Jay Berger Named Director of Athletics at The Club at Ibis

Dan Hauser
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On Monday, The Club at Ibis in West Palm Beach announced that former tennis great Jay Berger will be the club's new Director of Athletics. 

Berger has had quite the resume over his professional career. In addition to being a top-10 player in the world during his time playing on the pro tennis tour, he has also served as the coach of the Davis Cup team and the U.S. Olympic team. Most recently, Berger served as the U.S. Tennis Association Player Development's head of men's tennis. He is also the father of PGA Tour pro and Jupiter resident Daniel Berger.

“I could not be happier with the decision I made to come here, and the decision Ibis made to bring me here,” Berger said. “I truly enjoy working with our members as much as I did working with all the pros I worked with.”

In his new role, Berger will oversee tennis, fitness, and pickleball operations for the club. The Club at Ibis boasts a state-of-the-art Sports Village that includes a fitness center, multiple pools, a 4,500 square foot spa, a 16 cour Tennis Center, and 54 holes of Nickalus designed championship golf. 

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