A Frozen, Fertile Ground for Developing Tennis Players
By BEN ROTHENBERG
COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Following tennis usually means chasing summer, with players training on sunbaked courts in Florida and California and traveling the globe in search of sunshine.
But some of the most fertile soil for cultivating tennis talent is not known for palm trees. Junior Tennis Champions Center in suburban Washington, tucked just inside the Beltway, has proved itself a national leader in year-round training in the sport despite patches of snow that stubbornly cling to the edges of the facility’s driveway.
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