Did you know that Tennis has an even more elite story than the finest opera or art exhibit? In fact, many consider it the entertainment of kings. In the first few centuries in which it was played, the ball was struck with the palm of the hand and was called, aptly, Jeu De Paume, or “Game Of The Palm.” It wasn’t until the 16th Century that rackets came into use. Henry VIII of England was a big fan of the game that was then referred to as “royal tennis.” Many original courts remain, including Oxford, Cambridge, Hampton Court and Falkland Palace in Fife, where Mary Queen of Scots regularly played. It wasn’t until centuries later, in 1926 when Charles Pyle introduced the Professional tour, which began attracting the best tennis players around the world that the sport gained worldwide attention.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we introduce you to a few of Miami’s most dynamic Latino leaders who are breaking the mold and making the city thrive
We sat down with Henrik Cronqvist, Vice Dean of Lifelong Learning & Executive Education at Miami Herbert Business School, to get his thoughts on why Miami is the city everyone is moving to for tech jobs, to start their own business, get funding and develop the companies of tomorrow.