Timon Corwin, Managing Director of Tennis
Timon Corwin, Managing Director of Tennis joined Western Racquet Club in June 2010. Previously he served as the Senior Director for Junior and Collegiate Competition for USTA Player Development in Boca Raton, Florida. He was also the Men's Athletics Director and Men's Tennis Coach at Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Corwin was named Intercollegiate Tennis Association's NCAA Division III National Coach of the Year in 1997 and Midwest Regional Coach of the Year in 1999. From 1993-2007, Corwin was also the USTA National Tournament Director for the USTA Boys' 16 & 18 National Championships. In 2014, Corwin was enshrined into the ITA Men's Collegiate Tennis Hall of Fame.
Corwin played professionally after a successful collegiate career at Kalamazoo College. As an eight-time All-American in singles and doubles with the Kalamazoo men's tennis team from 1983-86, Corwin led his squad to the 1986 NCAA Division III team championship title while winning the singles crown. That year, Corwin was the recipient of the ITA's National Arthur Ashe Award for Leadership and Sportsmanship. Corwin went on to complete a post-graduate fellowship at Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms University in Bonn, Germany in 1987 and earned his law degree from the Marquette University Law School in 1992.
Scott Carson, Associate Director of Tennis, Head Tennis Pro, and Adult Tennis Coordinator
Scott is a USPTA certified teaching professional and serves as Western Racquet Club's Head Tennis Pro. Scott played four years of tennis at UW LaCrosse. In 2012, Scott was named the Wisconsin USPTA Pro of the Year.
Heidi Vizgaitis,Director of 10 & Under Tennis and Junior Program Coordinator
Marko Selak, Tennis Professional
Scott Broady, Tennis Professional
Former Assistant Tennis Coach and All-conference #1 singles and #1 doubles at Nebraska Wesleyan University. Named 2007 Nebraska Adult Player of the Year
Ira Meiling, Tennis Professional, Head Stringing Professional
Ira is USPTA certified and the 2005 Lake Michigan Conference Rookie of the Year. In 2005-2006 he was the LCM #1 Singles Champion and the LCM #1 Doubles Champion.
Scot Muehlmeier, Head Paddle Professional
Growing up in Brookfield, Scot played tennis for Brookfield Central and then Carroll University. Scot has a passion and love for paddle tennis, is a member of the USPTA, and is in the process of completing his American Platform Tennis certification. He started playing platform tennis over 20 years ago and has been helping to grow the game ever since.