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Tennis Coaching and Consulting

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I work with elite players and juniors to identify and improve upon the specific aspects of their game. My coaching involves technique driven and game-style focused training. I consult with parents and children regarding their short term and long term goals in respect to training resources, academics, college admissions and player development. For private coaching and consulting email uberoipr@gmail.com.

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Tennis, Wellness January 27, 2014

Back to Princeton

It’s been a while since my last post. A lot has happened since then! I am back in school finishing my undergraduate degree at Princeton University. It was a tough decision for me to make but after much deliberation I felt it was best.

Tennis October 7, 2013

Cryan Tennis Tournament Win

This past week was super hectic. I was asked to play the Cryan Tennis Tournament by a friend a few days before the start. On a whim I signed up for the open singles and doubles (with Vasilisa Bardina).

Tennis, Wellness October 7, 2013

Reflections on Tennis

When I was asked to write something for the NJD newsletter, I thought about what I might have wanted to read in a USTA Middle States New Jersey District newsletter as a young junior player.

Tennis, Wellness October 6, 2013

Meditation Through Sport

I am not fond of meditation. In fact I can tell you that I actually resent it. My Indian upbringing has given me the privilege to learn about the invaluable effects of meditation on the body, mind and spirit.

Tennis October 6, 2013

India’s Sports System

A few years ago the Indian Sports Ministry made a sudden change in their policy, no longer allowing some of its tops athletes to play for India. One of the athletes severely affected by this ruling was my sister, Shikha Uberoi.

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