Private and Semi-Private lessons can be scheduled with one of Racquet Club’s tennis pros. If you have a pro you’d like to request, you can email them directly; otherwise, you can email Dean at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up private lessons.
Dean’s playing career includes 4 years of collegiate varsity tennis, 4 straight DIII NCAA tournament appearances, first team all-conference singles & doubles, and numerous other individual accolades. Dean is currently in his 6th year as a Head Tennis Professional with the Liberty Athletic Club where he trains many of Ann Arbor’s top junior competitive players. Dean is entering his 5th season as Concordia University Ann Arbor’s head men’s tennis coach and is excited to be bringing in several of the University players to join the Racquet Club staff. His goal is to foster a positive learning environment and develop players in the Racquet Club tennis program for years to come.
Kaylee just completed her fourth season as the head women’s tennis coach at Concordia University Ann Arbor. She was a 4 year varsity player at the University where she holds the school’s career doubles win record, was captain her junior and senior year, and earned the MVP award her senior year. Kaylee also serves as a part-time instructor at Liberty Athletic Club. In addition to coaching, Kaylee is an English Professor at Concordia, after having earned a Bachelors in Secondary Education and a Masters in English.
Adam is a graduate of Concordia University of Ann Arbor where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics. Adam played at the varsity level all 4 of his years at the University, primarily at the #1 doubles position. He is an avid runner who also enjoys spending his free time biking.
Ethan Szabados is a rising senior at Concordia University Ann Arbor, going for his degree in Accounting. Ethan plays varsity tennis for the University as well as being a dual sport athlete on the track team.
Alya has just completed her first year at the University of Michigan where she is studying Art & Design. Ayla’s family has been a part of the Racquet Club community for the last 12 years. She is a graduate of Huron High School where she played varsity tennis.