Craig Bell has hosted 30 episodes.
Craig Bell is a USPTA Master Professional and currently is Director of Tennis at Bent Tree Country Club in Dallas since 1997. Craig started playing tennis in 1974 and working at Woodlake Racquet Club in Oklahoma City at age fourteen and has been actively involved in the tennis industry since then for over forty years. Craig has played high school, college and professional tennis and along the way he has won various state, conference and regional events.
Craig started teaching tennis in 1984 and has worked with numerous state, regional and nationally ranked players throughout his 30 plus year teaching career. Craig has actively been involved in the various tennis communities where he has lived and worked. He has served as President of the San Antonio Tennis Professional Association, President of Dallas Professional Tennis Association and is currently serving as President of the USPTA Texas Division. For his years of service to the Dallas tennis community he was awarded the “Pro Volunteer of the Year Award in 2007 and in 2017 was inducted into the Tut Bartzen Hall of Fame in February, 2017. He has also been recognized in 2009 and in 2014 as the USPTA Texas Division’s “Professional of the Year” recipient.
Through his skills on and off the court, he has helped raise millions of dollars for various charities whether playing as a pro-am participant, generously donating to charity events or organizing and running tournaments on behalf of charitable organizations.
Craig considers his greatest accomplishment to date as being married since August of 1983 to his wife Cindy whom he met while playing collegiate tennis at Weber State University. Craig and Cindy have four children – three daughters and one son with the entire Bell family having spent time on the court at one time or another.
Craig really enjoys the “Great Game of Tennis” and is appreciate of all the benefits it has afforded him on and off the court.
AJ Chabria has hosted 30 episodes.
AJ Chabria has played, covered and coached at circuit events all around the globe. He's the kind of guy who honeymooned in Paris.... DURING the French Open.
After working for over 25 years as Head Pro and Tennis Director at historic clubs in Marin County, California and Dallas, Texas he now coaches elite players and customizes frames for college players, tour players and mere mortals. He also serves as a teacher and tester for the USRSA's Master Racquet Technician program. A board member of the Texas division of the USPTA, he also serves as liaison to the national office of the USPTA Foundation. He is the proud owner of a family vintage racquet collection which goes back three generations dating to 1905.