So one may wonder where the NCAA’s 2010 Most Outstanding Player perfects his game?
Two words, Sport Court.
Singer explained the Singler Sport Court. A place where he has mastered his craft since the age of 10, sharing many memories with friends and family:
“The Sports Court is a famous thing in our household. A Sports Court has a basketball court, and it has a net with it that you can attach to a pole. We have a light at night that we can turn on [as well].”
“The net turns it into a tennis court and then if you want to raise it you can turn it into a volleyball court. It is a really cool thing. We play a whole bunch of sports on it. Basketball is obviously a sport that we did, but the other popular one was a thing we call Sports Court tennis. It’s just like tennis, but you play with a softer ball. You can hit it hard, and it won’t go a long way because it’s not a regular court.”
Check out the video below of Singler playing on the famous Singler Sport Court during the off-season against his Dad and cousin Griffin.