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Lila Lohman - ITF Junior Tennis Player


Lil Lohman

Lila is 11 1/2 years old and enjoys all aspects of tennis. She is a the daughter of a college and pro football coach and her mother went to Harvard Law school. Lila is a true coaches daughter being a gym rat and very coachable along with being very intelligent.

Education & Rankings

Lila is going into the 6th grade and has a UTR of 2.5. She is just starting to play tournaments.

Playing experience

Lila has only been playing tennis for 21 months and has caught up to most of her peers that have been playing for many years. Lila won her first tournament last fall and it was only the 3rd one she had played

About you

Date of birth: Feb 2010
Hand Used: Right hand, two hand back hand
Height: 5’0
Racket: Babolat Pure Drive 2021

Strings: RPM Blast + Touch VS

Clothing: Athleta
Shoes: Nike
Any Sponsors: None yet
Favourite Player: Coco Gauff
Career Aspirations: Play Center Court Wimbledon
Favourite Tournament: Wimbledon
Best Surface: Hard
Best Win:
Goals for the coming year: To get better every day and to beat the plays I have lost to in the past
Favourite Quote: If you believe it you can achieve it

Current and Previous Coach, Club & Academies

Lila first tennis coach was Nduka Odizor (born 28 August 1958), a former tennis player from Nigeria, who represented his native country at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. He won one career title in singles (Taipei, 1983) and seven doubles titles. He reached his highest ATP singles ranking of World No. 52 in June 1984 and his highest doubles ranking was No. 20 on August 27, 1984.



Lila has very nice base to work from and build on. With only having started 1 year ago, I see many positives to develop. Her attitude and passion for the work will be one of her greatest assets along her development journey. I highly recommend Lila spending more time working on her serve, return, volleys and transition as these will become cornerstones of her success in the future. I would highly recommend Lila focus on developing all aspects of her game and doing so in a competitive environment while making sure that the emphasis is always on getting better and not the result and ranking. I would make a plan for what areas to focus on over the next two years and emphasize those areas of growth by the time Lila turns 13. In my opinion there is no question that her Serve, Return of Serve & Volley’s should stand out. I would also recommend getting a comprehensive assessment quarterly over the next two years to make sure the daily work is creating the complete puzzle.

Sandy Mittleman