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Ajay Pant has been promoted

Ray Benton, CEO, announced today that Ajay Pant has been promoted to Senior Vice President Operations for College Park Tennis Club, Home of the Junior Tennis Champions Center (JTCC).

In addition to managing the flagship College Park, Maryland, location , Ajay will oversee JTCC’s satellite programs. He will manage JTCC’s Jacksonville, Florida partnership with Brian Gottfried at the Bolles School and the JTCC programs at the YMCA Bethesda and Silver Spring in the Washington, DC, metro area. Ajay will continue to develop and promote “Rally in 10,” JTCC’s adult beginner program, locally and nationally. Ajay will to work with Vesa Ponkka to further improve JTCC’s long term junior development and Community Outreach pathway highlighting red, orange, green and yellow ball methodology.

Ajay joined College Park in 2012. Ray Benton, CEO, says “We feel it is very appropriate to recognize Ajay’s enormous contribution to our entire operation with these new responsibilities and title. He brings a first class work ethic and professionalism to our operations”

JTCC is a world-class training program for junior players from all backgrounds to reach their full potential both on the court and in the classroom. It was selected by the USTA as the first Regional Training Center for its high performance program and was awarded the 2013 USTA Developmental Program of the Year. JTCC is home of the College Park Tennis Club (CPTC), the premier tennis club in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area offering a 32-court tennis facility featuring indoor, outdoor, hard, red and green clay courts. The CPTC was one of the recipients of the 2013 USTA Outstanding Facility of the Year.

For more information, contact Anastasia Revzina at 301-779-8000, arevzina@jtcc.org.

 

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