All of our teaching pros hold current SafePlay certifications through the USTA and US Center for Safe Sport. To schedule a lesson, please contact the pro of your choice directly.

Interested in teaching lessons at the Salina Tennis Center? Email info@salinatennis.org

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Bryce Ware
806-206-7517 • bryce.ware@kwu.edu
$25/half hour, $40/hour

Hi, my name is Bryce Ware and I’m from Canyon Texas. I’ve played tennis for the last 13 years and have taught for the last 6 years. I was a two-time 4a state champ in high school and was first-team all-state my senior year. In my Sophomore year at KWU, I was named KCAC Player of the year and KCAC Scholar Athlete of the year. I ended the year ranked #37 in the nation for NAIA singles. I held a record of 18-3 in singles and 18-4 in doubles and 3-1 against nationally ranked opponents. My favorite shot to teach is the serve- come take a lesson and learn to ace your serve!

Wes Robertson
405-757-8552 • wes.robertson3@icloud.com
$25/half hour, $45/hour

My earliest coaching days started around 2015 back home in Oklahoma and I eventually found myself teaching high-performance tennis there. I have directed thrilling practices boosting players’ athletic ability and teamwork. I have taught players of all ages and skill levels the fundamentals of tennis in cohesive, fun, and game-filled lesson plans.

Jack Hanson
405-590-4358 • jackhan2@icloud.com
$25/half hour, $40/hour

My name is Jack Hanson, I am playing tennis for Kansas Wesleyan University.  I am a sophomore studying biology, and I have played tennis for almost six years competitively.  I have three years of teaching experience and have coached juniors of all ages- from seniors in high school all the way down to red ball groups. My favorite shot to teach is the backhand and my favorite part about teaching is seeing players improve their games.

Chance Kozlovsky
972-921-2904 • chance.kozlovsky26@gmail.com
$25/half hour, $40/hour

Hi there! I’m Chance and I’m originally from Ennis, Texas. I relocated to Salina to attend KWU to study psychology, sociology, and social work and play on the men’s tennis team. I began playing tennis at the age of 7 and quickly became obsessed with the sport. Now, I enjoy sharing my knowledge of the sport with others. I look forward to working with players of all levels and ages throughout these next few years and encouraging the future of tennis in Salina.

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