High Performance Director

USPTA – Elite Pro
20+ years coaching
UTR high of 13.25 (2015)
Has coached over 100 players who went on to play collegiately, including many D1 scholarship players
Professional ATP and WTA hitting partner at Indian Wells for 7 years
Hitting and Training Partners Included: Federer, Raonic, Isner, Robredo, Halep, Kuznetzov, Bouchard, Cibulkova and over 50 other Top 100 Professional Players.
Toured with Michail Pervolarakis ATP #409 (high Feb. 2020)
WA State Open MXD Doubles Open Champion, 35’s Doubles Champion, 35’s Singles Finalist
NWAAC Coach and Player of the Year 2003, Individual Conference and Team Champions 2003, and Skagit Valley College Athlete of the Year 2003.


Assistant Director of Junior Tennis

Zhenya Pereverzin grew up playing junior tennis in the Pacific Northwest. He is the first player in Oregon State history to win 4 straight 6A State Singles titles and was a top 30 nationally ranked junior. Throughout his junior tennis career, he was ranked top 3 in every age group in the PNW.

He went on to play at Claremont-McKenna College where he got second place at nationals for doubles, earning him All-American honors as well as being ranked the #2 doubles team in the nation. His college team also reached 2 national championship matches during his 4 years at CMS.

Zhenya has a great passion for the sport, he loves teaching students of all ages and skill levels. He has previously enjoyed coaching in California, New York, and Connecticut before moving back to the Northwest and working at TCSP.

His coaching philosophy is based on hard work, respect, and building the correct fundamental skills necessary for tennis as well as for the rest of your life. When he is not at work you can find him either playing golf, basketball, or enjoying some delicious sushi.


High Performance Coach

Avery grew up playing tennis in Bellingham, WA and was one of the top players in the PNW for juniors. He played high school 3 years, winning a State Championship in his junior year. Following graduation, Avery taught tennis at TCSP, helping out in High Performance, JPP/JHP, and junior development. Recently, Avery departed TCSP and completed two years at Portland State University (D1 Tennis), where he broke the record for #1 doubles wins with his partner from Portland, OR, and beat two top 50 ranked doubles teams in the nation. Avery finished his degree Magna Cum Laude in Geography and recently accepted a position as the Director of Tennis and Programs for a Non-Profit called Seattle Tennis and Education Foundation (STEF) that helps under-resourced youth get help in the classroom and on the court. We are very grateful to have his experience, skill, and passion for tennis as a part of our program!