Bill Fletcher, Director of Tennis / Owner
Bill has spent the past 20 years creating comprehensive and competitive tennis programming for all ages. From nationally competitive juniors through adult USTA national champions. Bill's influence in the tennis industry is far reaching. For three consecutive years his program was named one of the Top 50 tennis programs in the nation by the Tennis Industry Association. In 2010, he was named Facility Manger of the Year by USPTA / PNW. For the second time, in 2012, he was named Coach of the Year; he has also won several awards for this energetic teaching style and innovative drills.
Samuel Fecteau, Tennis Professional
Hailing from Providence, Rhode Island, Sam competed at his local college before discovering his love for teaching. Prior to moving to Oregon in 2019, he worked as the Assistant Director at an academy training nationally-ranked juniors. His 15 years of experience, emphasis on continued education, and enthusiasm for teaching allows him to work with a range of students to meet their needs. When he’s not on the courts, Sam enjoys camping, hiking, and traveling.
David Chun, Tennis / Pickleball Professional
David Chun is a USPTA Elite Tennis Professional, and a high-performance coach. He has been coaching for over 20 years in Southern Oregon. He is also a certified licensed Unbeatable Mind coach (mental toughness coach) and he incorporates the UM system into his tennis coaching and personal life. Formerly, David proudly served in the United States Air Force. David is available for private and group tennis and pickleball lessons and looks forward to serving the membership of the Salem Tennis and Swim Club.
Andy Kerr was born in Germany and moved to Yakima, Washington when he was 7. He got his start playing tennis with his family at the age of nine. His freshman year, Andy went to the junior varsity tennis try-outs and was quickly bumped to varsity. He's loved tennis ever since. In High School Andy went undefeated in singles in his region both his junior and senior years and was also the reigning champion in a mini tennis game called “M.U.F.F.” His mini tennis skills landed him a college scholarship and he played at the NAIA and D3 levels. Besides being a tennis instructor, Andy is a graphic designer, artist, and children's book author. Andy loves working with both adults and kids and looks forward to meeting new people and helping others get better at their game.
Gary Wheeler, Tennis Professional