| By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff

On Saturday, April 30 at 9:00 a.m., the Ross School Tennis Center will present a Junior Tennis Clinic with Patrick McEnroe. Open to players ages six to 18, join Ross Tennis on the courts with United States Tennis Association High Performance Program advisor and tennis great Patrick McEnroe for a children's clinic and tennis talk at the beautiful Ross School Tennis Center in East Hampton, N.Y. Light fare and beverages will be served.

►Junior Clinic and Tennis Talk: $350 per person

►Junior Tennis Lessons With Patrick McEnroe for your child

►VIP Spectator Tables* available to help underwrite Ross School Tennis Scholarships

Patrick McEnroe is the general manager of player development for the United States Tennis Association (USTA). In his 11 year professional career, McEnroe won one singles and 16 doubles titles, including the 1989 French Open doubles title with Ross Parent Jim Grabb. Until his retirement, Patrick was the longest serving Davis Cup Captain in U.S. history and won the Davis Cup himself in 2007. Patrick is also the author of a recently released memoir, Hardcourt Confidential: Tales from Twenty Years in the Pro Tennis Trenches. He is married to Tony Award-nominated actress Melissa Errico with whom he has three daughters.

*VIP Tables include a five min. taped coaching session with McEnroe and dessert/entertainment tickets to the April 29 Race Lane dinner benefit featuring entertainment by Broadway star Melissa Errico.

For more information, contact Jennifer Rockford by e-mail at jrockford@ross.org, call (631) 907-5214 or visit www.ross.org/tennisweekend.