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Brian Wilson was ranked #1 in Southern California in the juniors before attended the University of Illinois on a scholarship. In 2003 Brian was the NCAA doubles champion and the team went undefeated and won the NCAA team championship. In 2004 Brian was ranked #1 in the NCAA singles. Brian played on the ATP tour for five years and won over 15 titles in singles and doubles. He played in the main draw of the US Open and Australian Open. While playing World Team Tennis Brian had wins over Pete Sampras and Patrick Rafter.
Since Brian started coaching in 2008, he has been involved in the most successful and acclaimed tennis centers in the Intermountain region. The Darling Tennis Center was chosen as one of the first Regional Training Centers in the country and Brian has coached in over a dozen of the USTA RTC camps. Recently, Brian was promoted to Senior RTC coach and has facilitated training for the 3 day camps as well as help communicate the USTA teaching/coaching philosophy.
Novak Djokovic was one of the first players Dusan has worked with (also Andrea Petkovic and Ksenia Pervak) after his professional tennis career. He started playing tennis as an 11 year old in Belgrade Serbia, and tennis was not his sport of choice until he turned 14 (he was active in gymnastics and track & field, especially the javelin, which helped him develop one of the World's best serves, clocked around 150mph!). Dusan was a top ranked junior under 14's 16's and 18's in Yugoslavia and competed internationally. During his long career he was an Olympian in XXVII Summer Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia, representing Yugoslavia. He possesses a vast experience on ATP WORLD TOUR as he played in all 4 Grand Slams and his best results were 2 Grand slam semifinals at Roland Garros ’08, Australian Open ’10, quarterfinals US Open ’08 and 1/8 finals Wimbledon '06 all in doubles. Dusan has also been part of Davis Cup for 20 seasons, as a part of a practice squad, a player and a coach, and has a record of 20 wins and 9 losses as a player, playing in total of 18 ties.
Dusan has transitioned to very successful coaching career. His experience, tennis knowledge, organizational and tournament planning skills together with great people skills help make a positive impact on some of the World's best players, all whom have trusted in Dusan, and worked with him as their coach, consultant and technical advisor.
Greg Shearer was a top ranked junior in New Zealand. He played his collegiate tennis at Fresno State playing #1 singles and doubles. He transferred to Baylor University for his Senior year, in which his team was ranked #1 in the country and went 33-1, losing in the NCAA Division I final and with an individual ranking of #40 in singles and #26 in doubles. Internationally, Greg played 4 seasons of professional club tennis in Germany and many international junior tournaments. After graduating from Baylor with a Masters Degree in Sports Management, Greg traveled with several top 100 WTA players and top 50 ITF juniors and coached at all 4 grand slams multiple times. Players Greg has worked with are also spread throughout colleges across America including Stanford, UCLA, USC, Harvard, Georgetown and many more! He has over 7 years of coaching experience at Weil, Eagle Fustar and Player Capital Tennis Academies.