On Episode 228 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I interviewed Mark Sansait about his experiences playing in USTA Leagues, recording matches for YouTube, and reviewing tennis products.
Mark is the founder of Toxic Tennis. He consistently creates entertaining and educational tennis content. Mark publishes videos of NTRP 4.5-5.0 match play, product reviews, and tutorials on his YouTube Channel, which has nearly 10k subscribers. Mark played college tennis at The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and was recently bumped up to the NTRP 5.0 level.
On the show, you’ll learn Mark’s up and down experiences with USTA Leagues, what he thinks about getting bumped up to an NTRP 5.0, how Mark records his matches, Mark’s journey creating tennis content on YouTube, the best $40 reel of string money can buy, his favorite racquets of 2021, facing a copyright claim from one of the biggest online tennis retailers in the world and much more!
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