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Koz talks with Carol Weyman

11/20/2012 11:00:00 AM



In 1953 at the age of 18, Maureen Connolly (known as "Little MO") accomplished a tour de force winning the 1st Grand Slam of tennis. A year later "Little MO" injured her leg in a horseback riding accident which tragically ended her tennis career. In 1968 after a long battle with cancer the tennis champion passed on. However through her Maureen Connolly Brinker Tennis Foundation, she has continued to be a major influence in the world of tennis .

Carol Weyman is the Executive Vice President of the Maureen Connolly Brinker Foundation and director of Little MO & Mini MO tournaments. Dave "Koz" Kozlowski caught up with Weyman with for a phone interview on the up-coming "Little Mo" International.  



Dave "Koz" Kozlowski is an award-winning tennis teaching professional and tennis commentator. Kozlowski is among the first 17 teaching pros to be awarded thae Master Pro Certification Level. He was named the USTA Broadcaster of the Year in 2000 and Pro of the Year three times – 1978 in Alabama, 1997 in Florida, and National Pro of the year in 2001.