Brenda Niemeyer | Director of Tennis
email: brendaniemeyer@courtyardtennisclub.com
Lesson Rates https://cytc.com/lesson-rates/

Brenda was raised in Knippa Texas, attended Schreiner College and graduated from University of Texas San Antonio with a Bachelor of Science degree. As a high school tennis player, Brenda starred on her team where she won the State UIL Singles Title 3 years in a row. Her success continued while attending Schreiner College helping her team win Nationals and gaining induction into the Schreiner Hall of Fame. After finishing her degree Brenda played on the WTA tour attaining a world ranking in both singles and doubles. Brenda began her teaching career as Head Coach of UT–San Antonio and later St Edwards University where she earned Conference and Regional Coach of the year awards for both Universities. Brenda has extensive experience with juniors, adults, and seniors. She was the Director of Juniors at Sonterra Country Club in San Antonio, an Assistant Teaching Pro at Lost Creek in Austin and a Teaching Pro at Sun City in Georgetown. Brenda was named Capitol Area Tennis Association Pro of the year in 2016.

 

Brent Krivokapich | Tennis Pro
email: brentkrivokapich@yahoo.com
Lesson Rates https://cytc.com/lesson-rates

Brent Krivokapich is originally from Farmington, New Mexico but has spent more than 10 years teaching and coaching players of all ages and abilities in Texas.  He attended the Professional Tennis Management program at Tyler Junior College in Tyler, Texas. He graduated from the PTM program and received his Associates Degree in Business Management.  While attending the PTM program Brent coached and organized the Tyler Junior College Club Tennis Team. He also coached at the world-renowned John Newcombe’s Tennis Ranch in New Braunfels, Texas during time away from TJC. Brent graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from University of Texas at Tyler. Brent was an assistant coach at Tyler Junior College for 5 seasons. He played an integral role in two NJCAA Women’s Tennis National Championships and one NJCAA Men’s Tennis National Championship. In 2015 he was awarded the ITA (Intercollegiate Tennis Association) Assistant Coach of the Year for both the Men’s and Women’s division. He now works as a high-performance coach at Mac 360 Academy working with beginner, intermediate and advanced players.  In addition to his years of tennis expertise, Brent brings extensive knowledge on exercise, movement and performance from his experience working at APEC (Accelerate Performance Enhancement Center). Brent is excited to be a part of the Courtyard Tennis Club and looks forward to working with you on the court.