Body Helix and its founder, Fred Robinson, are excited to announce a new partnership with the Time Value of Tennis YouTube Channel. The YouTube channel, founded in 2017 by tennis professionals, Aritz Eceiza and Sergey Belov, provides simple and top level instruction to the every day tennis player. In less than two years, the channel has over 3.5 million views and close to 23,000 subscribers all around the globe.
World tennis champion and recent North Carolina Tennis Hall of Fame inductee, Fred Robinson, will be working closely with Eceiza and Belov to provide viewers with tennis strategy, instruction, and injury management tricks of the trade. With Robinson's 30-year tennis career and the teaching expertise of Eceiza and Belov, the partnership is sure to appeal to tennis players of all levels.
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MORE ABOUT ARITZ ECEIZA AND SERGEY BELOV
Aritz Eceiza was born in Spain, and started playing tennis at age of six. Eceiza played tournaments for 12 years at various levels and was a part of the Barcelona University team, attending the national championship in 2015. At age 16, Eceiza started his coaching career and obtained certification to teach in Europe with the L2 Europe Tennis Association. He moved to the United States in January 2016, first living in Arizona before settling in Charlotte, NC as a teaching professional at Blakeney Racquet and Swim Club.
Sergey Belov also got involved in tennis at the age of six years old. He followed in his father's footsteps, who was competing at the national level. Belov played the ITF Junior Circuit and attended Winthrop University on a full athletic tennis scholarship where he won the Big South conference tournament in 2010, the regular season title in 2011, and received the title of Big South Conference Player of the Year in 2011. He worked as an assistant coach for Winthrop’s men’s and women’s tennis teams from 2011 to 2014 then became the Head Men’s Tennis Coach for 2014-2015. As a coach, he lead them to win the Big South conference regular season in 2013, 2014 and the conference tournament in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Belov is now teaching tennis in Charlotte, NC at Blakeney Racquet and Swim Club.