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Peggy Reilly

USPTA Pro  Peggy Reilly is a well-rounded tennis-teaching professional. An elite level teaching professional, she combines her experience of tennis coaching with personal training to provide a unique and modern approach. 

Always very personable, she enjoys the individual progression of each of her students providing the perfect learning environment.

2018 Begins a new program at the beautiful Marina 41, Marina Harbor/Waters Edge luxury residential properties Marina del Rey, and the South Bay Tennis Center.  Looking forward to another successful season, Ms. Reilly will continue as the USTA team coach for the women's 3.0 Marina/Westchester. 

A longtime member of  National Academy of Sports Medicine, she is a certified personal trainer with the following additional credentials. Fitness and Nutrition Specialist FNS, as well as Corrective Exercise Specialist CES. Additionally, Ms. Reilly also works with the American Heart Association teaching CPR to first responders and lay rescuers in her community. 

Other professional achievements include Director of Wellness of the Peninsula Racquet Club, Head Tennis Professional of the Loyola Marymount University, Director of Tennis of the Westchester Tennis Center, Marina Tennis Center and other clubs throughout the southland including the Beverly Hills Country Club,The Century City Tennis Center and Club Mediterranee in such exotic locations as the Bahamas, Mexico, West Indies, and Morocco.

A graduate of Loyola Marymount University, she served as the Head Tennis Professional and developed the Loyola Marymount Tennis Academy for thirteen years. A longtime member of the United States Tennis Association, she has recently received her 30-year service award. 

Elected the first women's liaison to the Southern California division of Teaching Professionals, she has been a dedicated coach and mentor to many local players.

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