Vahagn Tonakanyan

  • 2017 University Tennis National Champion (Western University)
  • 2014 U18 Nationals – 7th/8th Place
  • Started playing tennis at age 7
  • 2019 Men’s Winter League Finalist with Mayfair Lakeshore
  • 2019 Men’s TMTL A1 Champions with Kew Gardens



  • Top 40 Men’s open player in Canada
  • 2019 Ontario University Athletics Men’s Tennis player of the Year
  • 2017 University National Tennis Champion & MVP


Ashton Cross

  • 2x singles national champion
  • 2x doubles national champion
  • Provincial singles champion and two time provincial doubles champion
  • Played on the Canadian National Team from 2013-2018

Coulter Wright

  • Coulter lost a LOT of matches in college on his way to becoming an All-American in doubles in 1994 at University of New Mexico
  • Seniors Doubles Champion in over 35s and over 40s
  • That’s all.

Denis Davydov

  • National Junior Champion (Team) U19, Russia
  • Ranked Top 400 of (TE) Tennis Europe U16
  • Competed in ITF Junior and Pro Circuits
  • NCAA Division 1 Athlete for Merrimack College

Eric Ngyuyen

  • 3-Time Singles Junior Nationals Winner
  • 5-Time Doubles Junior Nationals Winner
  • NCAA College Tennis at Auburn University
  • Career High Junior ITF Ranking: #99
  • U14 Les Petits As Champion


  • Full Scholarship Tennis Athelete to DePaul University & Indiana State University
  • NCAA Doubles Ranking of 17
  • Finished 6th in Canada at U16 Nationals
  • Tennis Coach for over 25 years


Keenan O’Young

Marko Stakusic

Nicholas de Guzman

  • Mckendree University #1 doubles
  • GLVC Player of the week
  • 2019 Men’s A2 champion with Parkway Valley
  • 2019 Mixed Majors champions with Parkway Valley

Rafael Aita

  • Coming Soon


  • 2019 U16 Provincial Doubles Champion
  • 2019 OFSAA Doubles Champion
  • 2018 Roman Cup Doubles Champion
Sujit Das


  • 2013 Men’s OTA 5.0 Provincials Doubles Champion
  • Competes for Parkway Valley’s Majors Doubles Team
  • Head Tennis Professional at Mayfair Lakeshore
  • Head Tennis Professional at Bennington Height Tennis Club


  • Former Team Ontario member u14-18
  • Former University of West Florida player, 2014 Division 2 National Champion
  • Highest at #36 in Canada Open rankings