Michael has over 25 years of playing experience and competed as top level junior in Florida. In college, Michael played for the University of Alabama Club Tennis Team, and over the years has played on 4.5, 5.0, 8.5, 9.0 USTA League Teams, and his team won the 2018 USTA 8.5 Sectionals.
Michael's teaching career began when he was 18 as an Assistant Tennis Professional at The Country Club of Detroit for 4 years. From there he moved to North Carolina and became an Assistant Tennis Professional for Walnut Creek Country Club, then later becoming their Director of Tennis. After teaching for several years, Michael left to pursue other interests but soon learned that teaching tennis was what he enjoyed and is most passionate about. Michael brings a high level of tennis instruction and enjoys working with tennis players of all ages.
Michael is looking forward to sharing his passion and knowledge to help improve your game.
Hometown: St. Maarten, D.W.I.
Fun Fact: When he is not on the court, Renny enjoys eating different foods and reading!
-Started playing at the age of 12
USPTA Elite and ITF Level 1 certified
-Started in Miami and has gone on to coach in Barcelona, Amsterdam, --Munich, Bucharest, Anguilla, Denver, Atlanta, North Carolina, Cape Cod, and St. Barths
-Off-court, he has experience in exercise physiology, physical therapy, and athletic training
-ATP Satellite Experience And 29years coaching
-Master volley coach men's, women's and kids.
Montana is passionate and motivated about player development of all levels and is very excited to join the team. Her goal is to help develop players of all levels and ages within a structured pathway, while also helping them find a lifelong love of the game.
She started playing tennis at the age of 3 years old and competitively at 6 years old. After moving to Florida from Virginia to enhance her training and competitive experience she attended Celsius Tennis Academy for nearly 10 years. Montana was a highly ranked national and Florida junior player while also playing at the professional level.
She attended the #1 nationally ranked junior college in the country, Tyler Junior College and won a national title. She then transferred to Elon University in 2017 where she also played on the Women’s Tennis Team while receiving her B.A. in Broadcast Journalism. Her adoration for writing lead her to become a writer for The Borgen Project, an NGO that focuses on ending global poverty and hunger.