Fritz, a New Jersey native, has had a long and distinguished tennis career, from top junior, to successful ATP Tour Professional, achieving a career high ranking of #21 in singles and #4 in doubles before suffering a career ending foot injury at the age of 25. During his professional career, from 1979-1985, Fritz won one ATP singles title and was a finalist in two other ATP Tour events, posting victories over top 10 players including Cash, Gerulaitis, Gilbert, Gomez, Kriek, and Wilander. As a doubles player, Fritz won 12 titles and was a finalist in 15 other events. In 1983, Fritz was the U.S. Open doubles runner up with partner Van Winitsky, losing to John McEnroe and Peter Fleming. Fritz was a top-50 USTA nationally ranked junior from the age of 10, and was the #1 ranked USTA junior in the 18s. As a college sophomore, Fritz led UCLA to the 1979 NCAA Team Championship, playing #1 singles and #1 doubles. He was the 1979 Pac10 Tennis Player of the Year and an All American. Fritz has over 20 years of experience teaching and coaching tennis and joined SPORTIME/JMTA in 2007.
Alberto hails from Zaragoza, Spain, and grew up competing with players such as Nadal, Almagro and Verdasco. He held a top-8 Spanish ranking from the age of 10 and represented Spain in 1998 Junior Davis Cup competition alongside compatriots Nadal and Almagro. He came to the United States as a top recruit to Auburn University, where he was 2006 NAIA Rookie of the Year, and the 2008 and 2010 NAIA Ward-Ballinger Outstanding Player of the Year. Alberto also won National Championships at Auburn in 2008 and 2010, finishing his NCAA career ranked number 1 in the Nation singles and doubles. Alberto earned his MBA in International Business at Auburn in 2013, with honors. Before joining the SPORTIME/JMTA coaching staff in 2013, he was the Assistant Director of Tennis at the Greenwich Country.
Mario, a native of New York, has been a traveling coach for players competing on the ITF Junior Circuit, as well as coaching pros and amateurs at the Futures and US Nationals levels. He has also coached All-American collegiate players and touring pros at both the US Open and Wimbledon. He has held national rankings in both Men's 30s and 35s. Mario has over 20 years of teaching and coaching experience and joined SPORTIME/JMTA in 2011.