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Michael Russell

Born May 1, 1978 is a retired American professional tennis player, who is now the tennis coach of Tennys Sandgren. He reached a career-high singles ranking of World No. 60 in August 2007. His 23 United States Tennis Association (USTA) Pro Circuit singles titles were the all-time record, as of November 2013. That month he became the third-highest-ranked American in the world.

In 1994 Russell was ranked No. 1 in both singles and doubles in the USTA Boys' 16 rankings, and in 1996 he was ranked No. 1 in singles in the U.S. Boys' 18-Under. Playing for the University of Miami in 1996–97, he was named National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Rookie of the Year, before he turned pro in 1997. A high school valedictorian, Russell was one of the few Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) players while he played who had a college degree, having earned a B.S. from the University of Phoenix with a 3.94 grade point average.

Ann Grossman-Wunderlich

Born October 13, 1970. Turned professional in 1988 after a very successful career as a National #1 and World #4 ranked Junior player. Married to Eric Wunderlich, a member of the 1996 Olympic Swim Team, and has two sons,Fletcher and Tyler. She was the 10th ranked American player in 1992 and 1993, and #8 in 1994.

Luke Jensen

Born June 18, 1966, in Grayling, MI. Nicknamed “Dual Hand Luke” for his ability to hit 130 mph serves with either hand. Coached the Syracuse women’s team before leaving to develop the Sea Island Resort tennis program with brotherMurphy in the Atlanta, GA area. Does on-court analysis for ESPN and travels the world as an instructor, motivational speaker & ambassador for the game. Captain of the WTT World Champion Team, New York Empire - July 2020

Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario

Born December 18, 1971, in Barcelona, Spain. Started playing at age 4. As a 17-year-old, she became the youngest winner of a the French Open, defeating World #1 Steffi Graf in the final. Former World #1 in both singles and doubles with 29 singles and 69 doubles titles.