April 14, 2024

Clint Sumrow

Assistant Director and Tennis Professional

Clint was born and raised in Texas. He was captain of his tennis team at Plano Senior High and was one of the top-ranked juniors in Texas. After high school, he attended the University of Texas at Austin and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics.

Upon graduation from UT, Clint was hired as Director at the Four Seasons Tennis & Health Club in Sherman, TX, where he worked from 2006-2007 and increased membership and revenue by more than 60%. He spent 2007 to 2011 as a Sales Representative for Prince Sports Group and was the District Sales Manager for HEAD Penn Racquet Sports from 2012 to 2022 where he increased sales by more than 80%. He is now the Assistant Director at High Point.

Clint is a Volunteer Chair for the Red Balloon Children Helping Children Tennis Tournament, High Point’s signature charity. As Chair, he oversees event logistics. Tournament players and their families raise money to support the Children’s Health Pauline Allen Gill Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. Started in 1990, the tournament has raised over $3 million dollars. He received the USPTA Lessons for Life™ Award, Texas division, in 2018 and 2019 and, in 2020, won their national award for his involvement with the tournament.

In December 2023, the Dallas Tennis Association awarded Clint their Pro Volunteer Award. This award is exclusively reserved for those working within the tennis industry who demonstrate exceptional dedication, generosity, and commitment to supporting fundraising events, leagues, Junior Team Tennis, and tournaments of Dallas Tennis.

Clint is also involved in many area committees including:

  • Adult League Committee for the Dallas Tennis Association
  • Smashing Childhood Cancer charity tennis event which benefits TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation
  • Board of Directors for Wipe Out Kids’ Cancer

Clint is an active tennis player with a 5.0 NTRP Rating, a USPTA Elite Tennis Professional, and a USPTA Certified Pickleball Professional. He has a seven-year-old son named Grayson Wyatt.

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