Originally from El Paso, TX played for Purdue University. By her senior year, was instrumental in moving the Boilermakers from 10th in the Big Ten to tied for 1st during regular season.
During college, studied abroad at Oxford University. Post grad, played Satellite Tournaments and on the Professional Tour.
Was the Assistant Coach for the Long Beach State Women's Tennis Team for 10 seasons. Helped capture the Big West Conference Title seven times, six of which were consecutive. Coached nationally ranked individual players as well as doubles teams.
Has taught at Beverly Hills Tennis since 1999. Headed the Beverly Hills Tennis Summer Camp for five years. Named the General Manager and Head Pro in September of 2009.
Competed in the 19th World Maccabiah Games in Israel in July 2013. Bronze medalled in both singles and mixed doubles.
Elite Camp/Junior Competition Program Director
Scott Crichlow is originally from the Northeast, growing up in Boston and then living in New York City following completion of a dual-degree Physics and Electrical Engineering program at Seton Hall University, where he was awarded a four-year tennis scholarship. Upon completion of his studies, Scott decided to pursue his passion for tennis at the professional level, competing in many Futures and Challenger events.
His playing prowess enabled him to be hired as a hitting partner for members of the Chinese Federation Cup team at the 2000 U.S. Open, a hitting partner for American Davis Cup member Vince Spadea at the 2001 U.S. Open, and in 2001 earned a spot as a featured player and co-star in a nationally televised Lincoln-Mercury commercial starring John McEnroe for that year’s U.S. Open, as well. He has coached at the Division I collegiate level during the completion of his dual degree program, serving as the interim men’s head coach at his alma mater Seton Hall, and coached the Fairleigh Dickinson University Men’s Team to an NCAA National Championship Tournament berth.
Scott has been at Beverly Hills Tennis since 2003, teaching students of all ages and levels. Since first moving to Southern California he has been instrumental in the development of numerous juniors who have gone on to the collegiate and professional ranks.
Originally from London, England.
Played Satellite tournaments in Europe.
Has taught for over 15 years in both England and Los Angeles.
Over 20 years of teaching experience.
Former ranked junior player.
Teaches the physical and mental tools to succeed.
Has over 20 years experience in the tennis industry, including instructing at the world famous Nick Bolletieri Academy in Bradenton, Florida as well as their Satellite Camp in Holyoke, Massachusetts.
Works with all level of players.
Before coming to Beverly Hills Tennis, was International Sales Manager for PRINCE tennis, ROLLERBLADE, EKTELON, NORDICA, and KILLER LOOP.
Jared Rojo Meyer
Pro at Beverly Hills Tennis since 2007
Grew up in Oregon having game molded by former #1 Doubles Player in the World, Jonathan Stark's coach. Played singles for University of Oregon then Club Team Tennis in Melbourne, Australia for 2 years.
Specializes in MTM (Modern Tennis Methodology). You will learn to play like the pros from the very 1st lesson! Clientele consists of total beginners all the way to Open Level players looking for a challenge.
Originally from Burma, has been teaching over 25 years and at Beverly Hills Tennis since 2006.
In one year (1986) won every Burma National Tournament in Singles, Doubles and Mixed Doubles.
Teaches players of all ages and levels.
Has taught at Beverly Hills Tennis for over 19 years, was the Adult Group Program Director for 11 years and initiated the Round Robin Tournament.
Ranked player in Southern California Men’s Open Singles Division for the past 23 years reaching as high as #7 and doubles as high as #5.
Coaches all styles and all levels from the softer child beginners to the aggressive tournament playing adults.
Born and raised in Los Angeles.
In his tenth year teaching at Beverly Hills Tennis.
Mens open tournament player.
Teaches private lessons and classes for both adults and children.
Born in Texas and played for Texas Tech.
Drew makes learning tennis for beginners fun and simple with his “Easy as 1-2-3” tennis formula. Tried and tested, Drew will have you hitting consistently great shots in no time! For the more advanced players, Drew’s advice, tips, knowledge, and secrets will take your game to the next level.
Drew creates a positive environment on the tennis court to enjoy the game. His friendly nature ensure a great time!
Born in Texas, raised in Colorado, and has been teaching at Beverly Hills Tennis since early 2011.
Played college tennis, was a highly ranked junior and state champion. An avid hiker, traveler, writer, and all-around adventurer.
With an emphasis on hard work, footwork, and working on improving your game, she happily teaches all ages and skill levels.
Born and raised in Laredo, TX, and attended the University of Miami. Spent the last 13 years in Austin, TX., where he started teaching.
Jacob has been playing tennis since the age of 6. He has attended the John Newcombe and Nick Bollettiere tennis academies, and had been a competitive tournament player for many years.
Jacob creates a fun and positive environment for children and adults of all ages. Jacob love nothing more than seeing a big smile on a kids face while learning the game he is so passionate about.
Tracey Laslo comes to Beverly Hills Tennis from Washington DC.
In DC, she sharpened her skills through USPTR AND USPTA. Tracey has coached Varsity and Junior Varsity school teams. She also organized and instructed group clinics, private lessons, and summer camps at various country clubs and organizations. With this experience, she is able to design and implement personal practice plans for her students.
Tracey is able to teach all ages and levels, but really shines when she is teaching children. Her goal is to teach students how to build confidence and self-esteem while developing and maintaining consistency, time management, and control. Tracey loves to show those new to the game how fun and beneficial tennis can be for a lifetime.
Native of Australia, Josh has 15 years of experience coaching in Melbourne, Vancouver, and Los Angeles
He began coaching under Peter Owen (John Newcombe Medalist for Most Outstanding Australian Tennis Coach)at Elsternwick Park Tennis Centre, where his talents as an instructor contributed to the Centre being named the Most Outstanding Tennis Community in the state of Victoria.
True to the Aussie spirit, Josh likes to keep things fun whilst working hard towards specific goals. A former collegiate player, he has a keen technical eye, and enjoys sharing his expertise with both adults and children of all skill levels. Josh strives to help his students pinpoint specific areas to improve technique and match play.