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Jerry Baskin Celebrates United States Olympic Committee 2002 Developmental Coach of the Year Honor

August 20, 2003 03:47 PM

Jerry Baskin, who was named by the United States Tennis Association the United States Olympic Committee 2002 Developmental Coach of the Year, celebrated this achievement earlier in the week at a party held by his family and friends.

Jerry Baskin (right), with son Craig and daughter Kelly
Baskin, who coaches rising superstars Robby Ginepri and Brian Vahaly, is Tennis Director at the Jerry Baskin Tennis Academy in Marietta, GA.

The goals of the program are to help elevate the status of coaching as a profession and to reward and recognize the very best coaches in the United States.

Previous winners of the USTA’s Coach of the Year awards are:

National Coach

Developmental Coach

1996 Tom Gullikson

1996 Maria Cercone

1997 Billie Jean King

1997 Dennis Van der Meer

1998 Dick Gould

1998 John Benson

1999 Nick Bollettieri

1999 Angel Lopez

2000 Paul Annacone

2000 Bob McKinley

2001 Not Awarded

2001 Not Awarded

 

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