Dmitry Druzhinsky built upon his enthusiasm for tennis and other competitive sports, co-founding MatchPoint NYC in the Coney Island neighborhood of Brooklyn

In 2012, Dmitry Druzhinsky built upon his enthusiasm for tennis and other competitive sports, co-founding MatchPoint NYC in the Coney Island neighborhood of Brooklyn. The second largest tennis facility in New York City, this $20 million luxury sports, and fitness center sits on nearly three acres. A cafe and juice bar make up part of the 120,000 square foot mega-complex, alongside 9 indoor tennis courts, 5 dedicated tennis courts for kids 10 and under, a state-of-the-art gym boasting modern fitness equipment and 3 group fitness studios, a junior Olympic pool, rhythmic gymnastics center, basketball court, Yoga Studio, and an outdoor training field. Also offered are a variety of competitive and recreational training programs such as MMA and Sambo Academy.