Jimmy Arias


  • Former World #5
  • Former U.S Open Semi-Finalist
  • Former French Open Mixed Doubles Champion
  • 1984 Olympic Bronze Medal
  • Captured five ATP singles titles
  • Former Italian Open Champion
  • Career victories over Andre Agassi, John McEnroe, Boris Becker and former Wimbledon Champion Pat Cash
  •  1983 ATP Most Improved Award
  • Leading television commentator for ESPN and Tennis Channel

Mikael Pernfors


  • Back by popular demand!
  • One of the most entertaining players in the world to watch live 
  • Former #10 Player in the World
  • 1986 French Open Finalist, defeating Boris Becker and Stefan Edberg en route to the Championship Match
  • Three career ATP Titles defeating Andre Agassi in the L.A. final and Todd Martin to win Canadian Open
  • Career victories over Becker, Agassi, John McEnroe, Mats Wilander, Pete Sampras, Jim Courier, Thomas Muster,  Sergi Bruguera and Michael Stich
  • Two-Time NCAA Singles Champion for the University of Georgia
  •  ATP Tour's Most Improved Player in 1986, and its Comeback Player of the Year award in 1993 

Ryler DeHeart

  • Captured national acclaim by battling Rafael Nadal in 2008 U.S. Open Round #2
  • Played for the Delaware Smash of Billie Jean King's World TeamTennis (WTT)
  • Member of 2003 NCAA Championship Team at University of Illinois
  • Two-time All American and Ranked #1 in the ITA Singles Rankings

Gail Brodsky

  • Very popular returning Classic Player

  • Career high ranking of #217 in the World

  • Former USTA Girls National 18 & Under Champion, defeating rising star CoCo Vandeweghe in the finals
  • Winner of 3 ITF Women's Singles titles

  • Participated in the U.S. Open Main Draw in 2008 and 2009


Nima Roshan


  •  A Pro Tennis Classic event favorite makes his return

  • Currently ranked at a career high #253 in the World in doubles

  • Won 8 pro futures doubles events internationally

  • Has been ranked in top 600 singles ATP and 300 doubles ATP

  • Played #1 singles and doubles at BYU

  • Brings excitement to the game with his world class serve and his lightening quick speed


Megan Fudge
  • Four-time All Big Ten Selection at University of Illinois 
  • Ended career with 97 singles victories, tied for thrid all-time at Illinois
  • Experience playing on European tour
  • Academic All Big Ten Honoree
  • Former Assistant Coach at Ball State University