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'Hottest Coach' finalists named

LOS ANGELES — Tennis Channel, the only 24-hour, television-based multimedia destination dedicated to both the professional sport and tennis lifestyle, has named the five male and five female finalists in its inaugural America’s Hottest Coach contest. Now it is up to online voters to determine the winners.

Visitors to Tennis Channel’s Web site can read about the 10 finalists and vote for the male and female coaches that they think should win this year’s contest. The poll will remain open through Wednesday, July 25, with an instantly updated percentage meter that allows voters to see where their favorite coach stands. One male and one female coach will be announced in August and receive prize packages that include trips to New York and appearances in their own Tennis Channel instructional segments.

Tennis Channel launched the America’s Hottest Coach contest in late May, opening it to tennis coaches nationwide who are physically fit, promote healthy lifestyles, and motivate and inspire the players they instruct. A panel of judges, which included USPTA (United States Professional Tennis Association) pro and Tennis View Magazine editorial representatives, selected the finalists from close to 500 essay submissions. The wide-ranging field of nominations was a case study in the sport’s all-encompassing, cradle-to-grave nature, with everyone from young adults to senior citizens of all backgrounds represented.

America’s Hottest Coach Finalists

MALE FEMALE
Otis Sadler, Houston Tumeka Harris, New York City
Pablo Schurig, Lafayette, Calif. MoeMoe Myinttun, Los Angeles
Chris Ojakian, Beverly Hills, Calif. Wendy Caragher, Coronado, Calif.
Andy Fitzell, Santa Ana, Calif. Natasha Pospich Mucci, Westlake Village, Calif.
Jorge Andres Gonzales, Bradenton, Fla. Angela Leong, Tualatin, Ore.

 

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