On Saturday, April 16, MatchPoint NYC hosted the R Baby Foundation’s annual charitable tennis tournament for the second consecutive year. The venue’s co-founder, Dmitry Druzhinsky is pleased to announce that over $250,000 was raised at the event, which welcomed tennis professionals along with Wall Street’s leading financers.
MatchPoint NYC offers children and adult swimming lessons in the facility’s Junior Olympic pool and Kids Aquatic Center, a program that has become a favorite of local residents. Everyone from toddlers to aspiring Olympians participates in the training led by coach Konstantin Petrov. Dmitry Druzhinsky believes the swimmers are in good hands, “Konstantin currently holds a Level 4 Certificate from the American Swimming Coaching Association, placing him in the top five percentile of all coaches in the country.” As a former Olympic Bronze medalist, Petrov brings more than thirty years of experience on the local, national, and international levels.
Coney Island, an area traditionally lacking solid recreational infrastructure, is now home to one of the area’s newest and most popular facilities. MatchPoint NYC is inspired by entrepreneur and co-founder Dmitry Druzhinsky’s passion for athletics and devotion to South Brooklyn. After noticing a dire need in his community, Druzhinsky opened the center in 2013. His dedication to offering New York’s preeminent fitness experience has resulted in the center becoming the preferred venue of families, professional athletes, fundraising events, and world-class tournaments.
With more than 120,000 square feet of available space, many prominent sporting associations consider MatchPoint NYC, co-founded by Dmitry Druzhinsky, an excellent place to host tournaments and special events. Olympic silver medalist and professional tennis star Dinara Safina attended the Say No to Bullying! Fitness Day. This time, the Personal Training and Group Fitness staff at MatchPoint NYC provided free blood pressure tests, family entertainment and engagement in the problems associated with bullying. At the same time, a one-of-a-kind, exclusive indoor cycling system was introduced. Going a step further than stationary bikes, the Real Ryder Indoor Cycling system provides the first of it’s kind in New York, a real interactive cycling experience.
A Brooklyn-based luxury recreation center designed for the whole family is fast becoming an international destination for tennis, swimming, basketball, gymnastics, martial arts and other events. As members and guests take advantage of the different activities available, well-known professional athletes are on-site for their routine training sessions. From famous celebrity guests to special occasions and fundraisers, there are an abundance of happenings taking place at MatchPoint NYC. The luxury recreation center’s size and versatility makes for ease of use and expert competition, including regulation sized facilities for professional events. Co-founder of the premier sports and fitness center, Dmitry Druzhinsky, is proud of the activities and sporting events happening at MatchPoint NYC.
Each year, politicians, business and media professionals, and celebrities gather along with sports fans to watch some fast-paced competition. Since 2015 local athletes from Brooklyn and the Bronx have been smashing ball to wall in the Johnny Ray Memorial Pro Wall Ball Tournament, which takes place at MatchPoint NYC. According to Dmitry Druzhinsky, a fierce cross-town rivalry is led by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. to get inner-city and under-served youth engaged in physical activity, and also benefit initiatives from the U.S. Wall Ball Association for education, anti-violence and anti-obesity. This tournament started in 2012 and celebrates the life of the USWA CEO’s brother Jonathan Ray, the inspiration behind the creation of the association. Druzhinsky welcomes the opportunity to host organizations that promote a healthy lifestyle to complex.