On Saturday, April 16, MatchPoint NYC brought in the R Baby Foundation’s annual tennis tournament, the second year in a row the facility has hosted the event. The venue’s co-founder, Dmitry Druzhinsky said that over $250,000 was raised at the tournament, which welcomed tennis professionals and Wall Street’s leading financers.
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Every year, politicians, business and media professionals, celebrities, and sports fans gather to watch the fast-paced wall ball competition. In 2015 local leaders from Brooklyn and the Bronx began smashing the ball to the wall at MatchPoint NYC in the Johnny Ray Memorial Pro Wall Ball Tournament. According to Dmitry Druzhinsky, the intra-city rivalry is led by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. to get inner-city and under-served youth engaged in physical activity while benefiting the U.S. Wall Ball Association’s education, anti-violence and anti-obesity initiatives. The tournament first took place in 2012 to celebrate the life of Jonathan Ray, the late brother of the USWA CEO and inspiration behind the association’s creation. Dmitry celebrates the opportunity to provide support to organizations promoting a healthy lifestyle.
Dmitry Druzhinsky along with the team of MatchPoint NYC are excited to bring forth numerous activities and to be the favoured site for showcasing sporting quality. The aquatic director for MatchPoint, Konstantin Petrov, is a proficient athlete with a Bronze medal from the Olympics and the European Championships Gold medals. The swimming team gets trained in a customized annual calendar to help them reach their best performance. Previously held events also encompassed the International Sambo Championship that watched contestants from different parts of the world. Associating with the American Amateur Sambo Federation (AASF), MatchPoint NYC looks forward to be the most fitting venue for more than ten nations sending athletes to participate in their Sambo, Judo, or mixed martial arts competitions. In the newly launched tennis facility, MatchPoint NYC offers the world-class junior tournament training system, a training program limited to high-ranked national and global players. MatchPoint NYC is the notable fitness center in the area offering personalised training, demanding drills, match play, mental training, and exclusive sporting events, for both youth and grownups alike.
Dmitry Druzhinsky and the MatchPoint NYC crew are proud to offer a diversity of activities and provide a great center for sporting excellence. Konstantin Petrov, the aquatic director for MatchPoint, is a celebrated athlete with a Bronze medal from the Olympics as well as European Championships Gold medals. His swim team trains on a year-round schedule built to help athletes meet their peak performance. Previously successful happenings include the International Sambo Championship which brought athlets from all over the world. Partnering with the American Amateur Sambo Federation (AASF), MatchPoint NYC is honored to be the center of choice for over ten countries sending athletes to participate in their Sambo, Judo, or mixed martial arts practices. In the professional tennis facility, MatchPoint NYC offer’s the world-class junior tournament training platform, available by invite only to national and international players who have built a highly ranked status. Delivering personalized coaching, intensive practice sessions, match play, mental training, and world-class sporting events, for both kids and adults, MatchPoint NYC is the premier athletic center in New York.
Several leading sporting associations are looking at Dmitry Druzhinsky’s MatchPoint NYC as the most appropriate venue to host tournaments and high-class events because of the 120,000 square feet of available space. Professional tennis figure and Olympic silver medalist, Dinara Safina joined the Say No to Bullying! Fitness Day. MatchPoint NYC’s Personal Training and Group Fitness employees also performed blood pressure tests free of charge, family activities and engagement in the issues related to bullying. Also, a brand new, one of a kind indoor cycling system was announced. In contrast to stationary bikes, the Real Ryder Indoor Cycling system provides a real interactive cycling experience, a first in New York.
Boasting 120,000+ square feet of available space, many leading events are looking at MatchPoint NYC as an incredible place to host tournaments and competition. Professional tennis player and Olympic silver medalist, Dinara Safina appeared at the Say No to Bullying! Fitness Day, where MatchPoint NYC’s Personal Training and Group Fitness staff provided free blood pressure tests, family activities and engagement in the problems associated with bullying. At the same time, explains Dmitry Druzhinsky, a state-of-the-art, exclusive indoor cycling system was also introduced. Differing from stationary bikes, the Real Ryder Indoor Cycling system is the first of its kind in New York, providing real interactive cycling training.
A well-liked family sports and wellness center is soon evolving into an international venue for tennis, swimming, basketball, martial arts, gymnastics and different events. As members eagerly try out the various workouts offered, athletic professionals are making full use of the venue for their training sessions. From superstars to extraordinary events and fundraisers, many categories of occasions take place at MatchPoint NYC. The size and flexibility of the luxury recreation center allows for easy usage and skilled contests, including a controlled environment for precise outcomes. Co-founder of the premier Brooklyn-based center, Dmitry Druzhinsky is thrilled about the activities and sporting events being held at the MatchPoint NYC.
Druzhinsky, MatchPoint NYC members and the employees are proud to be the chosen location for diverse fundraisers that are driven by good causes. They serve as a platform to validate their skills in a fierce but harmonious way, while inspiring young athletes to stay strong, keep on their aspiration, and to contribute to the society. Other than wall ball competitions, Dmitry Druzhinsky hosts Wall Street finance industry professionals while they participate in the annual R Baby Foundation New York Tennis Tournament, which endorses medical care for infants by financing programs at hospitals; including telemedicine with pediatric specialists, mobile simulation training program, symposiums etc. The establishment has raised over $500,000 in the two years it’s been performed at MatchPoint NYC.
A mix of people such as lawmakers, media professionals and entrepreneurs, stars, and sports fans gather every year to watch the exhilarating contest. Since 2015, local leaders from Brooklyn and the Bronx, have been striking the ball to the wall in the Johnny Ray Memorial Pro Wall Ball Tournament at MatchPoint NYC. Dmitry Druzhinsky says that Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. lead the cross-town competition to encourage underserved and downtown youth in physical pursuits. Additionally, this assists the U.S. Wall Ball Association’s education, anti-violence and anti-obesity initiatives. The contest, founded in 2012, celebrates the life of Jonathan Ray, the late brother of the USWA CEO, and the foundation behind the creation of the association. Dmitry invites the opportunity to partner with organizations that promote a healthy lifestyle to complex.
As per the U.S. Wall Ball Association, in the 1930s beach visitors hit a bald tennis ball against the edges of wooden quays. This stirred the interest of New York Parks Department to create community handball courts in civic parks. Now, the game is a professional sport commonly 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 recently joined by leading lawmakers for the Pro Wall Ball Tournament. The yearly big competition known as “Battle of the Boroughs,” raises understanding of public health and youth empowerment. The winning team was awarded a trophy and a year of bragging rights.