Brayden Schnur

Brayden Schnur

• Reached ATP singles ranking of No. 92⁣ in August of 2019
• Finalist ATP 250 in New York⁣
• Davis Cup 2019 finalist with team Canada ⁣
• NCAA National Indoor Champion
⁣ • 3x NCAA All-American at UNC

Thomaz Bellucci

Thomaz Bellucci

•2010 achieved his best ATP singles ranking of No. 21 in the world
•Top 100 for 10 years in a row
•Top 50 for 7 years in a row
•4 ATP titles and 8 finals
•ATP 1000 semi-finalist
•20 wins over top 10 players

Pat Cash

Pat Cash

• Wimbledon men’s singles Champion
• Davis Cup Champion
• 5x Grand Slam finalist
• Reached the highest ranking of no.4 in the singles and No. 6 in the doubles
• Tennis Coach
• Charity Campaigner
• Rock Fan
• Father and Grandfather

Brad Stine

Brad Stine

• American tennis coach from California
• Best known as coaching former American ATP No. 1 player, Jim Courier
• Head tennis coach at Fresno State University at the age of 26
• Also coached Andrei Medvedev, Mardy Fish, Taylor Dent, Sébastien Grosjean

Aaron Krickstein

Aaron Krickstein

•Achieved World ranking of No. 6 in 1990
•Nicknamed "Marathon Man"
• Singles semi-finalist at the Australian Open in 1995
• Singles Semifinalist at the US Open in 1989
• Won 9 ATP singles titles
• 10 match wins after trailing 0–2 in sets

Jan-Michael Gambill

Jan-Michael Gambill

•Achieved a career-high ranking of World No. 14
•Best known for his unique double-handed forehand
•Won 3 ATP sigles titles Wimbledon 2000 reached the quarterfinals
• Miami Open 2001 finalist

Gage Brymer

Gage Brymer

• Achieved his highest ATP singles ranking of No. 444
• Playing for UCLA, Gage reached the ITA singles rankings No. 10
• No. 1 in the nation in the USTA’s Boys’ 18's rankings

Christian Langmo

Christian Langmo

• Highest ATP singles ranking of No. 563
• Playing for University of Miami won the NCAA Doubles Championship
• As a junior ranked as high as No. 13 in the US and No. 2 in Florida

Lewis Burton

Lewis Burton

• Lewis achieved his highest singles ATP ranking of No. 626
• Highest doubles ATP ranking of No. 218
• Juniors Doubles finalist at Wimbledon
• Model

Rodrigo Mariz

Rodrigo Mariz

• Played for Illinois State University NCAA D1, where he finished playing #2 singles and #1 doubles
• Official hitting partner for the US Open, Miami Open, Indian Wells, & Connecticut Open
• Practiced with Roger Federer, Stan Wawrinka, Novak Djokovic, Marin Cilic, Daniil Medvedev, Grigor Dimitrov, Gael Monfils, Nick Kyrgios, Pablo Carreno Busta
* Brazilian National Champion U16's and ranked top 5

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