“The signs of an American male tennis player stepping up and dominating seems as grim as our unemployment rate these days. But there’s no trace of those feelings inside John McEnroe Tennis Academy as 17-year-old Noah Rubin is being groomed as the next hopeful.
According to Rubin’s long time coach and JMTA Director of Tennis Lawrence Kleger, “Noah is the best tennis player to come out of New York since McEnroe.”
Rubin knows how pivotal this next year will be for him as the Rockville Centre, Long Island native talked about what lies ahead.”
“Well in a year from now, a year and a half, I’m going to have to make a decision whether I’m going to do college or just go straight to [the] pro’s. I have a lot of people telling me different things right now, so I’ll have to step back and take a look at it every once in a while, but we’ll have to see how well I do this next year in professional tournaments. That’s what I will be focusing on is that, and the four grand slams, so we’ll see how I do then. We’ll make a decision when the time comes, but for now, just enjoy it and have fun with everything.”
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Article written by Benjamin Block – Bleacher Report.