Racquet Sports

Meet the Pros

  • Chuck Reisig
    Chuck Reisig Director of Tennis, USPTA Elite Pro

    With more than 20 years of teaching experience, Chuck sets the standard for other pros through his commitment to the tennis teaching profession and continuing education. His coaching philosophy incorporates all sport sciences, including; sports medicine, biomechanics, motor learning, sports psychology, nutrition and sports physiology.Chuck has been the director of tennis at the Tucson J since 1997. Prior to that he had was the head pro at La Paloma Country Club and Ventana Country Club and was an assistant coach for the University of Arizona Men’s Tennis Team. He received his BSBA from the University of Arizona in 1987. For more information on tennis instruction, please call Chuck Reisig at 520-299-3000 x151.

  • Sasha Cooke
    Sasha Cooke Head Squash and Assistant Tennis Professional

    Sasha Cooke has taught squash for over three decades. He has been an assistant coach at Yale, head coach at Trinity College, Wesleyan University, and St Lawrence University. He has taught lessons and junior clinics at the New Haven Lawn Club, the Piping Rock Club, and the Union Club in NYC. In the 1980’s he was ranked among the top 10 U.S. professional players. Many of his junior players have gone on to play successfully at the college level and many of his top college players he introduced to the game. He believes in a few simple techniques, a clear picture of the game and high energy! To Schedule a session, please call (802) 380-8525


  • Dalton Reisig
    Dalton Reisig Junior Tennis Pro

    Dalton has been instructing summer camps and Junior Tennis Clinics for 4 years. He played #1 Doubles and #2 Singles for Pima Community College in 2017. Dalton Also played a major role in Catalina Foothills winning two State Team Championships in Men’s Tennis and also won the State Championship in individual Doubles his senior year.

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