QuickStart Tennis Comes to the White House, USTA joins Let's Move Initiative

WASHINGTON, D.C. - It was an already special day for a group of young tennis players in Washington, D.C.
Over 100 children from local National Junior Tennis and Learning (NJTL) programs had the honor of participating in a QuickStart Tennis clinic on the South Lawn of the White House alongside star professional players Sam Querrey and Bob and Mike Bryan.

But towards the end of the clinic, the morning became even better and offered another once in a lifetime opportunity: They got to meet and shake hands with President Barack Obama.

President Obama, a tennis player himself, greeted the children, who were extremely excited to see him and he told them he came to see their great form.

"It is good to see you guys!" President Obama also called to the children.

President Obama Sport Court  Sport Court at White House 

 

President Barack Obama talks with kids  attending a Let's Move tennis clinic on the  South Lawn of the White House, Aug. 3, 2010.
© Official White House Photo by Pete Souza

 

President Obama with Sam Querrey and Bob and Mike Bryan at the QuickStart clinic on the South Lawn.
© Max Cook

 

President Obama greets young tennis players at the White House.
© Max Cook


 

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