The club offers lessons to club members and non-members. For private or group lessons, contact one of the CTC pros directly:
Lou Yanucci: 617-354-0303 (email@example.com);
Doug Eng: 617-281-8368;
Rick Rose: 617-642-3448 (firstname.lastname@example.org) ;
Steve Counihan: 781-929-7455
Mia Wallace: 617 447-4449 (email@example.com)
Group lessons of 3-6 players are available in 60 minute or 90 minute programs depending on interest. Group lessons are arranged by ability level and require signing up ahead of time. Lesson rates vary and can be confirmed by contacting the Pros directly.
If you need to cancel: Club members are required to give 24-hour cancellation notice prior to a scheduled lesson or they will be charged for the cost of the lesson.
Tennis lessons may be offered to non-members upon payment of the appropriate guest fee (Non-prime adult $15 or Junior $10) per lesson.
There are 5 tennis professionals at the club:
Lou graduated from Boston College with a BS in Management. He also holds an MBA from Suffolk University. As a racquet/fitness club management professional, Lou has successful experience in directing and supervising all aspects of club operations including membership sales, maintenance, budget responsibilities, social functions and marketing.
He also has extensive involvement in developing tennis programming within the adult, junior and team formats including expertise in technical theory, conducting lessons/clinics and organizing tournaments. He has held GM positions at Weston Racquet Club, Flextime Tennis LLC, Orangetheory Fitness and Wellbridge Athletic Club.
Lou’s tennis background includes working at Sergio Tacchini, NA as the National Director of Marketing for the footwear division as well as seven years as a teaching pro. Lou has had numerous USTA/New England rankings in Mens’s Singles in various age groups including four in the top ten.
Lou is a huge fan of the Red Sox and Bruins and enjoys music, art and photography.
Lou can be reached on his cell at 781-254-7168.
Email: Lou Yanucci
Rich has been teaching at Cambridge Tennis Club for over 25 years.
He runs adult, junior and pee wee group clinics as well as private and
Rick has headed the City of Cambridge Recreation Department Tennis
League every summer for some 25 years. He got to see one of his students
advance to playing #1 Singles and #1 Doubles in a Division I college
this year. Rick started coaching this student at age 4 through the
Cambridge Recreation League and continued coaching him as a CTC Junior
In the off-season Rick plays senior doubles in the Palm Beach County
Grand Slam Tennis League. He and his team won the Premier Division in
Rick's cellphone: 617-642-3448
Email: Rick Rose
Doug has taught tennis for 30 years and coached college tennis for more than 20 years. He is a PTR International Master Professional and a USPTA Master Professional, one of ten worldwide to hold both honors. He was President of PTR New England and is current President of USPTA New England. He has also trained and certified coaches for PTR, USPTA, and USTA. Doug is a member of the USTA Sport Science Committee and received the Doc Counsilman Award from the US Olympic Committee in 2012.
Doug also directs adult programs at the Tennis Academy at Harvard and teaches at MIT and BAC in the winter. Doug is a USTA High Performance Coach and has coached several All-Americans, an NCAA Singles Championship and the youngest Davis Cup player in history. He teaches sport management and sport psychology at Lesley University. Besides tennis, Doug's passions include movies and scuba. His favorite foods are anything spicy, chili and a great bowl of clam chowder!
Doug can be reached for lessons at: 617-281-8368
Email: Doug Eng
Steve Counihan was born and raised in Cambridge and he goes back a long way with the CTC. He taught here from 1990 to 1998, and at Braeburn Country Club from 1999 to 2007. He's taught tennis for "about 35 years.
Steve was the resident pro at the Park Hotel Holzner in Sopra-Bolzano, Italy for 9 years and can offer CTC member tennis lessons in Italian and German.
Steve can be reached at: 781-929-7455.
Mia currently plays tennis for Boston University after previously playing for Elon University in North Carolina. Before college, she competed for Arlington High School and was a two-time All-Scholastic selection (Boston Globe and Boston Herald), winner of the North State Individual Singles title, and was a Massachusetts Singles State finalist as a senior in 2017. She completed her senior year with an undefeated high school season and was named the Boston Globe Player of the Year for her efforts.
A two-time Middlesex League MVP and All-Star. She frequently played USTA tournaments as a junior player, with one of her biggest wins as the champion of the New England Clay Court Championships. She previously taught at Manchester Athletic Club in Manchester MA.
Mia Wallace: 617 447-4449 (firstname.lastname@example.org)