• Adam Molda, Spark Fitness, Andover MA
  • Adam Molda, Spark Fitness, Andover MA
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Jessica Molda | Tennis/Operations

I first stepped foot onto the tennis court when I was 7 years old, and I fell in love with the sport. Tennis has been a part of my life ever since that day. I played all through high school and college (Wheaton College, MA) and beyond school as well.

I have been very fortunate to have some excellent coaches along the way to help influence me not only as a tennis player, but also as a person. My first coach helped me fall in love with tennis and see all the beauty in the game. My College coach became my mentor and taught some important life lessons along the way.

I hold my USPTA certification and am a graduate of the USTA High Performance Training program. For the past 19 years, I have taught at Cedardale Health and Fitness. Prior to that, I coached at Bass River Tennis Club, Ipswich Country Club, and The Tennis Hall of Fame.

Coaching Philosophy:

They say tennis is a sport of lifetime – it’s true. My first coach is currently 95 years old, and still playing! When I coach someone, I keep that in mind. Meaning, I want you playing all of your days. To do that, you need good technique to help prevent any injuries along the way. I love breaking down things on the court, so it is easier for the student to understand. And above all, it has to be fun. I want you leaving the court smiling.

I am so lucky in that I get to to do something I love every day as my job! Life is good.

Getting to know Jessica Molda


My husband Adam, my sons Alex and Aaron, and our dog Abby.

Wheaton College, MA – tennis, swimming

Chocolate anything.

I think I would just like to be Wonder Woman.

Go someplace by myself and read a good book. Big fan of power naps too.

A beach in Hawaii. I have always wanted to go and have never been. I would just watch the waves.

Nancy Grimes. She is the best tennis professional I have ever known and one of the best people I have ever met. Always an inspiration.

“There is no tomorrow. There is no yesterday. There is not even today. Just this very moment.” Cannot remember who said it; remember it from a college class; the professor had it on the board all year.

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