Staff & Pros - 2022

Stewards

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Luke Webb, Senior Steward & Operations Manager

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Lucas Nault, Club Steward

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Neha Ijaz, Club Steward

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Waverley Mulligan, Club Steward

Rishi Laird, Summer Camp Director

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Hi everyone, my name is Rishi Laird! I am happy to be the Camp Director at the club this year. I will be heading into my first year of University in the fall doing a dual degree in Commerce and Law. I have been a member of the Kingston Tennis Club since I was young, and have enjoyed being a camper, volunteer as well as camp counsellor over the years. In my spare time, I enjoy playing tennis, hockey and golf. I look forward to meeting everyone and having an amazing season with our lovely new clubhouse!

Staff Instructor, Isaac Jones

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Isaac returns to the KTC coaching team this season as Teaching Pro. Isaac is a long-time member who previously served as Camp Instructor, Teaching Pro and Club Pro. Isaac holds the Club Professional 1 Certification from Tennis Professionals Association (TPA) Canada and a Bachelor of Science with specialization in Human Kinetics from the University of Ottawa. Currently working in Real Estate management, Isaac spends his spare time playing tennis, volleyball and rock climbing. 

Staff Instructor, Tony Roth

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Tony has been involved in tennis since the age of nine, when his family moved to Kingston and he discovered the KTC. This led to a journey that spanned through provincial, national and varsity levels as a player, and has included coaching and program development in diverse roles, from club pro to national touring coach. While completing an M.A. in Philosophy at Queen's, and achieving the Coach IV level of certification with Tennis Canada, Tony published his book Noble Tennis: The Wisdom of Sport. This led to the creation of the Noble Tennis School, which has developed a distinctive culture, pathways, program protocols and methodology over the past twenty years. In 2021 Tony returned to where it all started, the KTC. He is working with the board, staff and members to enhance existing programs and create new ones, for the benefit of both junior and adult members. Tony oversees all the NTS programming at the Club, and runs some of the classes himself. He is also available for private instruction on a limited basis.