Debbie Graham Shaffer is a former top #30 in the world singles on the WTA Tour and top #10 in the world in doubles. She was awarded the WTA award for the “Most Impressive Newcomer” in 1992. As a touring pro Debbie played Fed Cup for the USA three times and was undefeated in Fed Cup play. Debbie was a semifinalist at Wimbledon, the Australian Open, and the US Open. Before becoming pro, Debbie was the NCAA singles Champion at Stanford. Debbie played on three NCAA winning teams and then left school to play professional tennis. Debbie graduated from Stanford in three years in order to play professional tennis. For 8 years Debbie was one of the “National High Performance Coaches” for women with the USTA at the USTA Training Center in Carson, CA. Debbie Currently works with top pros, juniors, and collegiate players. Two of Debbie’s players have made it to Grand Slams including the US Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and Australian Open. Currently she is the Director of Little Aces Tennis, where she is teaching young kids to play tennis with low compression balls, smaller rackets, and smaller nets.