Terry Ward

Terry Ward

Inducted into the St. Louis Tennis Hall of Fame in 2016, Terry has devoted the last four decades to growing the game — and finding ways for tennis people to give back to worthy organizations. But as you come to know Terry over years and decades, you notice that what Terry loves best is...

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Stefan Kruger

Stefan Kruger

The Director of Tennis and Assistant Manager at Frontenac since 1999, Stefan has one of the most illustrious tennis records of any pro in the region. And given our clubs’ emphasis on teaching doubles, that record is highly relevant as well. Stefan spent eight years playing mostly doubles on the ATP Tour, reaching the...

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Terry M. Ward

Terry M. Ward

With a name like Terry (M.) Ward, you can bet this youngest son of Terry’s three grew up playing tennis. And you’d be right. From early childhood on, Terry M. was on the court, culminating in four years of varsity singles at Marquette High. These days, he works with the Top Guns Instructional and Competition clinics...

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Horacio Callirgos

Horacio Callirgos

A top junior in his native Peru, Horacio came to St. Louis to play for Lindenwood, where he was an ITA Scholar-Athlete and graduated in 2021. You’ll find Horacio teaching at both Frontenac and Woodsmill during the week, and in the summer, he and Michael O’Neill run the program at The Highlands in Forest...

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Michael O’Neill

Michael O’Neill

With more than 20 years of coaching and teaching, Michael has coached successful secondary teams and brought his infectious love of the game to country-club beginners — and done everything in between. He played his college tennis at Ripon College, where he was part of two championship teams. And as a high-school coach, he...

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Michael Lesko

Michael Lesko

A three-time state qualifier in singles when he played at Gibault HS in Waterloo IL, Michael was also the 2013 sectional champion in singles. At D2 Quincy University, he was Freshman of year in 2015 and Team captain in 2018. A two-time St. Louis District Men’s Doubles champion, in 2017 and 2020, Michael runs...

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Cliff Reuter

Cliff Reuter

A tennis lifer—seriously! Cliff’s been playing since he was four! Now he teaches private lessons to kids and adults at both Frontenac and Woodsmill. At Frontenac, he runs several morning drill groups and the Ladies‘ Interclub program. So having started at four, he was a well-rounded, consistently ranking junior by ten. By And at...

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Ethan McCafferty

Ethan McCafferty

Originally from from Auckland, New Zealand, Ethan moved to the United States in 2015 to play college tennis on a scholarship at McKendree University. He graduated from there with a degree in Exercise Science with a minor in Sports Psychology. Before settling down, Ethan played in a wide variety of ITF tournaments across the...

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Chris Ward

Chris Ward

Chris grew up playing tennis. And as you might guess from his last name, he did most of that playing right here at FRC. In the summer, Chris teaches at Old Warson Country Club. He played his prep tennis for Marquette High School, lettering all four years. If he’s not at the club, Chris...

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Riley Muren

Riley Muren

Hailing from O’Fallon, Illinois, Riley played D2 at the University of Illinois, Springfield, and D3 at Webster University. At Webster, he holds the school record for the most wins. Of course, when he got to college, he was an old hand at this pro stuff. He’s been teaching since he was 1...

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Travis Bakai

Travis Bakai

A college soccer player turned tennis player, turned pickleball player, Travis owns Forever Tennis, the retail arm of the Frontenac Family. He’s been a tennis and pickleball coach for eight years and is PPR and USPTA certified for pickleball. In the summer, Travis is the pickleball director at Old...

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Chris Nasrallah

Chris Nasrallah

A top junior, prep and and college player out of St. Louis, Chris was a four-time Missouri state champion at Chaminade. Then, playing at Bradley University, he was the Missouri Valley Conference freshman player of the year. He has been teaching tennis in the St. Louis area for more than 20 years, 13 of...

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