Brandon Christopher considers himself an Oregon boy at heart. He is currently based out of Las Vegas and continues to travel the world in pursuit of tennis, writing during his free time. The few things he finds more important than tennis and writing are God, friends, family, and inspiration.
“I’ve dedicated myself to the game, and it’s giving me so many wins in return.”
The “Wins” on and off the court, in and out of the pages, are what keeps tennis player and tennis coach Brandon Christopher AKA, author Brando Christo, steadily on his mission.
As he continues to coach and compete, Brandon is reaching out to not only junior tennis players, but also high school and middle school students to share an inspirational message about recognizing some of the less obvious “wins” in their lives, as well as how to gain more “wins.”
His newest book, “Dude, Where’s the Win?” is 20 different chapters about 20 different tennis players who experience 20 different wins. The stories are metaphors for all sorts of wins, and specifically they reveal the different paths available in the tennis industry.
- Winning at life
- The biggest lesson you have learned
- Sports and teaching lessons
- Not all professional sports are a glamorous life
- Anyone can play professional tennis, you just might not win a lot
- Sports and the Military