Bob Schewior
  • Hometown: Maplewood, NJ
  • Started at Chestnut: 1975
  • Age Started: 9
  • Racket: Wilson Hammer 5.3
  • Favorite Pro: Roger Federer

Bob Schewior has been the Director of Tennis at CRRC since 1985. His playing accomplishments include playing #1 at Rutgers University 1971-73 and ranking in the Top 20 Men’s Singles in the ETA six times between 1976 and 1985. In 1988 and 1991, he was ranked in the Top 20 nationally in Men’s 35 and 40 Singles respectively as well as a #6 national ranking in Men’s 35 Doubles in 1988.

Bob oversees all of the lessons and programs at CRRC. His best junior student achieved a #5 national ranking while numerous others have excelled to the point of being granted college scholarships.

Bob is the author of Deconstructing Tennis: The 4-D System. This path-breaking book simplifies the mental game of the top professionals so that it becomes accessible to players of all levels. He summarizes his teaching philosophy as follows: “My goal is to pose challenges for students that are neither too easy nor too difficult. This pushes them at the margins of their ability to make consistent improvement.”

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