Tennis is for Everyone
Not only is tennis great exercise and a fun sport, it’s a terrific way to meet friends, neighbors and like-minded enthusiasts. And it’s big doings at Plantation Bay, where the tennis complex boasts ten Har-Tru courts for members to enjoy year round. Night play is available, which is very popular, especially in the summer months.
Tournaments, adult leagues, junior camps, lessons and clinics are all part of the program that tennis guru, USPTA Elite Professional Michelle Brown has put together. She genuinely enjoys working with all levels of players from tiny tots to nationally ranked adults. After a complimentary tennis lesson and evaluation, Michelle directs new and existing members into activities where everyone gets a compatible game. And Michelle’s extensive experience must be resonating with members because tennis is the fastest growing activity at Plantation Bay, both for the players and the fans.
Michelle Brown, USPTA Tennis Director
Michelle has worked in the tennis industry since 2000. She has worked for the USTA Florida as the Team Tennis Coordinator. While there, she oversaw all team programming for the Florida section. She has run numerous local, regional, and national tennis tournaments.
Her career then took her to teach in Massachusetts for six years, while there she was the mixed doubles coordinator focusing on social tennis events. She then became Director of Youth Tennis at Longfellow Tennis & Health Club in Wayland, MA. During this time, she also served as Executive Director of United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) New England.
After moving back to Florida and residing in Jacksonville, she became CEO of Positively Tennis while also working at San Jose Country Club as a teaching Tennis Professional.
Michelle is a USPTA Elite Professional, she has focused her career on getting players of all ages to the game and help players navigate learning skills, being successful, and competing. Her passion has been creating a pathway for all players, blogging about tennis, and introducing the sport of a lifetime.