Episode #76: Jesse Levine stopped by and I had a chance to pick his brain about tennis, coaching, mindset, and what it takes to be a professional. He was ranked the number 1 tennis player in the United States throughout his junior career in under 12, 14, 16, and 18 categories. Jesse was an All American at the University of Florida his freshman year, going undefeated through the entire season. He went on to play in the pros for 8 years until an elbow injury forced his retirement. Jesse weaves stories of his playing career to who is the greatest player of all time. Come find out who he believes that player is and be thoroughly entertained and inspired at the same time!
Jesse Levine is a former NCAA all American tennis player and achieved his career-high singles rank of world No. 69 on October 1, 2012. Levine represented the United States through 2012, and he represented Canada starting in 2013. Jesse is a talent scout for Nike, TV Broadcaster for tennis, and Director of tennis at Boca Bridges in Boca Raton, FL.