Albert Cyprys Joins Tennis Club

Currently attending Fairfield University, Albert Cyprys joined the tennis club in an effort to sharpen his competitive edge and stay active.

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When Albert Cyprys first left home to attend Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut, he had no plans to join the prestigious tennis club. However, that all changed once he arrived at Fairfield University. Albert Cyprys realized that if he wanted to stay competitive while attending Fairfield University, he was going to have to join some clubs at school. Intramural soccer, accounting club, the Beta Alpha Psi club and other clubs that Fairfield University offered to its students were not enough.

Albert Cyprys enjoyed the one-on-one, and two-on-two, competitiveness that came with the ever-popular sport of tennis. Tennis is a worldwide sport; it is played in nearly every country. Tennis can be played with a racket, a tennis ball, a net and two people. It is a very easy sport to jump into, but a very difficult sport to master, as Albert Cyprys learned. However, Albert enjoys working hard to succeed in athletics; something he learned in his many years spent playing soccer.

Albert Cyprys is a hardworking, self-motivated person; he used these traits to improve his skills and endurance when he practices tennis. Many people gain skills through learning a new sport, since it requires a lot of time, energy, and humility to work at something you are no yet very good at. After hours of practice, you will improve, but you have to put in the hours first. Trying to play tennis without a competitive edge will most likely result in a poor tennis performance.

Albert Cyprys has always been very active and always enjoyed sports; this means that he was never out of shape. Albert didn’t struggle to get in peak physical condition in order to play tennis at the highest level. He enjoys staying active and fit, and also being competitive in general; many people play sports because they are naturally competitive.

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