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Juan Carlos Parker

Juan Carlos Parker Tennis Teacher

Juan Carlos Parker, born in Peru, has over seventeen years of experience as a tennis instructor. Parker ranks among the most highly respected tennis professionals and competitors in the industry. As an extraordinary tennis player in his own right, Parker played on the winning team in the prestigious Huggy Bear Invitational in Southampton, New York in 2005. In 2006, Parker won the National Men’s Open, 25s, and 35s Singles.

Timmy Leon

Timmy Leon

Timmy is a native New Yorker. He grew up playing and spending many hours at the National Tennis Center, home of the U.S. Open. In college, he played both singles and doubles for his team, contributing to multiple berths in the NCAA Tournament. Prior to coming to CityView, he taught locally and had a brief stint working abroad in England. He is a USPTA Certified Tennis Professional.

Fredrik Jonsson

Fredrik Jonsson

Fredrik Jonsson, born of Malmo, Sweden is an accomplished tennis instructor with an education from the Swedish National Tennis Academy. Fredrik has competed in all 4 Grand Slams, reaching the 3rd round in the US Open. He was a Member of the Swedish Davis Cup team. Fredrik has been ranked number 14 in the world in juniors and in the top 100 in the World’s ATP ranking. Also to be noted is his number 1 junior ranking in his native country of Sweden. With this ranking, he represented Sweden in the Junior World Championship in New Zealand where the team placed 3rd. Fredrick has also competed and played against some of the best players in the world: Roger Federer, Y. Kafelnikov, Marcelo Rios, Nicolas Lapenti, Tommy Robredo, Ivanisevic and Todd Martin, just to name a few. Fredrick has become one of the most highly sought after teaching tennis professionals and is a great asset to the CityView team.

Joe Perez

Joe Perez Tennis Pro

Joe Perez has been a prominent tennis professional in the New York Metropolitan region for more than three decades. Joe began his New York experience as a member of the Columbia University Varsity Tennis Team where he was captain. After graduation, he remained in New York by running one of the largest and most admired Junior Programs (ACE-IT). Joe also conceived and implemented an Adult Program (The Court House) for 15 years teaching students of all levels the intricacies of the game.

Jeff Amurao

New Programs Director, Jeff Amurao has established himself as one of New York City’s most respected director/coaches. Jeff played NCAA D-1 tennis at Georgetown University, and is a USPTA Elite Level/PTR Pro certified coach with an emphasis in technical player development and high-performance training. He is the founder and program director of multiple tournament level junior and adult programs in NYC and was most recently the Director of Tennis and Head of High Performance at the McCarren Tennis Center in Brooklyn. He is also the current Head of Tennis at the prestigious Poly Prep Country Day School in Brooklyn. An agile communicator equipped with a depth of tennis knowledge, Jeff enjoys working with players of all levels, from tournament caliber to beginners, as well as players returning to the game.

Shweta Rana

Shweta Rana
Shweta Rana is a former WTA world ranked tennis player from India.
As a Junior she had attained a #1 ranking in Asia.
Shweta holds two ITF world titles and has been a Finalist 9-times.
After a rewarding tennis career, she has set her sights on coaching and is highly sought after for her instruction. Shweta is the Assistant Program Director for Elite Juniors at CityView.

Roxana Dragan

Roxana was born in Galati, Romania, and attained a #5 juniors ranking in her native country. She relocated to the United States in 2012 to pursue a career in tennis. Roxana has participated in several international tennis tournaments and a achieved a top 300 ITF ranking. Roxana reached her peak WTA singles ranking of #1074 in 2004. Roxana has held tennis coaching positions at Sportime and Triangle Tennis Club, L.I. Roxana holds a bachelor degree in Physical Education and Sports, and a Masters Degree in Management of Sports activities from The University Dunarea, Romania.

Kirk Moritz

Kirk Moritz Tennis Professional

Kirk Moritz has carved out a sterling reputation in the East Coast US tennis community over the past three decades as an instructor, and as a player. Kirk is well-known as a mentor and teacher, and has achieved and maintained a high rank as a junior, collegiate, and was recently inducted to the Columbia University Athletics Hall of Fame for Tennis. In addition to his national and international playing background, he has coached for the US State Department in Africa including training with members of the Moroccan Davis Cup Team.

Alex Asta

Alex Asta Tennis Pro

Alex attained a #5 ranking as a junior in his native country, Argentina. As a teenager, Alex played on the professional tennis tour which predominantly consisted of futures and challenger circuits.  During this time, Alex worked as a teaching pro in order to finance his dream to excel and compete on tour.  Alex played ATP, Eastern and National tournaments.  Alex attained a #1 ranking in the Men’s eastern section from 2000-2002.  After he stopped playing professionally, Alex worked as a teaching pro at Stadium Racquet Club. Alex coordinated junior programs at Stadium for two years. Alex assisted Patrick McEnroe in promoting World Team Tennis in 2001 and participated in exhibition matches. Alex trained with John McEnroe, Patrick McEnroe, Jim Courier, Mark Knowles, Vince Spadea, and James Blake among others.

Jared Woodson

Jared hails from Hilton Head, South Carolina where he was a decorated junior tennis player who participated in Orange Bowl, Easter Bowl and Super Nationals.
He was the youngest player to receive a full scholarship to The van Der Meer Academy, SC. Jared was a 3 -time high school state champion and played Division 1 tennis at Eastern Illinois University, where he was team captain.
Jared played #2 Singles, #1 Doubles for the Panthers.
As an instructor, he has received his training from Dennis Van Der Meer, where he learned biomechanics, methodically, and techniques.
His coaching style is fun, energetic and enlightening.
“My favorite part about coaching is unlocking the hidden potential that’s inside my students game”