Tennis As Prep Sports
Tennis is one of the well known sports of the world. This sport is played in tennis court between two players or between two teams of two players each. The players of this sport use a racquet to strike a rubber ball covered with felt over a net into the opponent's court. Tennis is a game which is played at all levels of society at all ages. Nowadays, tennis as a prep sports is becoming very popular. The game of tennis can be played by anyone who can hold the racquet. In the United States, there is a collegiate circuit governed and organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association. A tennis match is determined through the best of 3 or 5 sets. Typically for both men's and women's matches, the first player to win two sets wins the match.
The game of tennis is also hugely popular as a high school sports. Tennis in high school is highly enjoyed by the people of Washington. Different tennis tournament at high school level are also held. One of the well known high school tennis in Washington is Garfield High School. This school is located along 23rd Avenue between E. Alder and E. Jefferson Streets in Seattle's urban Central District. This school draws students from all over the city. Garfield's tennis teams have been very successful recently in the King Co 4A division. Some of the other high schools which are famous for prep tennis are Washington High School, Georgia High School, Lake Washington High School, George Washington High School, Grandview High School and Indiana high School.
Nathan Robinson is one of the top high school tennis players of Washington. He started playing tennis at the age of six. After playing three years at Abilene Cooper, he moved to Dallas to practice and study with his tennis coach, Theron Cole, who played tennis at TJC. Robinson also finished fourth at The Texas Grand Slam, the biggest tournament in the state. Other well known high school tennis player also include Joel Lowinger, Sam Kaufman, Sam Rotbart and Ben Tillis, Lowinger plays varsity tennis for Cherry Creek High School, and Kaufman and Rotbart play for George Washington High School. Tillis plays for Grandview High School. At the state championship, Lowinger was part of Cherry Creek's success in winning the state title. Kaufman played number three doubles, and Rotbart played number one doubles at state, both for George Washington. Tillis played number four doubles for Grandview at the championship.