Thursday, August 04, 2016

US Open Chase Lounge - Free Access RSVP

Bonus VIP Access at the US Open

Get Free access to the Chase Lounge at the US Open for up to 4 sessions.

 Chase US Open Lounge Access

Pro Tip: I recommend you RSVP for the 10:30am - 4pm time slot. Get into the A\C and enjoy the Open from a comfy seat indoors during the hottest part of the day (early afternoon)!

 2016 US Open Chase Lounge Indoor View

New 2-for-1 Ticket Code from our friends at JP Morgan & Chase:

Get into the Lounge for the bare bones price of $15 for some sessions -

Valid for sessions in the 1st and 2nd weeks. If you need weekend tickets, look for a discount here!

Here are some Ticket lists to the US Open (for any session) - even for sold out ones are available to fans. Prices become very cheap in August if you know how to look for a deal.

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Overcoming your Tennis Everest - a message for the aspiring tennis player

I left this comment for PJ ( and World Tennis Congress organizer today in response to his post about recent setbacks:

Background: I came in contact with PJ way back in 2012 leading up to the first Tennis Congress. He was very nice and we had a nice long chat about NY’s Total Tennis vs other tennis academies. I stumbled upon this blog again the other day and so surprised to see his note about recent health issues and struggling with getting to NTRP 4.5. I hope this message finds you and your readers well, PJ!

I started out as a 3.0 USTA player.
Over a decade ago and picked up tennis late as a teenager. Climbing the next rung on the later was also my tennis life’s goal. My road too was paved with many hurdles, setbacks, multiple tennis injuries and heartbreak losses at USTA championships.

But right here I want to stop and say -
If a (small 5’5 Asian) guy with big dreams in his mid-30s can play the best tennis of his lifeevery person reading this blog can get there too! And become reigning DC Open 4.5 singles champion

The late, great boxer Muhammad Ali once said…
”Champions are made from something they have deep inside them – a desire, a dream, a vision. They have to have the skill, and the will. But the will must be stronger than the skill.”

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