Jimmy Arias 


  • Former World #5
  • Former U.S Open Semi-Finalist
  • Former French Open Mixed Doubles Champion
  • 1984 Olympic Bronze Medal
  • Captured five ATP singles titles
  • Former Italian Open Champion
  • Career victories over Andre Agassi, John McEnroe, Boris Becker and former Wimbledon Champion Pat Cash
  • 1983 ATP Most Improved Award
  • Leading television commentator for ESPN and Tennis Channel


Robert Kendrick


  • Amazing player to watch live - known for his serve and punishing forehand
  • Epic 2006 Center Court Wimbledon match against Rafael Nadal losing 6-7, 3-6, 7-6, 7-5, 6-4; Robert was two points from victory and the only other player to take sets off of Rafa that Wimbledon other the Federer
  • Pushed Andy Murray to four sets at Wimbledon (2009) and the U.S. Open (2006)
  • Novak Djokovic to three sets at Queens Club (2007) 
  • Career victories over Milos Raonic, James Blake, John Isner, Robin Soderling, Robby Ginepri, Kevin Anderson, Justin Gimelstob, Donald Young,  Marcos Baghdatis and Taylor Dent
  • Former All American for Pepperdine University and University of Washington
  • Played 5 years for Billie Jean King's New York Sportimes World TeamTennis franchise, partnering John McEnroe and Martina Hingis; captured the WTT title for New York in 2005
  • Participant in Elton John's Smash Hits charitable fundraiser with Andy Roddick, John Isner and Venus Williams
  • Winner of ten ITF Challenger Singles titles

Ashley Fisher


  • U.S. Open Men's Doubles Semi-Finalist - 2006
  • Finalist of the Miami Open Men's Doubles, defeating the Bryan Brothers in the Semi-Finals
  • Quarter-Finalist at Wimbledon (2004) and Australian Open (2006)
  • Career Doubles victories over the Bryan Brothers, Stan Wawrinka, Sam Querrey, James Blake, Andy Roddick, John Isner, Jack Sock, David Ferrer, Leander Paes, Carlos Moya, Robby Ginepri, Jan-Michael Gambill, Rick Leach and Jensen Brothers
  • Winner of 4 ATP Tour Doubles Titles - Tokyo, Beijing, Netherlands and Indianapolis
  • Current Head Coach of the nationally ranked University of South Florida Men's Tennis Team 


Jesse Witten


  • Made the third round of the 2009 U.S. Open where he pushed Novak Djokovic to the brink 6-7, 6-3, 7-6, 6-4
  • Former 5 time (4 Singles, 1 Doubles) NCAA All American for University of Kentucky
  • Career victories over Grigor Dimitrov, Jan-Michael Gambill, Donald Young and Taylor Dent
  • Made the Singles Finals of the 2002 NCAA Championships
  • Played multiple seasons for the New York Sportimes, Billie Jean King's World TeamTennis franchise, and partnered John McEnroe and Robert Kendrick 
  • Winner of multiple Pro Circuit events

Whitney Laiho-Biles


  • Made 3rd Round of the U.S. Open Women's Doubles with a win over Bethanie Mattek-Sands (Recent #1 Doubles Player in the World), losing to Martina Navratilova and Arantxa Sanchez Vicario
  • ITA Collegiate Singles High Ranking of #3 in the USA - University of Florida
  • Five-time All American (3x singles and 2x doubles)
  • Ranked #1 in US in 18's
  • 2001 NCAA Doubles Champion - University of Florida
  • Three time SEC Academic Honor Roll Member


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