SPORTIME RANDALL'S ISLAND is the largest and finest tennis facility to open in NYC in the past 30 years! Opened in 2009, our award-winning, $19 million facility immediately became New York City's premier tennis destination and is the Manhattan home of the John McEnroe Tennis Academy.
The club features:
160,000 square feet of tennis courts and support facilities
20 courts: 10 Deco-Turf hard tennis courts and 10 Har-Tru clay tennis courts
5 indoor hard courts, year round
5 hard courts and 10 clay courts are housed in three state-of-the-art air structures during the indoor season and are available for outdoor play during the outdoor season
5 hard and 10 Har-Tru courts will be lighted for outdoor evening play
Training and Fitness center
Comfortable lounge areas with excellent viewing
Spacious, adult-only locker rooms, including steam rooms
Junior locker rooms
Pro shop featuring top brands and 24-hour stringing
Cafe/bar serving healthy food, snacks and beverages
Classrooms, meeting and special event facilities
CALL TO FIND OUT MORE>> Please contact us at 212-427-6150 or email email@example.com. We are happy to answer any questions about our facility, programs and services.
SPORTIME VBC provides expert private instruction for boys and
girls who are interested in receiving special one on one attention. Our
coaches evaluate the player's level and discuss what areas of the
game he or she would like to focus on. He or she then creates an
individualized lesson plan to address those goals. Private Instruction
is an excellent way to focus on specific skills, gain valuable feedback
and receive a high number of skill repetitions.
For private lesson fees or to schedule a private training session with one of our coaches, please contact Jose Brito at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 516-731-4432.
JMTA Tournament Team
JMTA coaches attend certain USTA and ITF tournaments to support JMTA juniors. Individual coaching at tournaments is available to JMTA students for an additional cost. Challenge matches, invitational training camps and other special trips are offered throughout the year.
If you are interested in participating or in learning more about the JMTA Travel Team, please contact Jay Karl at email@example.com or by calling 212-427-6150.
Hours & Directions
SPORTIME at Randall's Island is open every day, 6:30 am to 11:00 pm, year round, except on the following special days:
On holidays, our hours of operation are:
Labor Day: 6:30am - 11:00pm
Thanksgiving Day: 6:30am - 3:00pm
Christmas Eve: 6:30am - 4:00pm
Christmas Day: 8:00am - 4:00pm
New Year's Eve: 6:30am - 4:00pm
New Year's Day: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Easter Sunday: 6:30am - 11:00pm
Memorial Day: 8:00am - 8:00pm
Independence Day: 6:30am - 7:00pm
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There are currently no active member benefits for September.
On June 30, 2009, SPORTIME unveiled the largest and finest tennis facility to open in NYC in the past 30 years! Our $19 million facility, now open to the public, has immediately become New York City's premier tennis destination.
The new SPORTIME Randall's Island features 160,000 square feet of tennis courts and support facilities, including a total of 20 courts: 10 Deco-Turf hard tennis courts and 10 Har-Tru clay tennis courts. A stunning building designed by award winning architects, houses 5 hard courts, year round, as well as a beautiful clubhouse. The other 5 hard courts and the 10 clay tennis courts are housed in three state-of-the-art air structures during the indoor season, and are available for outdoor play during the outdoor season. 5 hard and 5 Har-Tru courts will be lighted for outdoor evening play. 20,000 square feet of 5-star support facilities, and amenities, include:
Training and Fitness center
Comfortable lounge areas with excellent viewing
Spacious, adult-only locker rooms, including steam, sauna and treatment areas
Pro shop featuring top brands and 24-hour stringing
Cafe/bar serving healthy food, snacks and beverages
Classrooms, meeting and special event facilities
Shuttle Service to and from the club. Call 212/427-6150 for times and costs.
John McEnroe Founder and Director, JMTA
McEnroe is one of the greatest tennis players of all time. He held the #1 world ranking in singles for
170 weeks between 1980 and 1985 and was the #1 doubles player in the world for
a record 257 weeks. He is the winner of
7 Grand Slam singles titles, including 4 US Open titles and 3 Wimbledon
titles. He is also widely considered to
be the greatest doubles player ever, having won 10 Grand Slam doubles titles. He is the greatest Davis Cup player in history,
and he also captained the US Davis Cup Team. He is an Emmy-nominated commentator for CBS,
NBC, BBC, ESPN and USA. John grew up in
New York City, where he graduated from the Trinity School. He attended Stanford University, winning an
NCAA team and singles title his freshman year. He continues to live in New York City, where
he has raised his 6 children. John partnered
with Sportime to open the John McEnroe Tennis Academy in September 2010.
Bennett Schlansky Vice-President and Chief Legal Officer, SPORTIME Clubs, LLC. Managing Director, SPORTIME RI and JMTA
Ben currently serves as Sportime's Vice-President and Chief Legal Officer, and as the Managing Director of Sportime Randall's Island and the John McEnroe Tennis Academy. Ben was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, where he first started playing tennis. He is a graduate of the Brooklyn Friends school and of Vassar College, where he received his BA in 1992, and where he played four years of college tennis and was team captain his senior year. Ben received his JD from Fordham University School of Law in 1999, where he was an editor of the Fordham International Law Journal. He became a member of the NYS and Washington DC Bars in 2000. During the summers of 1989 through 1992, Ben was a tennis director and coach at the Amagansett EastSide Tennis Club in Amagansett, NY (now Sportime Amagansett), the first club owned and operated by Sportime founder and Chief Executive Officer, Claude Okin. Between college and law school, Ben spent four years as an advocate and federal lobbyist for the Eastern Paralyzed Veteran Association. After law school, he was an associate at Seward & Kissell, LLP, before rejoining the Sportime team in 2001.
Michael Ward General Manager, SPORTIME RI and JMTA
Michael, raised in Jackson Mississippi, graduated from Mississippi College in 2007 where, as member of the tennis team, he received the Conference Sportsmanship Award, was named a National ITA Scholar Athlete, and was an All-Conference and First Team pick. After graduating, he remained at Mississippi College as the Assistant Coach of the men’s tennis team, while earning his MBA. Michael spent five years in financial services and banking before returning to tennis in 2014 as the Tennis Director of the Anguilla Tennis Academy, a non-profit tennis initiative in the British West Indies. Michael has extensive experience as a coach and in tennis management in a wide variety of settings, from academies to five-star resorts. Michael joined Sportime and JMTA in 2016.
Lawrence Kleger Co-Director of Tennis, JMTA and SPORTIME RI
Lawrence, a native New Yorker, is recognized as one of the
top developmental coaches in the USA. He was named the USTA/Eastern Section
Tennis Professional of the Year in 2013 and the USTA/Long Island Region Tennis
Professional of the Year in 2006. Lawrence has trained more ranked juniors than
anyone in the history of the USTA/Eastern Section. His students have won
numerous USTA National Junior Championships, won more than 20 USTA Eastern
Year-End Sportsmanship Awards, and have received countless full tennis
scholarships to play at Top Division I colleges and universities. Lawrence was
also the personal coach of Noah Rubin, who was his student at SPORTIME and JMTA
from the age of 7 until he launched his professional tennis career in the
summer of 2015. Noah has achieved an ATP ranking as high as 161 and, under
Lawrence's guidance, Noah won countless tournaments as a junior, including the
2014 Boys' Wimbledon Championship and the 2014 USTA National Championship in
singles and doubles. Lawrence joined SPORTIME in 1998 and became the Director
of Tennis for JMTA in 2012.
Patrick McEnroe Co-Director of Tennis, JMTA and SPORTIME RI
Patrick grew up in Douglaston, NY and trained in the New York area. As a junior, he reached the semifinals of Wimbledon and the US Open boys' singles in 1983. Patrick then partnered Luke Jensen to win the French Junior doubles and the USTA Boys' 18 National and Clay Court titles in 1984. He made his first impact on the professional tour that same year, teaming up with brother John to win the doubles title at Richmond, Virginia. Patrick won the Men's Doubles Gold medal at the 1987 Pan American Games with Jensen, and helped Stanford University, as team captain, win the NCAA team championship in 1986 and 1988. He graduated from Stanford in 1988 with a degree in political science, and then joined the professional tennis tour. On the tour, Patrick won one singles title and 16 doubles titles, including the 1989 French Open Men's Doubles title, during his 10‐year professional career, and achieved career‐high rankings of World No. 28 in singles and World No. 3 in doubles. After retiring from the tour in 1998, Patrick had a successful run as U.S. Davis Cup captain, the longest tenured captain in U.S. history, winning the cup in 2007. After leaving his Davis Cup role in 2010, McEnroe focused on his television commentary work, and also served as the General Manager of Player Development for the USTA until mid-2015. Patrick joined Sportime and JMTA in 2017.
Richard-John Mensing - CSCS, NASM-PET Director of Performance and Junior Athletic Development, JMTA and SPORTIME RI
Richard hails from Richmond, Virginia and
comes to Sportime with over 20 years of professional experience as an athlete,
coach trainer and athletic educator, working in numerous sports with athletes of all ages and levels. A graduate of the University of Maryland,
College Park, Richard spent six years as a
writer/producer for the CBS Television Network before moving to
Barcelona to train and compete on the European triathlon circuit. In Spain, he received
a Certificat D’Eesport i D’atletisme iNutricio at Universal Atlético Institut. He has over 20 years of professional experience both as an athlete and coach (ATP, WTA, Junior Olympics, etc.), coaching the likes of Victoria Azarenka, Sergei Bubka, Greg Louganis, Reggie and Cheryl Miller and JMTA's Noah Rubin. Richard joined Sportime and JMTA in 2014, and became Director of Performance and Junior Athletic Development in September of 2015.
Domagoj Lausic, PhD Director of Mental Performance and Toughness, JMTA
Dom, a native of Zagreb,
Croatia, earned his Ph.D. in Sports Psychology from Florida State University. Dom’s tennis background includes experience as
a PTR National Tester, clinician and symposium speaker. Dom has twenty years of tennis teaching/coaching
experience, is USPTA Level P1 certified and has completed all USTA science
testing levels. After playing college
tennis, and completing his degree work, Dom worked with many professional and
collegiate level athletes at several clubs and academies. In 2011, he co-founded Hourglass Performance
Institute® (HPI), where he serves as the director of tennis and competitive
shooting. Dom’s work has been published
in scientific and coaching publications and presented at national and
international conferences. Dom and HPI joined Sportime and JMTA in 2014.
Jeff Morys Director of U10 Tennis and Co-Director of Adult Programming, SPORTIME RI
Jeff, a native of Germany, was a highly ranked junior, competing
in ITF events and also playing professional tennis until 2005, when he moved to
the States to play on Division I Northern Arizona University’s team. Jeff
captained his NAU team during his senior year, played No. 1 singles and
doubles, and graduated in 2009 with a degree in Business Management and
Entrepreneurship. He then served as assistant coach for both the men’s and
women’s NAU squads before moving to NY and joining the Sportime Harbor Island
coaching staff. Jeff joined Sportime in 2009, has held various Director
positions across the Company, and became a member of the Sportime Randall’s Island and JMTA
teams in 2017.
Perry Aitchison Associate Director, JMTA and SPORTIME RI
Perry, originally from Australia, attended Syracuse University where he majored in Architecture. He has coached thousands of players, from the developmental level through top national, collegiate and professional levels. Perry has extensive experience as an analyst and planner for USTA junior competitive systems and is a graduate of USTA High Performance Coaching. Perry is certified in IYCA Speed and Agility training mechanisms and is Sportime’s lead expert in Dartfish technology. Perry has served as a Director of Tennis and as a Tournament Director during his tenure at SPORTIME. Perry joined Sportime and JMTA in 2012.
Mark Bowtell Associate Director, JMTA and SPORTIME RI
hails from Dublin, Ireland where he trained at the National Tennis Academy from
the age of 12. As a junior, Mark was
nationally ranked in the top two in every age division. He won and was a finalist in several ITF
junior events and earned an ATP ranking in 2010. Mark played Division I collegiate tennis for
Louisiana State University, graduating in December 2012 with a Bachelor of
Science degree in Sports Administration. In the spring of 2012, while injured, Mark was
a Student Volunteer Assistant Coach for the Tigers, before finishing his LSU
career as a player and member of the 2012-13 squad. Mark joined SPORTIME Randall’s Island and JMTA
Brian Helm Associate Director, JMTA and SPORTIME RI
Brian was born and raised in the Washington DC area, where he played competitively as a junior. After being sidelined by a serious car accident, he moved down to Florida, at age 18, to rehab, train and play Futures tournaments. At age 20, Brian decided to focus his efforts on coaching. He spent 10 years doing so in Florida and in the Boston area, and the last 10 years doing so in the NYC area, coaching players of all ages and levels, from world-class to recreational. Brian joined Sportime and the JMTA in 2017.
Andy Wegman - MS, ATC Associate Director, JMTA and SPORTIME RI
Andy, a native of Western NY, received his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science and his Master’s Degree in Athletic Training from the University at Buffalo. He is a licensed NYS Certified Athletic Trainer. Prior to joining Sportime and JMTA full time, Andy worked with Body Space Fitness in NYC specializing in performance and rehabilitation training. He also volunteers his time working with the USA Wrestling Team and has worked USA Track & Field Olympic Trials and Championships Meets in Eugene, Oregon. Andy joined Sportime and JMTA in 2015, becoming Associate Director of our Performance Team in 2017.
Ted Dimond Senior Assistant Director, JMTA and SPORTIME RI
grew up playing tennis in California and has had a long and distinguished
career as a ranked player, instructor, tennis club director and coach. Ted played #1 for Foothill College, where he
earned a degree in Art History, before competing on the satellite circuit in
Europe and earning a premiere series ranking in France. Ted spent 10 years
playing and teaching in France and is certified by the French Tennis Federation. Also, while in France, Ted earned a degree in
Fine Arts from the National School of Fine Arts in Paris. He has been the director of tennis at numerous
tennis facilities, including SPORTIME Randall’s Island and SPORTIME Amagansett,
and in 1998 he earned the award for top tennis professional in Westchester
County. Ted came to SPORTIME in 2004.
Kiril Tcherveniachki Senior Assistant Director, JMTA and SPORTIME RI
Kiril, originally from Auckland, New Zealand, achieved career high junior rankings of #2 nationally and #46 in the world in Boys 18s. He attended the University of Tennessee on a full scholarship, and set the record for most wins as a freshman with 17 in his first semester. Kiril was an Academic All-American and graduated with B.A. in Journalism and Communication. He has over ten years of coaching experience and joined Sportime and JMTA in 2016.
Igdalias Mendez - M.S CSCS, PES, USAW-L1 Assistant Director of Performance, JMTA and SPORTIME RI
Igda, a native of Puerto Rico, attended Long Island University where he was a member of the Division I track and field team specializing in middle distance events such as the 800m. Upon graduation, he completed a Master’s Degree in Health Sciences with a concentration in Strength & Conditioning at the LIU, Brooklyn Campus. At LIU, he worked with a variety of Division I sports teams, including tennis, baseball and basketball. He served as the women’s tennis strength and conditioning coach for seven seasons, helping them win two conference titles and achieve two NCAA tournament bids during that time. He has worked in the private sector with youth and adult athletes in a wide range of sports and is currently an adjunct professor at LIU in the Department of Sport Sciences. Igda joined Sportime and JMTA in 2015.
Emily Ward Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) & Performance Coach, JMTA and SPORTIME RI
Emily, who grew up in Mississippi, earned her degree in Exercise Science of Kinesiology from Mississippi College, where she was Captain and MVP during four years of college tennis. Emily subsequently received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Mississippi Medical Center. She has experience working in a level one trauma center in an outpatient setting, treating primarily ortho-trauma cases and sports related injuries. She has also worked internationally in the British West Indies, where she implemented injury prevention and training programs for athletes, worked with local clients, and volunteered with several non-profit foundations, including the Anguilla National Tennis Academy, which was directed by her husband, and now RI/JMTA Co-GM, Michael Ward. Emily joined Sportime and JMTA in 2016.
Dan Cochrane Assistant Director, JMTA and SPORTIME RI
Dan Cochrane, a native of Lower Froyle, England, was top 10 in Britain as a junior, reaching the national doubles finals twice and winning 6 ITF junior titles. Dan graduated from Auburn University with SEC Academic Honors, a 4.0 G.P.A and a degree in Finance. He was ranked #1 in the country in NCAA division 1 doubles in 2013, winning the All-American Championships, reaching the semi-finals in the National Indoor Championships, reaching the quarter-finals of the NCAA championships and earning All-American honors. Captaining Auburn’s team in 2014, Dan finished the year ranked #61 in NCAA singles, played in the NCAA individual championships, and was named the ITA Most Improved Senior in 2014 for the Southern Region. Dan represented Great Britain twice in the World University Games in 2011 and 2013. Dan joined Sportime/JMTA in 2014.
Jason Shkodnik Assistant Director and Co-Director of Adult Programming, JMTA and SPORTIME RI
Jason, originally from Brooklyn, New York, grew up in Florida where he was ranked in the top 10 state-wide, and in the top 100 nationally in boys’ 18s. Jason attended the University of Buffalo, where he was captain of the men’s tennis squad for 3 years, also receiving the Arthur Ashe Leadership Award in his senior year. He graduated from UB in 2013 with a degree in health and human services, and communications. As the Assistant Coach of the UB men’s squad, Jason helped his team win the MAC Conference Championship and qualify for the NCAA championship tournament for the first time in school history. Jason joined Sportime and JMTA in 2011, summers only through 2015, and full-time as of 2016.
Dijana Stojic Assistant Director, U10 Programs, SPORTIME RI
Dijana is a native of Bosnia-Herzegovina where she was a
member of the Fed Cup team from 2003-2008. During her professional career she
also reached a career high WTA ranking of 363 in singles and 567 in doubles. After retiring, she traveled to the United
States to attend the University of South Carolina where she was one of the top
Division I tennis players in the country. Dijana reached the Elite Eight at the NCAA
women’s tennis tournament in 2008 and was an All-SEC player in each of her four
years of college. She ended her stellar
college career ranked #8 all time in career SEC singles wins. Dijana graduated in 2012 with a double major
in business marketing and management, and a minor in hotel management. She joined Sportime and JMTA in 2014.
Matt Trumino Senior Tennis Coach and On-Site Tournament Director
born and raised in NYC, was a ranked junior player in the USTA Eastern Section
and played on three NYC championship teams for Benjamin Cardozo High School. A product of the NYJTL and REEBOK scholarship
programs, Matt was the inaugural recipient of the Brian Watkins Scholarship,
awarded by the Mayor of New York to the hardest working player on a city
championship team. While attending SUNY
Albany and playing for its tennis team, Matt earned a BFA from the School of
Visual Arts. He spent 6 years working in
the field of advertising and running his own gallery/multi-media agency. Matt has taught tennis since high school,
including at the Randy Mani Tennis Academy and at the Roosevelt Island Tennis
Center, and has developed and worked with many sectionally and nationally
ranked players. Matt coached the USTA
Eastern Boy’s and Girl’s 12 and under Zonals team in the summer of 2010. Matt joined Sportime in 2009.
Santo Castillo Senior Tennis Coach
a native of the Dominican Republic, began playing tennis while working as a
ball boy at Casa De Campo Resort. As a
junior, he was ranked in the top 10 in the country. After studying tourism at O&M College in
the Dominican Republic, he came to the United States to teach at various summer
camps before joining the staff of Tennisport in Long Island City, NY, where he
taught for 9 years. Santo joined
Sportime Randall’s Island in 2009.
Andre Dupre Senior Tennis Coach
a native of Chile, was the #1 junior player in the 18s in his home country,
notching a win over Jose-Luis Clerc and representing Chile as a member of the
South American Championship Team. Andre
attended Stephen F. Austin University where he earned a degree in Psychology
and played #1 singles and doubles. He
competed on the ATP Tour, achieving a ranking of #724 in the world before
moving to Westhampton Beach, NY to open his own tennis club. He spent 23 years operating that club and
coaching many players of all skill levels along the way; most notably Paul
Annacone (former ATP #12 in singles, #3 in doubles, and coach of Pete Sampras
and Roger Federer). Andre joined Sportime in 2010.
Ricardo Pena Senior Tennis Coach
a native of the Dominican Republic, began his tennis training while working as
a ball boy at the Casa de Campo resort. As a junior, he achieved a top 10 ranking in
his country. Ricardo attended O&M
College in the Dominican Republic where he studied computer engineering. He began his coaching career at Casa de Campo,
working as the tournament director, before moving to the United States in 1997
and becoming a full-time tennis pro at Tennisport in Long Island City, NY. Ricardo joined the teaching staff at Sportime in 2009.
Hana Sromova Senior Tennis Coach
a native of the Czech Republic, was a top ranked junior tennis player in her
home country, while competing globally on the ITF circuit. She turned pro in 1997 and, in a career
spanning 15 years, she won 8 ITF singles titles and 35 doubles titles. In 2006, Hana reached her career-high WTA Tour
rankings of #87 in the world in singles and #63 in doubles. Hana played in the
main draw of the US Open in 2006 and 2008, reached the second round of the
French Open and the Australian Open in 2006 and the second round of Wimbledon
in 2007. After retiring from the
professional circuit in 2008, Hana joined Sportime as a Touring Professional and
the Co-General Manager of Sportime Amagansett.
Carlos Taveras - CSCS, CISSN Performance Coach
Carlos, a native of Queens, graduated from CUNY Queens College with a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Exercise Science. He has been interning at Sports Lab NYC as a performance coach for the past year and has obtained certifications in strength and conditioning from the NSCA, as well as sports nutrition from the ISSN. He practices mixed martial arts, holds a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and has been involved in many sports throughout his life. Carlos plans to continue his education in exercise science, including a Master’s degree in the near future. Carlos joined SPORTIME and the JMTA in 2014.
Adriano Biasella Tennis Coach
Adriano, a native of Italy, spent 2 years in Barcelona, Spain at the Sanchez-Casal Academy where he learned the Spanish methods of tournament training. In 2001, he was named NJCAA Men's Tennis Player of the Year while attending the College of the Desert (Palm Desert, CA). Adriano transferred to USC where he played #1, was a finalist in the PAC-10 Individual Championships, and represented USC in the NCAA Division I National Singles Championships. He reached collegiate rankings of #29 in singles and #41 in doubles. Adriano received his degree in International Relations from USC in 2004. Professionally, Adriano competed on the ATP Tour for 4 years, reaching career-high ATP rankings of #389 in singles and #342 in doubles. As an ATP Tour coach, Adriano has worked with Potito Starace (ATP Rank #27), Andrey Golubev (ATP Rank #37), and Flavia Pennetta (WTA Rank #10). Adriano joined SPORTIME in 2010.
Kayla Carter Tennis Coach
Kayla, a native of Raleigh, North Carolina, was a nationally ranked junior player before accepting a full scholarship to Winston-Salem State University. At Winston-Salem, she played #1 or 2 singles and doubles for all four years, and qualified for the NCAA tournament during two of those years. In her sophomore year, Kayla captained the team to its first ever CIAA conference championship. In addition to her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Kayla has a Master’s Degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Sport Psychology and Motor Behavior from the University of Tennessee. She joined SPORTIME and JMTA in 2015.
Nicole Chis Tennis Coach
Nicole, born in Highland Park, New Jersey, attended Fairleigh Dickinson University, earning a Bachelor of Science Degree and minor in Psychology. She received the title of 2013 Rookie of the Year for the North East Conference. Her long list of accolades includes ‘2016 Player of the Year’ and winning the NCAA Conference Title three times. Nicole has extensive tennis experience and is notable as both a player and coach. In the past she has worked as a teaching pro for the East Brunswick Racket Club and the Maywood Tennis Club. She began her career at the Sportime and the John McEnroe Tennis Academy in 2017.
Edyta Cieplucha Tennis Coach
Edyta, originally from Lodz, Poland, achieved a career high national ranking of #5 as a junior in her home country, and won multiple national tournaments in various age groups. She attended Southern Methodist University, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Art & Photography. As a member of the SMU tennis team, she was ranked as high as #33 nationally in singles, and made it to the Round of 16 in the NCAA championship tournament. After college, Edyta played in various pro circuit tournaments throughout Europe, winning a $10K singles title in 2008. Edyta joined Sportime/JMTA in 2016.
Louis Cruz Tennis Coach
Louis, native of the Bronx, NY, received his Associate’s Degree in Psychology from Bronx Community College and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Hunter College in New York City. Louis played for the Hunter College men’s tennis team before beginning his coaching career full time. His coaching primarily focused on juniors under the age of 15 for the NYJTL and for the City Parks Foundation Summer Tennis Program. Louis joined Sportime and the JMTA in 2016.
Milo Hauk Tennis Coach
Milo, raised in Westchester, NY, had a career high junior ranking of #2 in the East. He attended St. John’s University and graduated with a B.A in professional studies. During his tenure at St. John’s, he achieved national collegiate rankings in doubles and made the All-Big East team three times. Milo’s career high doubles ranking (#50) is the highest ranking in the history of the St. John’s tennis program. Milo has several years of experience coaching kids of all ages and joined Sportime and the JMTA in 2015.
Tarun Kishan Tennis Coach
Tarun, originally from Dubai, was raised in Canada where he was ranked in the top 5 of every division as a junior, achieving a ranking of #18 in the Boys’18s. During his junior career, Tarun travelled and played ITF events, and spent some time at the Sanchez-Casal Academy in Barcelona. He attended Robert Morris University (Division I, NEC), where he played #1 Doubles and #1 - #3 Singles, and captained the team in his junior and senior years, and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Sports Management. Tarun joined Sportime Kings Park in 2013, before transferring to Sportime Randall’s Island and the JMTA in 2015.
Jose Limon Tennis Coach
José, originally from Veracruz, Mexico, was a top 5 nationally ranked junior in his home country, and played in many ITF tournaments and ATP Futures before college. After a successful junior career, José played Division I tennis for Utah State University and Robert Morris University. José was ranked in the top 100 as a freshman in the NCAA, while attending Utah State, and won the Team MVP award for Robert Morris University in 2012. José graduated with a degree in Business Management and joined the teaching staff at Sportime Kings Park in 2013. Jose joined the Sportime Randall’s Island team and JMTA in 2016.
Sandy Lochu Tennis Coach
Sandy, born in Salindre, France, she came to the United States to attended Savannah State University in Georgia, where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication. She played Division I tennis from August 2014 – May 2017. Throughout her tennis career she has had many great experiences including, working as a coach for French Open ball boys and the Montpellier ATP 250 as Head coach. She learned how to play tennis watching her mom play when she was young. Sandy joined the JMTA team in 2018.
Tushar Mandlekar Tennis Coach
Tushar, born in Bhilai, India, was ranked one of the Top-10 Juniors in his home country. While playing in the Men’s Circuit in India, he reached as high as 25 in the All India Tennis Association and won the title of most improved player of 2016-2017! He decided his calling was college tennis and moved to Louisiana where he attended Xavier University. While at university Tushar received a Degree in Business and had a minor in Business Management. Tushar began teaching at Sportime in 2017.
Guido Margiotta Tennis Coach
Guido, born in Coronel Suarez, Buenos Aires, Argentina, attended Shaw University, where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. While attending SBU he won the NCAA championship in 2013 and 2014 Guido was a consecutive “Regional Champ” from 2004 – 2011, during which time Argentina ranked him in the “Top 16.” Guido’s professional experience includes having worked as a Head Coach in Raleigh, North Carolina and as a Tennis Instructor in New York. He spent time at Futures Stars, where he was in charge of the 12 and under group, organizing their tournaments and directing the events that involved them. He joined as a pro at JMTA in 2018.
Sharvill Nawghre Tennis Coach
Sharvill, born in Mumbai, India, moved to New York City to attend Queens College where he earned a double major in Corporate Finance and Economics. While in college he achieved a Division II national ranking of #8 and #1 in both singles and doubles in the Eastern Region. While on his tennis and academic pursuit his accolades included ‘2016 Player of the Year’ and ‘Scholar Athlete of the Year’. Sharvill’s not only achieved success on the court but off the court as well, having worked as Assistant Coach for the Queen’s College Women’s Tennis Team. Sharvill joined Sportime in 2017.
Ofir Solomon Tennis Coach
Ofir, of Melville, N.Y., was Junior and Senior year captain at John F. Kennedy High School where he earned All-County Doubles honors in 2010 and 2012. He attended Fairfield University where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business and a Master’s degree in Accounting. During freshman year, while playing for the Fairfield Stags, he lead the team with an overall singles record of 20-10 going 16-4 in dual play and 5-1 in the MAAC, eventually becoming the Team Captain. At the Junior Level he ranked within the east coast Top 20 and the Top 150 in the country.
Doug Stewart Tennis Coach
Douglas, raised in Malibu, California, achieved a #1 national ranking in Boys’ 14s and a #2 national ranking in Boys’ 18s as a junior. He attended the University of Virginia, where he was a two-time Singles All-American, Most Outstanding Male Scholar Athlete, Atlantic Coast Conference Singles Champion and the #1 player on UVA’s #1 nationally ranked team. After graduating from UVA with a Bachelor’s degree in Systems Engineering, he went on to earn his MBA from the University of California, Los Angeles, Anderson School of Management. Douglas has been coaching since 2009, and joined Sportime/JMTA in 2016.
Igor Supica Senior Coach
Igor, originally from Zagreb, Croatia, was ranked one of the Top-10 Juniors in his home country. He attended Graceland College and Northeastern State University where he earned a degree in Psychology. Igor has coached sectional, nationally and internationally ranked Juniors. His extensive experience includes USTA High Performance, USPTA Elite Professional and various players for Stanford, University of Texas as well as Division III school “Williams.” Igor has traveled with the ITF Junior Circuit extensively.
Ryan Schreiber Assistant General Manager, JMTA and SPORTIME RI
Ryan, originally from Westbury, NY, was a two-sport athlete in High School, lettering in both Baseball and Basketball. Ryan went on to play Club Baseball for the University of Colorado, Boulder, and earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Communication. Ryan was the President of the Club Baseball Organization his senior year, overseeing team operations. After graduating college, Ryan joined Sportime in 2014, originally as the Assistant to the Vice-President and Chief Legal Officer of SPORTIME, Bennett Schlansky, and became Assistant General Manager in June 2017.
Jay Karl Director of Membership Sales and Services
Alex Pukal Media Director and Tennis Coach, Sportime RI and JMTA
Alex, originally from Chicago, Illinois, attended the University of South Florida, graduating Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Business Economics. He played both singles and doubles for the USF Men’s Tennis Team, played in the NCAA tournament and won the Big East Conference title with the team. He attended the IMG Tennis Academy from 2000-2008, achieving a top 100 national junior ranking in every age category. Alex joined Sportime Randall’s Island and JMTA as a tennis coach in 2014 and, in addition to coaching, assisted with communications and social and other media. Alex was promoted to Media Director for JMTA and Sportime RI in 2018.
David Sassoon Pro Shop Manager, JMTA and SPORTIME RI
David is the Pro Shop Manager at JMTA. As a student at the University of Delaware he studied marketing, operations management, and economics. Beyond the classroom, David spent the latter three years of his college career working in a variety of roles in the Department of Residence Life & Housing. Firstly, as a Resident Assistant, his primary function was to help students identify their talents and become engaged in campus life beyond the classroom; as an Office Manager, he oversaw the administrative duties of his staff and innovated the scheduling processes which are used campus-wide to this day; and finally as a Special Projects Coordinator he overhauled the budget tracking procedures and implemented a centralized protocol using Excel. Immediately after graduating he went to work at Mason's Tennis where over the course of year and a half he went from merely stringing racquets to selling racquets/shoes/accessories while managing the product mix & inventory for predominately Wilson products.
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