Ever since he was a little boy, Winston “Wynn” Warren has loved tennis. Having moved to Seattle in 2014 from New York, Winston needed a new home for tennis, with coaches that he could really connect with. Like any player, who your coach is can have a massive impact on how you learn, what you learn, and if you’re enjoying it through the journey. Winston needed to find coaches that really resonated with his individual learning needs. Now 12 years old, Winston has enjoyed working with a variety of coaches and players at TCSP. Winston has embraced the culture of the Junior Program and its coaching staff, finding TCSP to now be his true tennis home. Coaches here have embraced his enthusiasm and kind-hearted nature.
His mother Roberta noted: “Every coach at TCSP whom Wynn has played for has had the capacity and willingness to work with each individual player while promoting excellent technique, great sportsmanship and a sense of fun for everyone. This seems to offer the secret formula for Winston, and he is looking forward to continuing his path at Tennis Center Sand Point. He can’t wait to work with Steve Walters this summer!”
We are all excited to watch his progress and are very glad to have this young player as part of our TCSP community. Keep on Swinging Wynn!