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History of TB Tennis

According to many scientific studies, tennis is one of the most beneficial sports for our development. It helps us improve our physic, psychology, psychomotricity, mental agility, decision making, emotional control, etc,… But not everyone can enjoy these benefits due to the high technical, physical, and economical requirements.

After more than 40 years of experience dedicated to sports in different countries (competition, management, and teaching), Enrique founded the “QM Sports Club”. It was one of his dreams throughout his career. They used to offer tennis, padel and nautical activities at one of the top 5-star hotels of the Mediterranean coast, Hotel Sidi San Juan. After 22 years as its sports director, he had to close the club at the same time the Hotel closed in January of 2011.

 

After this, Enrique took some time off to investigate and develop a new sport. An adaptation of tennis accessible and stimulating for all family members (grandparents, parents, kids…). TB Tennis was born. It’s a sport that can be implemented in sport centres, schools, hotels and even homes in some cases due to its easy installation. It’s also very easy to learn and play so that everyone can enjoy the many benefits tennis has, to offer.

 

TB Tennis was made to improve your wellbeing, health, and happiness.

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Enrique A. Martínez

  • US Professional Registry Teaching Tennis Professional (1991)

  • National Tennis Coach of the Royal Spanish Federation (1993)

  • National Padel Coach of the Spanish Federation (2000)

  • National Professor (1992), International Coach (1994), Streetennis Trainer 1998), Club Director (1998), and National Professional Master (2010) of the European Professional Tennis Registry.

  • National Motonautics Monitor of the Spanish Federation (1993)

  • Open Water Diver Padi Europe (2003)

  • Skipper Recreational Motor and Sailing Boats (1979 and 2007)

  • Organization and Management of Events, Volvo Ocean Race (2014)

  • Former Professional Tennis Player (1977 to 1989)

  • Spanish Tennis Champion National School Games (Madrid 1977)

  • Spanish University Tennis Champion (Zaragoza 1979)

  • Spanish Champion of the Professional Tennis Registry (Madrid 1993)

  • Spanish Veteran Tennis Champion +45 (Seville 2004)

  • Vice-champion of Spain in Veterans Tennis +55 (Cartagena 2016)

  • Valencian Community Veterans Tennis Champion +35 singles and doubles in 1997 and 2001, +45 in 2004 and 2006, +55 in 2015.

  • Spanish Padel Runner-up +55 (Las Palmas 2014)

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