The Middleburg Tennis Club has hired long-time tennis professional Kevin Brundle as its new director of tennis.
Brundle, 32, comes to Middleburg club from the Rome Tennis Center in Rome, GA, where he also was director of tennis and the assistant director of the Professional Tennis Management program at Berry College in Mount Berry, GA. He is a U.S. professional Tennis Association-certified elite professional and has taught players of all levels for the past 12 years.
At the Rome Tennis Center, a 60-court facility, he was responsible for all aspects of tennis programming, teaching, facilities management and maintenance, pro shop operations, and event and league tennis in a club with more than 500 members. Brundle also has developed programs and taught tennis in Florida, Maryland and Connecticut. In 2014, he was the U.S. Professional Tennis Association professional of the year and the district president of the USPTA from 2015-2017.
The Middleburg Tennis Club, founded in 1969, has three indoor courts and six outdoor clay courts, two outdoor hard courts as well as a fitness center and outdoor pool. The club will soon begin construction of a state-of-the-art indoor training center with two more courts. It has 400 members.