Johan Kriek

  • Former World #7
  • Two-time Grand Slam Singles Champion capturing the Australian Open in 1981 and 1982
  • Reached the Singles Semi-Finals of the U.S. Open and French Open; Quarter-Finals of Wimbledon
  • Four consecutive Masters appearances and reached the championship match of the WCT Finals 
  • Winner of fourteen ATP Singles titles and eight doubles titles
  • Winner of four Wimbledon Senior Doubles titles in a row (2003-2006);  U.S. Open Senior Doubles title (2004 and 2005)
  • Victories over Andre Agassi, Bjorn Borg, John McEnroe, Jimmy Connors, Michael Chang, Vitas Gerulaitis, Stefan Edberg, Pat Cash, Jimmy Arias, Aaron Krickstein, Yannick Noah, Roscoe Tanner and Guillermo Vilas


Luke Jensen


  • Winner of the 1993 French Open Men's Doubles title
  • Career high rank of #6 in the World in Doubles
  • One of the most entertaining personalities in tennis
  • Nicknamed Dual Hand Luke for his ability to serve 130 MPH with either hand
  • Winner of ten career titles
  • Mixed Doubles Finalist at both Australian Open and French Open; Semi-Finals at the U.S. Open
  • Leading television commentator for ESPN

Mikael Pernfors


  • One of the most entertaining players in the world to watch live 
  • Former #10 Player in the World
  • 1986 French Open Finalist, defeating Boris Becker and Stefan Edberg en route to the Championship Match
  • Three career ATP Titles defeating Andre Agassi in the L.A. final and Todd Martin to win Canadian Open
  • Career victories over Becker, Agassi, John McEnroe, Mats Wilander, Pete Sampras, Jim Courier, Thomas Muster,  Sergi Bruguera and Michael Stich
  • Two-Time NCAA Singles Champion for the University of Georgia
  • ATP Tour's Most Improved Player in 1986, and its Comeback Player of the Year award in 1993 

Mara Schmidt


  • Former Top 10 in Florida juniors
  • Played #1 Singles and Doubles at Purdue University
  • Helped Purdue win the Big Ten Championship for the first time in history
  • Ranked as high as #12 in Doubles and #100 in NCAA Singles
  • Just started playing professionally in January 2016 

Whitney Laiho-Biles


  • Made 3rd Round of the U.S. Open Women's Doubles with a win over Bethanie Mattek-Sands (Current #1 Doubles Player in the World), losing to Martina Navratilova and Arantxa Sanchez Vicario
  • Ranked #1 in US in 18's
  • NCAA Doubles Champion - University of Florida


David Siddons


  • Director of Tennis at Plantation Golf &Country Club
  • Battle of the Pros Champion - 2012
  • 2012 Boca Grande $4,500 Pro Exhibition Challenge Champion
  • 2011 Coach L Doubles Champion
  • Played for and was subsequently Head Coach of Appalachian State University