My favorite sports event/memory/moment is ... when I represented Mexico twice at the Junior Davis Cup and when I was part of the Mexican National Davis Cup team against Guatemala in 2010.
In 2011, Meza attended and played number #2 singles and #2 doubles for Clemson University. During his junior and senior year, Clemson tennis finished in the top 25 in the nation. Meza worked as a volunteer assistant tennis for Clemson University from 2013-2015. Coach Meza Graduated in 2014 with a Camp Sport Management degree and earned his Master’s degree in Sport Management in 2017. Meza helped coach the Tigers' doubles team of Hunter Harrington and Dominique Maden to the semifinals of the NCAA Doubles Championships along with a No. 5 ranking in the ITA's final national ranking.
Coach Meza previously worked as an Assistant Tennis Director at country clubs in the New York area. Additionally, he also worked in tennis academies in New York and Florida as a Tennis Instructor/Manager and as an intense hitting partner. Recognized as an intense player, Meza holds a strong Live ball hit partner background. Previously, in 2016 and 2017 at the U.S Open, Meza worked as a hitting partner with top 100 WTA players. Coach Meza also holds a ATPCA Advance International Professional status certificate which is the most experienced organization in Australia in providing on court coaching training.
Coaching Philosophy: My coaching philosophy stresses providing a positive, fun, intense tennis experience to all type of players with the importance of discipline, mental toughness, respect and sportsmanship