Director of Tennis - Audobon Country Club
Carlos Huerta is the Director of Tennis at Audubon Country Club of Naples. He is a graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University with a degree in Business and Economics. He was the member of the Ecuadorian Davis Cup team from 1989-1990 and also reached a national ranking of #1 in singles and doubles in 1988. In 2000, he became a USPTA member.
Alexandra's Bio coming soon
Tennis Professional- Bonita National
Diego's Bio coming soon
Director of Tennis and Pickleball - Esplanade Cluc
Dominique Lemperle is a USPTA Elite Tennis Professional and ITPTA level-2 certified pickleball coach. Born and raised in Germany, she was a nationally ranked junior player and earned a full scholarship at the University of Colorado in Boulder. She worked at Kalea Bay Club in Naples as a tennis and pickleball professional.
Doug Small Jr
Doug's Bio coming soon
Head Tennis Professional - World Tennis Club
Born in Richmond, Virginia, Mark Vines has lived and worked everywhere from Texas to Colorado. Locally, he's worked at Columbine Country Club, Naples Bath and Tennis and Naples Bay Resort. After graduating from Southern Methodist University, he was the Southwest Conference player of the year (1976), a four-time Virginia State Men's Open Singles Champion, former Texas State Men's Open Champion and Naples Men's City Champion (2002). Mark's career highlights include wins over Ivan Lendl, Yannick Noah and Harold Soloman. He's also a 16-time National Singles & Doubles Champion in Men's 35's, 40's, 45's, 50's, 55's.
Director of Racquet Sports - Wyndemere Country Club
Jicham Zaatini is currently the director of racquet sports at Wyndemere Country Club. He represented Lebanon in the Davis Cup for eight years.
Head Tennis Professional -
The Club at Mediterra
Tim Keegan is originally from the Washington DC area where he played #1 for George Mason University while earning an Electrical Engineering degree. He was also the National Coach of the Kuwait National Team.
Tim is in his 9th season as the Head Tennis Professional at The Club at Mediterra in Naples and he just won a Gold Ball at the 2021 USTA National Grass Court Championships in Rhode Island.
Tyler was 1st team all-state at Barron Collier High School in 1997 and state champion at #1 doubles. He was a member of the men's tennis team at Clemson University from 1998-2002. He returned to Barron Collier to coach their tennis team and brought them to the state championship 8 out of his 10 years there. He is a former Naples City champion in both men's open doubles and mixed doubles. Over the last ten years he has been a member of the best doubles team in SWFL with Jose Pastrello.
Zachary's bio coming soon