Q&A With Men's Tennis Player Amit Inbar
March 9, 2009
Favorite memory on a tennis court
Winning my first futures final in Greece after being a set down. I came back to win it with a huge comeback against another Israeli guy.
Favorite non-tennis activity:
Basketball, soccer, jet-ski, Guitar Hero
What do you see yourself doing in 10 years?
Working in California for a business firm or working somewhere in connection to sports.
Describe your game in three words
Power, talent, aggressive.
What is your best shot?
Other than tennis not many people can beat me at...
Backgammon, Mario 2, Darts.
What is the one thing you could change about the sport of tennis?
I will change the scoring format. Instead of 15, 30, 40, etc. I would make it more simple like 1,2,3,4.
The thing you miss most about Israel is...
My family and friends, and of course my favorite Hummus.
Who has had the biggest impact on your tennis career?
My former coach Gilad Bloom who was top 100 player, and my mental trainer.
Favorite tennis drill:
Serve and volley.
Least favorite tennis drill
Forehand & Backhand side to side.
Best movie you've seen in the last year
Road trips with the team are fun because...
We all together in the car or the airplane and just having fun together, laughing, joke around, eating at restaurants. Just being together.
Tennis player you admired growing up
The score is 3-3. Which teammate do you want playing in the deciding singles match?
Favorite class at UCLA
If you could play another sport at UCLA what would it be?
Where is the most interesting place you have traveled?
If you could eat only one thing for the rest of your life what would it be?
If you could bring the team on a trip to Israel, where would you take them?
To Jerusalem to see some holy places and get inspiration and then to Tel-Aviv to party all day on the beach.