Luke Jensen, Director of Racquet Sports
Currently, Luke spends a few weeks of the year coaching professional tennis players Kim Clijsters and Jack Sock (among others) as the head coach for the World Team Tennis New York Empire team. This is Luke’s 11th year coaching WTT and in 2020 his team won it all defeating the Chicago Smash to raise the Billie Jean King Trophy as World Team Tennis Champions.
Luke has previously held the title of Director of Racquet Sports at both the Forbes Five Star Sea Island Resort and West Side Tennis Club of Forest Hills Country Club where he was the first to hold that title in the club’s more than 130 year history.
Additionally, Luke serves as a TV commentator and roving reporter for ESPN covering Grand Slam events such as the US Open, the Australian Open, and Wimbledon. Luke’s entertaining personality has endeared him to all of the tennis greats on tour and he is considered one of the most popular personalities in tennis.
Abigail played 20 Years on the WTA and ITF Circuit as a professional playing both singles and doubles. She partnered with different doubles players that taught teamwork and dedication as well as the mental beast of competing in singles and problem solving.
She has helped coach her doubles partners on the road which has been valuable in transitioning into coaching instead of competing. She has learned from and worked with her fitness coach for almost 20 years. This has given her the experience of working with people of all levels of
experience, ages, and backgrounds.
Abigail has been coaching and developing different levels of players with her very own business in Colorado Springs for the last year and a half.
A former Wimbledon semi-finalist and National and Wimbledon Junior Champion, Sally Moore Huss has played tennis her whole life. Huss gathered championships and rankings during her younger years. Then through her work in dance therapy, zen and tai chi she created a unique way of teaching and playing tennis. Sally’s tennis improved so much that she went back on the major tour for a brief time, playing her happy go lucky form of tennis. This is how she was introduced to Colorado Springs. The Virginia Slims Tour took her here to play a very memorable match against the #4 player in the world, Wendy Overton, and she won. Sally Huss has a wealth of tennis knowledge that she must share with all athletes.
Dr. Mike Lovato, IPTPA LEVEL 2 CERTIFIED
Regis College tennis 1 singles and doubles 4 years, 4.5+ level doubles PB in tourneys. Two gold medals and multiple bronze medals in men’s and mixed doubles. Dr. Lovato loves to coach sports especially pickleball and tennis.