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Austin Tennis Academy

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Austin Tennis Academy

6800 Spanish Oaks Club Blvd.

Austin, Texas,78738

United States

Company Description

At the Austin Tennis Academy, our students, parents, and entire Austin Tennis Academy are living the sport of tennis. Our mission is to help junior tennis players reach their full potential as tennis players and human beings. ...more

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Austin Tennis Academy | Staff

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Kendall Brooks
Assistant Director Women's Programs / Co-Director Junior Team Tennis Coach Kendall Brooks comes to ATA after serving as the Assistant Coach for the Texas Tech University women's tennis program the past two years. A native of Corpus Christi, Texas, Brooks was a four-year letter-winner for the Red and Black, seeing ...read more


Austin Tennis Academy | Staff

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Kendall Brooks
Assistant Director Women's Programs / Co-Director Junior Team Tennis Coach Kendall Brooks comes to ATA after serving as the Assistant Coach for the Texas Tech University women's tennis program the past two years. A native of Corpus Christi, Texas, Brooks was a four-year letter-winner for the Red and Black, seeing …read more


July | 2013 | Texas College Tennis

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St. Edward's names Kendall Brooks as Head Women's Coach
AUSTIN - St. Edward's University Athletic Director Debbie Taylor announced the hiring of Kendall Brooks as Head Women's Tennis Coach on Thursday. Brooks comes to St. Edward's after serving as the Director of Junior Development and Academy Coach at the Austin Tennis Academy for the past seven years. While at the Austin Tennis Academy, Brooks was also the coordinator for the Junior Tennis Team and the director of all women's programs. As the junior coach, she led the 18 and under team to national titles in 2009, 2011 and 2012. She also led the 14 and under team to a national championship in 2012. During her time, Brooks was named the Capitol Area Tennis Association Pro of the Year in 2010, as well as United States Tennis Professional Association's Texas Section Touring and National Touring Coach of the Year in 2011. Brooks was also the Team Texas coach for the United States Tennis Association Boys and Girls 14's Zone Team Championships in 2012 and 2013. Before the Austin Tennis Academy, the Corpus Christi, Texas, native, served as assistant coach for Texas Tech during the 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons. The Red Raiders were nationally ranked in both seasons and finished with a combined 24-21 record. "I have always wanted to get back into college coaching," Brooks said. "My dream has always been to be a college head coach. This position gave me the opportunity to fulfill that dream, while also staying at home in Austin. I love the team atmosphere. Competing and winning as a team is really what gets me motivated, as a player and as a coach." Brooks was also a four-year letterwinner for Texas Tech where she compiled a career singles record of 61-58 and a doubles mark of 41-17, playing primarily at the number two and one positions, respectively, for the Red Raiders. Brooks still holds the school's career record for winning percentage in doubles play. Her sophomore season, she was the Big XII Conference winner at her positions in both singles and doubles. She was named preseason all-Big XII before her junior season and was team captain her junior and senior seasons. Brooks graduated from Texas Tech in 2004 with a bachelor of science degree in Exercise and Sports Science, with a minor in English and Spanish. Brooks, the fourth coach in school history, takes over a Hilltopper squad that was 11-8 last season and finished the year ranked #31 in the Final ITA National Poll. The team made it to the Heartland Conference Tournament Championship before falling to #23 St. Mary's. "My goal is to bring St. Edward's to the top of the Heartland Conference, and within a few years be competing with the top DII schools in the country, while putting ourselves in position to play postseason tennis each year," Brooks said.


St. Edward's names Kendall Brooks as Head Women's Coach | Texas College Tennis

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St. Edward's names Kendall Brooks as Head Women's Coach
St. Edward's names Kendall Brooks as Head Women's Coach AUSTIN - St. Edward's University Athletic Director Debbie Taylor announced the hiring of Kendall Brooks as Head Women's Tennis Coach on Thursday. Brooks comes to St. Edward's after serving as the Director of Junior Development and Academy Coach at the Austin Tennis Academy for the past seven years. While at the Austin Tennis Academy, Brooks was also the coordinator for the Junior Tennis Team and the director of all women's programs. As the junior coach, she led the 18 and under team to national titles in 2009, 2011 and 2012. She also led the 14 and under team to a national championship in 2012. During her time, Brooks was named the Capitol Area Tennis Association Pro of the Year in 2010, as well as United States Tennis Professional Association's Texas Section Touring and National Touring Coach of the Year in 2011. Brooks was also the Team Texas coach for the United States Tennis Association Boys and Girls 14's Zone Team Championships in 2012 and 2013. Before the Austin Tennis Academy, the Corpus Christi, Texas, native, served as assistant coach for Texas Tech during the 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons. The Red Raiders were nationally ranked in both seasons and finished with a combined 24-21 record. "I have always wanted to get back into college coaching," Brooks said. "My dream has always been to be a college head coach. This position gave me the opportunity to fulfill that dream, while also staying at home in Austin. I love the team atmosphere. Competing and winning as a team is really what gets me motivated, as a player and as a coach." Brooks was also a four-year letterwinner for Texas Tech where she compiled a career singles record of 61-58 and a doubles mark of 41-17, playing primarily at the number two and one positions, respectively, for the Red Raiders. Brooks still holds the school's career record for winning percentage in doubles play. Her sophomore season, she was the Big XII Conference winner at her positions in both singles and doubles. She was named preseason all-Big XII before her junior season and was team captain her junior and senior seasons. Brooks graduated from Texas Tech in 2004 with a bachelor of science degree in Exercise and Sports Science, with a minor in English and Spanish. Brooks, the fourth coach in school history, takes over a Hilltopper squad that was 11-8 last season and finished the year ranked #31 in the Final ITA National Poll. The team made it to the Heartland Conference Tournament Championship before falling to #23 St. Mary's. "My goal is to bring St. Edward's to the top of the Heartland Conference, and within a few years be competing with the top DII schools in the country, while putting ourselves in position to play postseason tennis each year," Brooks said.


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Kendall Brooks
St. Edwards Kendall Brooks Kendall Brooks Kendall Brooks begins her fourth season as head coach for the St. Edward's University women's tennis team. In 2016, Brooks brought the Hilltoppers back to the NCAA Regional Tournament for a second-straight year. They would finish as Heartland Conference runner-up, earning the No. 4 seed in the NCAA Regional, and close the year ranked 41st in the country. The 2016 squad featured four All-Heartland Conference players and the South Central Region Rookie of the Year. This improves on a 2015 season that saw the Hilltoppers head back to the NCAA Regional Tournament for the first time since the 2012 season. They would finish as Heartland Conference runner-up and a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Regional. In 2014, Brooks led the Hilltoppers to a spot in the Heartland Conference Tournament Semifinals, featuring a doubles team ranked 19th in the nation. Brooks came to St. Edward's after serving as the director of Junior Development and academy coach at the Austin Tennis Academy for seven years. While at the Austin Tennis Academy, Brooks was the coordinator for the junior tennis team and the director of all women's programs. As the junior coach, she led the 18-and-under team to national titles in 2009, 2011 and 2012. She led the 14-and-under team to a national championship in 2012. During this time, Brooks was named the Capitol Area Tennis Association Pro of the Year in 2010, as well as the United States Tennis Professional Association's Texas Section Touring and National Touring Coach of the Year in 2011. Brooks was the Team Texas coach for the United States Tennis Association Boys' and Girls' 14 Zone Team Championships in 2012 and 2013. Before the Austin Tennis Academy, Brooks served as assistant coach for Texas Tech during the 2004-2005 and 2005-2006 seasons. The Red Raiders were nationally ranked in both seasons and finished with a combined 24-21 record. Brooks was a four-year letterwinner for Texas Tech, where she compiled a career singles record of 61-58 and a doubles mark of 41-17, playing primarily at the number two and one positions, respectively, for the Red Raiders. Brooks still holds the school's career record for winning percentage in doubles play. Her sophomore season, she was the Big XII Conference winner at her positions in both singles and doubles. She was named preseason All-Big XII before her junior season and was team captain her junior and senior seasons. Brooks graduated from Texas Tech in 2004 with a bachelor's degree in Exercise and Sports Science, with a minor in English and Spanish. She is a Corpus Christi native.


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