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  I have made up my mind that when I am done with my tennis career that I would like to work with kids.

Tennis has been such an important part of my life and has taught me such valuable lessons—tenacity, confidence, humility and many other qualities. It is also teaching me that winning the overall game of life is far more important than winning a tennis match.
And how does one win the game of life?  I believe the path to winning the game is complete self-master ...
Megan Moulton-Levy

I started playing tennis at age three because my oldest sister was playing and I wanted to be just like her.  Who knew that I would still be chasing fuzzy yellow balls around at the age of 26!  My 23years on the tennis court have not been spent in the traditional talent grooming way.  I started playing serious competitive tennis when I was about 9 years old.

Turning pro is the final step and the last hurdle to jump and conquer.

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