Private, semi-private, group and clinic lessons are available on a daily basis, seven days a week. All teaching professionals are USPTA certified. Please call the Tennis Center at (775) 832-1235 for appointments and pricing information.
Randy Berg, Teaching Pro
Randy played college tennis at Cal State Bakersfield where he qualified for the nationals in both singles and doubles each year. After college, Randy became Assistant Coach of Pepperdine University, a top 5 nationally ranked team. In 1989 he was Activities Director, then Tennis Director of the Warner Center Club in Canoga Park, California. In the early ‘90’s, Randy served as a “hitting partner” for then teenager Lindsey Davenport who went on to win several Grand Slam Titles. In 1996 he became Tennis Director of The Springs Club in Rancho Mirage, California. Randy was then named Tennis Director at Indian Ridge Country Club in Palm Desert, California. Randy has won three USTA National Doubles titles; the National 40 Grass Courts, National 45 Indoors and the National 55 Hard Courts. He has been a USPTA certified professional for over 20 years who enjoys working with juniors and adults of all levels.
Josh Olivas, Teaching Pro
Joshua Olivas has been coaching elite junior and collegiate tennis since 2007. Olivas coached at a number of elite tennis academies and many of his players went on to play Division I collegiate tennis and some even played professional tennis and attained world rankings. Joshua has excellent communication and coaching skills and works effectively with students of all ages. Prior to his coaching career, Joshua was an ATP world-ranked professional tennis player (both singles and doubles) with 10 years experience on the ITF Futures, ATP Challenger and World Tour circuits. He trained at the famous Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy where he was coached by Nick Bollettieri, Fritz Nau and Red Ames. During Joshua’s career he was also coached by multiple former top 20 players such as Ronald Agenor and Cristiano Caratti.
Other Teaching Pros include: Ingrid Carlson, Deanne Larsell and Dominic Morelli