Courtney Schneider speaks with Assaf Drori, a native born Israeli and a professional tennis player who played internationally from the age of 12 until 25 when he retired from the tour due to injury. He played college tennis as well at the University of North Carolina in the US and has been living here in Melbourne for the last 15 years where he heads the All-Court Tennis Academy. He recently returned to Israel after the October 7th attacks to volunteer for the war effort and connect with loved ones. He speaks about his own background and recent experiences amid a country going through collective anguish.
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