Dmitry Druzhinsky elaborates on MatchPoint’s most prized feature – a cutting edge indoor tennis arena boasting nine courts and six additional mini courts reserved for youth. Local and international stars frequent the grounds, including Kazakhstan international Aleksandr Nedovyesv and Dinara Safina, the former number one ranked women’s player in the world. Incredible junior training programs are comprised of top ranked national and international competitors, and offer personalized lessons and drills in combination with mental and physical conditioning. Additionally, USPTA certified coaches head Quick Start, Junior Development, adult leagues, and private programming for beginner, intermediate, and advanced players. Those seeking to relax and enjoy a snack or beverage while watching the action can take in the WIFI enabled restaurant and lounge sitting above the courts, equipped with seating, full-length windows, HDTVs, and a juice bar.
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Jason Pinsky brought forth the charity’s tennis tournament in 2010, “Six years ago I saw the institution was arranging a golf event, and I proposed we should come up with a tennis event. The primary year was like an experiment and it went well, and the demand has been huge ever since. We combine a great group of competitive guys for an amazing cause.” In 2015 and 2016, the Foundation is fulfilled to have raised more than $500,000 for childcare plans covering telemedicine with pediatric experts, mobile simulation training programs, and symposiums. Dmitry Druzhinsky’s MatchPoint NYC is sited on a three acre lot on Coney Island and owns over 120,000 square feet of top of the line equipment and amenities, but its most prominent aspect is a large nine court indoor tennis arena, the vastest of its kind in Brooklyn.
Over 120,000 square feet of available space can be used at the center, causing many leading sporting associations to look at MatchPoint NYC as an excellent location to host tournaments and competitions. Pro tennis star and Olympic silver medalist, Dinara Safina greeted fans at the Say No to Bullying! Fitness Day, said Dmitry Druzhinsky. This time, MatchPoint NYC’s Personal Training and Group Fitness staff also gave out free blood pressure tests, family entertainment and education on the problems associated with bullying. Also, a brand new, exclusive indoor cycling system was also installed. Unlike stationary bikes, the Real Ryder Indoor Cycling system gives an exclusive interactive cycling experience to New Yorkers.
Individuals from different industries such as lawmakers, commercial and media experts, stars, and sports aficionados come together every year to watch the exciting contest. Since 2015 local leaders from Brooklyn and the Bronx, have been smashing the ball to the wall in the Johnny Ray Memorial Pro Wall Ball Tournament at MatchPoint NYC. As per Dmitry Druzhinsky, the cross-town competition is led by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. to engage downtown and underserved youth in physical pursuits, and also aids the U.S. Wall Ball Association’s education, anti-violence and anti-obesity plans. The contest, created in 2012, pays tribute to the life of Jonathan Ray, the late brother of the USWA CEO, and the source of inspiration behind the creation of the association. Dmitry welcomes the opportunity to assist organizations that promote a healthy lifestyle to complex.
As per the U.S. Wall Ball Association, in the 1930s people going to the beaches hit a bald tennis ball against the sides of wooden jetties. This inspired the New York Parks Department to create community handball courts in town parks. Presently, the game is a professional sport better known as Wall Ball and is played at athletic centers all over the nation. Dmitry Druzhinsky, co-founder of MatchPoint NYC, a premier health and fitness complex in Brooklyn, was lately joined by leading lawmakers for the Pro Wall Ball Tournament. The annual big competition called “Battle of the Boroughs,” raises cognizance of public health and youth enablement. The triumphant team was awarded a trophy and a year of bragging rights.
In addition to the nine indoor tennis courts, MatchPoint NYC includes a full size gym with top-notch fitness equipment and three group fitness studios, along with a junior Olympic pool, rhythmic gymnastics center, and basketball court. A Yoga studio, outdoor sports field and sauna complement the competitive MMA and Sambo training programs for children and adults. Dmitry Druzhinsky is honored that as a partner with the American Amateur Sambo Federation (AASF), MatchPoint NYC has hosted athletes from more than 12 countries, including Ukraine, Russia, Dominican Republic, Estonia, Moldova, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Israel, Belarus, Armenia and the U.S. They compete at the center for international titles.
The members and staff of MatchPoint NYC, as well as Druzhinsky, are proud to be the venue of choice for many cause-driven fundraisers and events that give players the opportunity to demonstrate skill in fierce but playful matches. The events inspire young athletes to remain healthy, follow their passion, and benefit the community. Outside of wall ball tournaments, Dmitry Druzhinsky hosts a group of Wall Street bigwigs for the annual R Baby Foundation New York Tennis Tournament, helping to improve outcomes of medical care for infants by funding programs at hospitals. Telemedicine with pediatric experts, mobile simulation training program, symposiums and more receive help from the event, and the foundation has raised more than $500,000 in just two showings at MatchPoint NYC.
In the 1930s, explains the U.S. Wall Ball Association, beach-goers whacking a bald tennis ball against the sides of wooden jetties inspired the New York Parks Department to install community handball courts in the city’s parks. The game is now a professional sport known as Wall Ball, enjoyed at athletic centers across the country. Co-founder of MatchPoint NYC Dmitry Druzhinsky welcomed numerous politicians to his premier health and fitness complex in Brooklyn for the Pro Wall Ball Tournament. The annual anticipated competition – known as the “Battle of the Boroughs,” raises awareness of public health issues and youth empowerment. The winning team takes home a trophy and a year of bragging rights.
MatchPoint NYC was proud to host the 6th annual R Baby Foundation Tennis Tournament in April 2016. The tournament took place at the center’s expansive indoor facilities, and both pro tennis players and Wall Street’s leading financers competed. Dmitry Druzhinksy notes that the R Baby Foundation, America’s sole nonprofit organization with the mission of saving the lives of infants through the enhancement of pediatric care, has contributed over $8 million to hospital programs and helped save more than one million lives. MatchPoint NYC was also selected as the venue in 2015 for the 5th annual event, and Druzhinsky was pleased to announce that in two years over $500,000 has been raised and donated to childcare initiatives, telemedicine alongside pediatric experts, mobile simulation training programs, as well as symposiums. “They are great to work with,” explained Darren Port, CEO of Powered by Professionals and one of the runners of the competition, “He [Druzhinsky] has really gone out of his way to invite us to work with them, and that has helped make the event really special in the two years we have had it here. The foundation does a great job of keeping its expenses low to ensure that the money raised goes towards the cause, and MatchPoint’s generosity helps make that possible.”
The R Baby Foundation is America’s first and only nonprofit organization with the mission of saving infants’ lives by improving pediatric care, and to date, has donated $8 million to hospital programs and saved more than one million lives. The charity’s tennis tournament was created in 2010, by Jason Pinsky, “Six years ago I saw the foundation was doing a golf event, and I suggested we should do a tennis event. The first year was sort of a test and it went well, and the demand has been high ever since. We bring together a great group of competitive guys for a great cause.” In 2015 and 2016, the Foundation is proud to have raised over $500,000 for childcare initiatives including telemedicine with pediatric experts, mobile simulation training programs, and symposiums, notes Dmitry Druzhinsky.