About Me

  • USPTA Certified
  • Varsity High School Tennis Coach
  • Teaching Experience in “Country Club” and “Junior Academy” Tennis Settings
  • Has provided private instruction to players of all ages and abilities
  • Trained and Implemented USTA “10 and Under” Tennis Initiative
  • Experienced Racquet Stringer
  • Division III collegiate playing experience (Singles 1 and 2, Doubles 1)
  • Ranked USTA Junior in the Middle Atlantic
  • 4 Year Letterman on Varsity High School Tennis Team

Brian is a USPTA certified tennis professional who has worked in a variety of tennis settings across the DMV (DC, Maryland, and Virginia). He has experience working with all levels of player, from total beginner to elite-level Division 1 college athletes. As a coach, Brian has implemented and been trained in the USTA “10 and Under” tennis initiative where he has introduced tennis to children as young as 4 years old. On the other end of the spectrum Brian coaches a varsity high school tennis team in Montgomery County Maryland where he has the opportunity to coach for and against some of the best players in the state. In addition, Brian is constantly researching and testing out the latest in racquet and string technology so he can give the best stringing advice to players of all levels and abilities. He has helped numerous players find the perfect racquet/string setup to best suite their game.

As a player Brian competed in a wide range of junior tournaments in the Mid-Atlantic Section and was an integral part to his high school team where he lettered all 4 years on the varsity team. He would go on to compete at the collegiate level, first at Stevenson University and then at Bard College. In both programs Brian would play at the top of the lineup in both singles and doubles.

Below I’ve included some example videos of my playing, feeding, and rallying (lowering my level to suit different skill levels). I want you to feel comfortable and confident with my skills before you ever step on court.

Rallying/Point Play (Tournament Player 5.0 and Up)

Feeding/Rallying/Point Play (High School 4.0 and Up)

Rallying/Point Play (Advanced Beginner – Intermediate 2.5-3.5 Level)

Feeding (2.5-3.5 Level)

Serve (For Return Practice)

Forehand

Backhand

Volley and Overhead

Music: Vanilla – Origin