando Fernandes reached the semis at the L1 RWTTC November Championships and won the L1B RSTA October Challenger.
Becoming a force to reckon with, Trippie Tuff and Noah Sutter won the doubles championship at the L1B Long Beach October Challenger. They also put on strong individual performances. Trippie made it to the semis at the L1 RWTTC November Championships and defeated the #14 player in New York under 16s in straight sets on his way to the semis. Noah won the L1B Long Beach October Challenger.
“Our players keep raising the level of play by improving their fitness and mental development,” said RSTA head coach Igal Buberman. “We are very excited about the end of the year and getting some strong results before the break.”
Aside from these great successes, Ross School is proud to have Csilla Borsanyi, a professional player in the WTA, training at RSTA. Csilla is a four-time All-American college player and a 2007 and 2008 SEC Conference team winner at the University of Florida. She led her team at Baylor University to #1 ranking for the first time in the school’s history. She graduated in 2010, ending her college career ranked in the top 20 nationally in singles tennis.