Biscuit Review: Kabiru Ibrahim Tennis Raleigh North Carolina

Kabiru Ibrahim is a Master Tennis Coach in the Raleigh area.

This is a biscuit review of Kabiru Ibrahim who is a tennis coach working in the Raleigh area of North Carolina.  Kabiru has a specialization in developing juniors for tournament play.  This blogger has observed his players in action and can say that the players he trains often have extremely “clean” groundstrokes and usually his players are very “balanced” they rarely appear to be off-balance or court off-guard by how the ball is struck.

He successfully coached Erin Faulkner who went on to play at Michigan State.

Kabiru, in addition to his tennis training, will also do strength training with his players to develop their muscles and improve their ball-striking.

Kabiru Ibrahim was an accomplished player in his own career.  He had ATP Points playing for Nigeria (currently inactive but he still comes up on the ATP website which is pretty cool).  He also played #1 for Shaw University.

Kabiru is a mobile tennis center.  He can often be found coaching his players on public courts in the City of Raleigh.  This blogger has witnessed Kabiru hitting balls with his more advanced players and his ball-striking is still very impressive.  He is built sturdy and can really pound the ball when he wants to.  Many of his players are good at volleying as well; he appears to encourage them to play more of an all-court game.

This blogger recommends seeking out Kabiru if you are a strong player who needs to fine-tune his/her tennis game.  Kabiru is somewhat of a “groundstroke guru”  Also, if you are looking to have your son or daughter trained then he is an excellent coach if you are serious about tournament play as well as a potential college scholarship.

DJ ROBO BISCUIT gives Kabiru Ibrahim TWO Thumbs Up.

If you are looking to find Kabiru this blogger recommends contacting Millbrook Tennis Center at the Millbrook Exchange Park in order to get his contact information.

-DJ ROBO BISCUIT, September 2017, End of Post

NC points for tournaments Junior 2017

Level 5 Champion – 66 points

Level 4 Champion – 165 points

Level 3 Champion – 220 points

Level 1 Champion (State Closed, etc) – 660 points

 

Points for USTA junior tournaments in North Carolina

L5 is the entry level (novice) tournaments

(Photo is Jessie Aney UNC Tennis)

 

 

Junior Tournaments North Carolina 2017

March 4-5, March Indoor Junior at Barber Park L5 — Greensboro

March 11-12, Holly Springers Junior L5 — Holly Springs

March 18-19, 2017 Raleigh Junior L5 — Raleigh

April 1-2, 2017 RRC Spring Junior L5 — Raleigh

 

March 11-12 Ebony RC Jr. Spring Fling L4 — Raleigh

April 22-23 Chapel Hill Country Club Jr L4 Championship — Chapel Hill