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Cliff Drysdale Tennis and The University Sports Program Announce Strategic Partnership

Cliff Drysdale Tennis and The University Sports Program have announced a strategic partnership aimed at providing more tennis players and their families education and insight into the college tennis recruiting process.

The University Sports Program (USP) provides comprehensive education, planning and resources that allow juniors and parents to organize recruiting, identify the best fit colleges and effectively communicate with college coaches. Based in Miami, Florida, USP has a network with over 3000 colleges and 25,000 coaches. All members of Cliff Drysdale Tennis managed facilities will have access to USP’s industry leading program.

“Providing our members with the Ultimate Tennis Experience requires all levels of players to have access to the best coaching and education in the industry,” said Scott Colebourne, Chief Operations Officer for Cliff Drysdale Tennis. “The University Sports Program team is the best in the business, and we’re excited for our junior players to get an opportunity to learn more about the college recruiting process.”

“The professional future of our clients is as important for us as making sure that they attend the best possible University, said Thomas Anderson, President and Founder of The University Sports Program. “By partnering with such a prestigious organization as Cliff Drysdale Tennis, we are giving current and graduating players an immediate job opportunity in an environment that they already feel comfortable in. As part of the Drysdale team they will gain communication, team, organization and social skills. And, it may end up being their future career.”

Cliff Drysdale Tennis manages 30+ tennis locations including private clubs, resorts, and public facilities. All CDT professionals will engage in learning seminars and training with the USP team of experts.

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