He's Come to Save Us, It's Marty Davis

 

Episode 4- He's Come to Save Us, It's Marty Davis:

In episode four, Marty Davis digs into the Gauchos first round matchup in the NCAA Tournament against Texas Tech, a winning legacy, and the foundation of the ATP.

Davis, who just won his fourth consecutive Coach of the Year Honor in the Big West Conference details some of the best players he's ever coached, what it's like ot change the culture at UCSB, and the community surrounding Tennis in Santa Barbara.

Having won a dozen championships in his 21 years as a Gaucho, Davis is one of the most winningest Tennis coaches in among his collegiate peers and is a member of both the Cal Tennis Hall of Fame and the USTA Northern California Hall of Fame.

In 1990, Davis played an integral role in the foundation of the Association of Tennis Professional (ATP), which stands today as a world-wide top-tier tennis tour hosting the best athletes in the world.

Looking for another victory over a top-25 ranked opponent, Marty Davis details what it will take to advance from the first round of the NCAA Tournament. 

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