When he first picked up a raquet, Stephen Hardy didn’t envision himself as the next Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal.
While he enjoyed the game of tennis, it wasn’t something he initially took seriously until a couple of years ago. It was when he began taking private lessons under Adrian Games that Hardy started to see his game, and potential, flourish.
Now, a freshman on the Evergreen boys tennis team (coached by Games), Hardy occupies the No. 3 singles slot and is more than holding his own against the competition.
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