Michael Lesko

Michael Lesko

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

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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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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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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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Cliff Reuter

Cliff Reuter

A USPTA certified Pro-1 tennis instructor, Cliff Reuter teaches all ages. At Frontenac, he runs several morning drill groups and Ladies’ Interclub. He started playing at four and by the time he was ten, grew to become a consistently ranking junior in St. Louis . By 18, he was in the top 100 nationally...

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Michael O’Neil

Michael O’Neil

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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