Our Pros

Nick Moxley Tennis Professional

Originally from Federal Way, Nick has played tennis for over 30 years and has taught tennis full time for 17 years. As a junior, Nick was nationally ranked, ranked #1 in the PNW, and was a state and sectional champion in both singles and doubles. As an adult, Nick has achieved a world ranking in doubles on the ATP tour and finished 2020 as the #3 ranked men’s open singles player in the PNW. Nick has now been at the TLTC for 12 years and the Head Tennis Pro for 8. Prior to the TLTC Nick was the Head Pro at The Hilton Waikoloa Village and Mauna Lani resorts on the Big Island of Hawaii for 5 years.

Ryan Paul Tennis Professional

Ryan has been teaching Tennis for 14 years in the PNW! He began his coaching career at Sprinker Tennis Center for 10 years before joining the TLTC family in 2017.  He enjoys coaching USTA players of all ages, including USTA teams and competitive juniors. Ryan played college for Green River CC where he won the NWAAC singles and doubles championship. He still enjoys competing for USTA teams and playing in local tournaments. Ryan is a PTR Teaching Professional.

Ryan Cassidy Tennis Professional

Ryan is a USPTA certified teaching professional who grew up in Vermont. Before joining the TLTC in 2019, he taught on Bainbridge Island as well as in Glendale, AZ. He has been teaching full time since 2005, with a specific focus on teaching doubles strategy and patterns. Ryan also works with all ages and levels from red ball on up, with a focus on footwork and stroke production to build an all around player on the court.

Callan Peterson Tennis Professional
Callan grew at the Tacoma Lawn Tennis Club and played in the Big Game Academy from age 8-15. He was a champs level tournament player who was consistently ranked in the top 20 in the PNW for his age group. Callan attended Stadium HS where he led the team to a league title, the first ever undefeated season, and back to back seasons of the team finishing top 3 in the State. Callan joined the pro staff at the TLTC in 2019. He enjoys teaching players of all levels, but his strength is in developing junior players. Callan plays on the men’s 5.0 team at the club.

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