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Displaced Georgia tennis academy searches for permanent home

Added 07-04-20 01:03:01am EST - “For the past 10 years, husband and wife tennis duo Michael and Debbie Beck of the Beck Tennis Academy have taught lessons intended to develop young athletes interested in improving their competitive tennis at any level.” - Washingtontimes.com

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WATKINSVILLE, Ga. (AP) - For the past 10 years, husband and wife tennis duo Michael and Debbie Beck of the Beck Tennis Academy have taught lessons intended to develop young athletes interested in improving their competitive tennis at any level.

Though the Becks previously worked out of the Jennings Mill Country Club, since the spring they have moved to teaching and conditioning from several private courts in the Clarke-Oconee area.

“We started Beck Tennis Academy in 2010. We’ve worked with well over 700 kids in that period of time,” Michael said. “Our long term plan is to find or build a new facility in the Clarke-Oconee area that will serve our existing clientele and students.”

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