Real estate investor and developer, Dmitry Druzhinsky, has been renovating the existing state of New York’s residential and entertainment facilities for over fifteen years. His latest property, Brooklyn’s MatchPoint NYC, has is now renowned as the town’s distinguished sports, health and fitness point for learner and professional sportspersons of each age group. The 120,000 sq. ft. dazzling property claims to have inclusive, modern amenities and friendly employees of skilled instructors, personal coaches, and nutrition advisors to make sure that members get likely results in a real, efficient and safe manner.
Urbane services at the center like musical gymnastics center, basketball court, yoga workshop, and big size gym allow it to host large athletic events that is unmanageable for other sports clubs. The USA SAMBO Open Championship, a meeting of the global experts of Sambo and Judo, had members from twelve assorted nations, and awarded the World Champion of the sport. As a part of the community initiative, political leaders from Brooklyn and the Bronx contested in the Johnny Ray Memorial Pro Wall Ball Tournament, an event used as a stage for the local leaders to broadcast the significance of public health and youth enablement. MatchPoint NYC gives youth and grownups swimming training in its Junior Olympic pool and Kids Aquatic Center, a selected program of local inhabitants. Members range from toddlers to aspiring Olympians, and the classes are run by coach Konstantin Petrov, Dmitry Druzhinsky states that they are in dependable hands, “Konstantin currently has a Level 4 Certificate from the American Swimming Coaching Association, enlisting him in the top five percentile of all coaches in the nation.” The former Olympic Bronze medalist has more than three decades of experience on the local, country, and global scale.
The center’s musical gymnastics center, basketball court, yoga workshop, and full size gym with innovative equipment allow it to house for athletic events that other sports clubs simply cannot. The USA SAMBO Open Championship, a meeting of the world’s masters of Sambo and Judo, had participants from twelve different countries, and established the World Champion of the sport. In a community outreach endeavor, politicians from Brooklyn and the Bronx contested in the Johnny Ray Memorial Pro Wall Ball Tournament, an event used as a stage for the local leaders to speak about the importance of public health and youth empowerment. MatchPoint NYC offers adolescents and adult swimming lessons in its Junior Olympic pool and Kids Aquatic Center, a preferred program of native residents. Attendees range from toddlers to hopeful Olympians, and led by coach Konstantin Petrov, Dmitry Druzhinsky believes they are in good hands, “Konstantin currently has a Level 4 Certificate from the American Swimming Coaching Association, putting him in the top five percentile of all coaches in the country.” The earlier Olympic Bronze medalist brings over thirty years of experience on the local, national, and global scale.
Dmitry Druzhinsky’s MatchPoint NYC, covering three-acres and being over 120,000 sq. ft. in area puts forward an unmatched range of gear and facilities, comprising a restaurant and a juice bar. Its highlight is an extensive, nine court indoor tennis arena, a one of a kind in Brooklyn. Local and global tennis superstars visit the grounds, including Kazakhstan’s Aleksandr Nedovyesv and the prior number one women’s player in the world, Dinara Safina. The R Baby Foundation, a charity enabling hospital programs for high-risk infants, has picked MatchPoint as the location for its New York Tennis Tournament for two chronological years. The competition is played by Wall Street’s leading financers and has raised more than $500,000.
Coney Island, an area mostly short of recreational infrastructure, now has one of Brooklyn’s latest and most remarkable facilities, MatchPoint NYC. Driven by his desire for sports and promise to South Brooklyn, entrepreneur Dmitry Druzhinsky co-founded the upmarket sports center in 2013 after noting a solid need in his community. Druzhinsky’s drive to delivering New York’s renowned fitness experience has led to the complex becoming the ideal site of families, professional sportspersons, charity events, and world-class tournaments.
The R Baby Foundation, says Dmitry Druzhinsky, is America’s first and only nonprofit organization saving infants’ lives by improving pediatric care. The charity has provided $8 million to date for hospital programs and saved more than one million infants. The charitable tennis tournament was founded originally in 2010, by Jason Pinsky, “Six years ago I saw the foundation was doing a golf event, and I suggested we should do a tennis event. The first year was sort of a test and it went well, and the demand has been high ever since. We bring together a great group of competitive guys for a great cause.” In 2015 and 2016, the Foundation raised an astonishingly high amount, over $500,000 for childcare initiatives, funding telemedicine with pediatric experts, mobile simulation training programs, and even symposiums for professionals.
MatchPoint NYC was built on a three acre plot within Coney Island, offering in surplus of 120,000 square feet of top of the line equipment and amenities, the most prominent of which is an expansive nine court indoor tennis arena, the largest in Brooklyn. This premiere sports center was co-founded by Dmitry Druzhinsky in 2013, after he observed a lack of recreational infrastructure in the region. Stemming from his commitment to the club’s members, staff, and the surrounding community, the area rapidly became the preferred venue for families, athletes, as well as charity events. “They are great to work with,” according to Darren Port, CEO of Powered by Professionals and one of the masterminds behind this year’s tournament. “He has really gone out of his way to invite us to work with them, and that has helped make the event really special in the two years we have had it here. The foundation does a great job in keeping its expenses low to ensure that the money raised goes towards the cause, and MatchPoint’s generosity helps make that possible.”
MatchPoint NYC is on a three acre lot on Coney Island, with over 120,000 square feet of top of the line equipment and amenities, but its most notable aspect is an expansive nine court indoor tennis area, the largest of its kind in Brooklyn. The luxury facility was co-founded by Dmitry Druzhinsky in 2013, after noticing a lack of recreational infrastructure in the region. Due to his dedication to club’s members, employees, and the community, the complex stands out as the preferred venue for families, professional athletes, and cause driven charity events. “They are great to work with,” said Darren Port, CEO of Powered by Professionals and one of the runners of this year’s tournament, “He has really gone out of his way to invite us to work with them, and that has helped make the event really special in the two years we have had it here. The foundation does a great job in keeping its expenses low to ensure that the money raised goes towards the cause, and MatchPoint’s generosity helps make that possible.”
On Saturday, April 16, The R Baby Foundation’s acclaimed fundraising tennis tournament came to MatchPointNYC for the second year in a row. The facility’s co-founder, Dmitry Druzhinsky, was happy to explain that the event raised over $250,000, and featured tennis professionals and Wall Street’s big-name financers.
Last January, domestic representatives and officers grouped in Dmitry Druzhinsky’s
MatchPoint NYC to increase sensitivity towards social issues and join in the Johnny Ray Memorial Pro Wall Ball Tournament. According to the co-founder, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. contended a friendly cross-town competition so as to integrate inner city and needy children in physical activity. Along with the enthusiastic play, the inspiring leaders highlighted the influence sports have for public health and the enablement of the youth.