Director of Tennis
As a junior player, Dolberg was ranked in the top 10 in the nation, from the Boys 12s Division through the Boys 18s Division. He has 2 gold balls in doubles and one bronze in singles. He reached the finals of the USTA Boys Singles 16s National Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich. and reached the Semifinals in Kalamazoo in doubles when he was 18. He also reached the finals of Eddie Herr singles in the 16’s, and the finals of Orange Bowl as a youngster. In High School he was named Class 1a Athlete of the Year in Florida.
His collegiate career spanned from 2002-2006 at the University of Florida where he was ranked in the top five in the nation throughout. Dolberg was a two-time SEC champion and three-time SEC tournament champion, in addition to two semifinal appearances in the NCAA Men’s Tennis Tournament.
His coaching career has seen him mentor and instruct some of the top American players in the nation, including Jesse Levine and Ryan Sweeting who both reached the top 50 ATP. Notable juniors who have played with Jordan include Brennan Boyaijian, a number one singles player for the University of North Carolina Tar Heels; Zack McCourt, a top three singles player for Princeton; Antonio Pena, a number one singles player for Hofstra; Cannon Kingsley who will attend Ohio State in the fall, among other top juniors.
Erik played national division and started coaching in 1998. After obtaining his degree in Physical Education in 1999, in 2000 he became National Coach of the Italian Tennis Federation and in 2007 obtained the qualification of European Coach with a two-year specializing course in tennis coaching. He is a Professional PTR Performance Coach, GPTCA LEVEL B International Coach and a certified Tennis Fitness coach and throughout the years has worked with Tennis Europe, ITF and WTA players.
Guy Gebbia combines an intense work ethic with principles of team building and a focus on meeting objectives. Born and raised in Nyack, NY, Guy was a three time Rockland County Men's Singles Champion. He was the number one singles and doubles player for Fordham University, where he was the recipient of the Vincent T. Lombardi award, which honors the school's most outstanding male athlete of the year.
As a player, Clint was a multi-year letter winner at Clemson University for Coach Chuck Kriese. During his time there, the Tigers were ranked as high as 5th in the country. Clint comes to West Rock from center court tennis academy where he has worked with the full-time performance program.
Rafa, after his junior career he has coached at various clubs in the United States, most notably at the Fort Lee Racquet Club and Montammy Golf Club. Rafa has a multitude of experience allowing him to teach juniors and adults of all levels.
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