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Albertsons Big Deal Of The Week: Yashar Aghazadeh Habashi (Century)
From a young age, nothing was going to stop Aghazadeh Habashi from dominating on the court
Published: 6/23/2020 4:00:42 PM

Name: Yashar Aghazadeh Habashi 
School: Century
Grade: Senior 
Sport: Tennis 

How did you first get interested in your  sport? 

When I was 10, my father took me to a college tennis match and I was mesmerized by how the players put so much pace on the ball with such little effort. Hearing the “pop” sound from hitting the sweet spot every time was also incredibly satisfying. 

If you play other sports, which is your favorite, and why? 

When I don’t play tennis, I’m out with my friends on the basketball court. I really believe there is a need for balance, and basketball is the perfect yin to the yang of tennis. 

What’s the most valuable lesson you’ve learned from high school sports? 

I’ve learned that hard work and skill don’t mean anything unless you have the right attitude. It’s having the mindset of determination and positivity coupled with hours on hours of practice that creates a winner. 

What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?
“What you could have done in the past doesn’t matter anymore. What matters is what you can do right now and in the future.” This is what my father says to me whenever I am feeling down about school, tennis, girls or something else. 

What has been your favorite high school memory so far? 

My favorite high school memory has got to be chilling with the boys late at night in our hotel room at the state tournament. I think that night was the most I have ever laughed. It was a great way to relax before the next day’s crucial matches. 

What coaches or teachers have made the biggest impact on your athletic career?

I owe so much to Coach Kane and Coach Call. Coach Kane put up the nets and stayed after school three times a week to help me with my game. Coach Call woke up at 5:30 a.m. three times a week to go hit with me in the mornings before school. It’s their efforts that have fueled my passion and improvement. 

Which teammates have you really connected with during high school?

Teammates I have grown close to during high school are Aidan Horrocks and Hunter Ordyna. I don’t see these guys around school much because of different classes, so tennis practice is where we link up. Aidan and Hunter bring out the best in me because they care about the sport but they also really know how to have a fun time. 

Is there anyone in your family who has helped you get to where you are today? 

My dad has always been there by my side. He and I go practice whenever we have the chance, and he gives me tips for the physical and, more importantly, the mental aspect of the game. His advice stretches beyond athletics and prepares me for life after high school. 

What's something most people don't know about you?

In a match, I can look irritated because I am focused. But once I am off the court, I am a really kind and goofy guy. 

What would you like to see to all the other Idaho athletes who had their season cut short? 

I hope there are so many tournaments and camps that all athletes can take part in this summer. All the hard work and preparation during the offseason should have a chance to be shown off! 


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