Our hand selected coaches are highly qualified and experienced, USTA 10 and Under certified and trained, and background checked. In addition to the instructor’s qualifications, our coaches all share and display a passion for kids and the sport. We focus on hiring not only experienced coaches, but coaches with great personalities and abilities to connect with kids in order to make tennis a fun learning experience and hopefully a lifelong sport for them. 

Managing Team

Founder & Managing Director - Zani

Languages: English, learning Danish

Zani lives and breathes tennis. Ever since she picked up her first racket at the age of 4, she was hooked. 

She had an extensive junior tennis career - including top rankings in the state of Georgia, the South and in the nation. Zani went on to play for Division 1 Syracuse University on a full tennis scholarship and later transferred to the University of Georgia. While working in the corporate fashion world for the last 10 years, Zani enjoyed teaching kids and adults on the side at local tennis clubs how to live, learn and love the lifelong game of tennis. Not only is she Coach Z to all students, she is also a mom of 3 year old, who is already prepping for her Wimbledon 2030 debut.


NJ - Regional Manager & Head Coach - Leo

Languages: English, Spanish, and learning French

Coach Leo is a USPTA Certified Professional Coach. He grew up on the Jersey Shore - a late starter in tennis, he picked up a racquet for the first time when he was 13 and took to the sport quickly – he had found his passion, and hasn’t stopped playing since. As a 4-year varsity team member and 3-year Captain of his team, he played three years at first singles and helped bring home a division title in 2000. Leo was also an All-Shore and All-State soccer player.

In 2014, after a few years on Wall St., Leo picked up his tennis gear and hit the courts – quickly establishing a loyal clientele in the North Jersey Metro Area. Leo has since earned his certificate as a USPTA Professional Coach and has devoted himself to continuing his education in tennis and sharing it with others. As NJ’s Regional Manager, his goal is to make his city (Hoboken) and surrounding cities a hotbed for youth tennis.


Languages: English

Coach Steven is a USTA 10 and Under Certified Coach. Born and raised in the Bronx, Coach Steven started playing tennis at the age of 6. Basketball was his first sport but he decided to stick with tennis.

He is finished his bachelor's degree in business management and enjoyed a stellar playing career at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania. As a member and captain of the tennis team he won Rookie of the Year, First team all conference all four years and a two-time Player of the Year.

He has been teaching tennis for five years and loves the thought of putting a racquet in a child's hand to give them the same opportunity tennis has provided him in his life.


Languages: English
CPR Certified

Born and raised in Jersey City, NJ, Joy first found her love for tennis during her sophomore year of high school. She played varsity first doubles for Ferris High School in her junior and senior year. In 2012, Joy and her first doubles partner were named in the All Hudson County Tennis Team.

She is currently enrolled at Kean University and majoring in Psychology in the Occupational Therapy Track.

Coaches - NEW YORK


Languages: English 

Originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, Michael has been playing tennis ever since he just couldn’t cut it as a little league baseball player. After playing competitive tennis for many years in the Intermountain Region, where he was a high-ranking player, Michael started teaching children in the area. He loves the opportunity to share the game with kids, hoping that they may fall in love with the sport just as he did at a young age. Michael received an Honors BFA in Acting from the University of Utah while on a full ride scholarship. He now lives in New York where he plays the drums in a Brooklyn based folk-pop group.


Languages: English 

Fletcher was born in Maine. He first fell in love with tennis when his family first moved to New York and his father took him to the U.S Open at the age of 10. Ever since then, his passion for tennis grew as he continued to play the sport all throughout high school and college.

Fletcher always participated in summer camps and tennis camps and credits these institutions as one of the reasons he loved the sport so much. This has led to his desire to continue the cycle and to give back the love and passion he shares for tennis to others.


Languages: English and Spanish 

David was originally born in Bogota, Colombia where his father first thought him the amazing sport that is tennis. He then moved to the US at the age of 13 to a town in Florida called Naples. There, he was able to develop his tennis skills even more. After finishing college and coming back home to Naples he realized that what he really wanted to do was being able to share the love and passion he had for the sport and show young children how fun the sport was. David was able to start teaching at the academy where he developed his skills and also at the Ritz Carlton Hotel for PBI. Ever since he started teaching, David has attended USPTA conferences in Florida and California and he has completed and been certified for the 10 and under workshop. He then moved to the amazing city of New York to seek more opportunities as a tennis coach and is really excited to teach what he has learned in his journey. 

Coaches - NEW JERSEY


Languages: English
CPR Certified

Victor discovered his love for tennis at the age of 10 at the Santa Cruz Tennis Academy, Bolivia. After moving to the United States, Victor played four years of varsity tennis at McNair Academic and then Roselle Park High School, where he was co-captain for his junior/senior year holding the position of second singles. 

Attending Kean University, Victor is enrolled in a five-year Masters program for Molecular Biology & Biotechnology with minors in Mathematics and Chemistry with an intent of pursuing a Ph.D. in Bioinformatics. Outside of academics, Victor is also petitioning to form a men's tennis team at Kean University and coaches tennis for both high school and middle school students.


Languages: English and Spanish

Sherylene grew up watching baseball (highly popular in her Dominican home) and playing basketball, until she decided to try something new in high school and join the tennis team. Expectations were low but were highly exceeded. Tennis became a positive outlet away from the pressure of everyday life, and it helped her foster long lasting friendships. By junior year, she was first singles and captain of her high school team in Union City, NJ.

Sherylene currently works at Mustard Seed School in Hoboken, New Jersey. She has a passion for children and education, and plans to further her career by attaining a master's in Special Education. 

She was one of the first Super Duper employees in New Jersey and has coached for three years. She is excited to start Super Super Tennis' first Spanish language tennis classes January 2018!


Languages: English

Ivy started playing tennis at the age of 10 at her local clinic. Her love for the sport encouraged her to play competitively during her high school years. She made varsity first doubles in her junior year. By her senior year, Ivy was captain of her high school’s girls varsity team, playing third singles. Ivy is currently attending Montclair State University, completing her bachelor’s degree in Linguistics with a minor in Communication Sciences and Disorders.

Ivy is beyond thrilled to share her passion with young players, in hopes they love tennis just as much as she does.


Languages: English and Spanish

Born and Raised in Honduras, Pamela started playing tennis at a young age just for FUN.  As time passed by, her love for the sport grew as she got better. After moving to the United States, she attended Memorial High School where the coach there saw potential in her and found a personal trainer to improve her tennis and skills. She started on the Varsity team as a freshmen playing second singles and for the remainder of her high school career has held the top spot at first singles.

Teaching children is something she is passionate about. What she loves seeing the most, is how the kids develop their skills day-by-day and how they learn to enjoy the beautiful sport of tennis.

Coaches - FLORIDA


Languages: English

Originally from Queens NY, Laurence has over 25 years of tennis playing experience and competed at the regional, sectional, and national junior level. Laurence has over 15 years of coaching experience, working with juniors and adults of all levels. Having taught tennis is New York and Miami, Laurence has worked at several prestigious clubs including, The John McEnroe tennis academy at Sportime Randalls Island, The National Tennis Center in Flushing New York, GSI Bolletieri in Miami, and Fisher Island Tennis center in Miami. Laurence specializes in developing 10 and under players and is USTA certified in 10 and Under tennis.


Languages: English

A graduate from St. Thomas University and former Captain of the tennis team, Alain has played NCAA for his school and ITF tournaments for Haiti and faired very well.  A native of Haiti Alain has been playing tennis since he was 10 years old.  With a growing passion for teaching nd helping grow the game of tennis, Alain enjoys teaching especially to the 10 and under group and hopes to continue his career as a tennis coach running his own academy.


Languages: English

A native of Miami, Santiago started playing tennis at the age of 3 and has achieved junior success at the regional and national level.  A former top nationally ranked player in the 12’s, 14’s, and 16’s.  Santiago has previously taught at the Ocean Club in Key Biscayne and is a very recognizable player in the Miami area.  Santiago also has a passion for teaching the game to juniors and is very versed in Quickstart Tennis and loves to have fun and incorporate games with traditional learning.