Coach & Founder
Oliver has a passion for helping people improve their tennis games and have fun while doing it. He won the State Championships at Greenwich High School and went on to become the Captain of the Union College tennis team in Schenectady, NY, where he graduated with honors. Oliver has 15 years experience as a tennis professional having taught at Riverside Yacht Club, Innis Arden, Westport Tennis Club, Weston Racquet Club, and is the director of Clinton Parks and Recreation Tennis Programs. His theory is: “If players work hard and enjoy themselves on court, they will continue to improve.”
A native of Weston, CT, Evan was introduced to the game of tennis at the age of five. He competed in USTA Junior Tournaments throughout New England and played first singles for Weston High School. After high school, Evan attended Mitchell College in New London, CT where he continued to play first singles for their tennis team. Evan has 15 years of tennis teaching experience, having taught tennis at Four Seasons Racquet Club, Innis Arden, Roxbury Swim and Tennis Club, Greenwich Racquet Club, and Weston Racquet Club. His passion for the game is evident in his permanent smile.
Kenji is an experienced tennis professional who enjoys running tennis clinics as well teaching and hitting on court. He has been a Pro at both Woodway Country Club in Darien and Birchwood Country Club in Westport, was the Manager for the University of Wisconsin’s Men’s
Varsity Tennis NCAA Division team, and provided official tennis commentary for this years US Open. He has taught tennis to players at all levels, always brings a smile, and is looking forward to seeing you on court!
David grew up in Westport, CT and started playing tennis at the age of four at the Norwalk Health and Racquet Club, now Intensity. He was a member of the Staples tennis team before transferring to Saddlebrook Preparatory School, a tennis academy outside of Tampa, Florida. He attended Emory University and has a passion for teaching tennis, especially to rising tournament training juniors.