Danny Witt is a USPTA Certified Professional who has spent more than 20 years developing competitive junior tennis player and has coached several Jacksonville area high school Players of the Year. Prior to establishing Witt Tennis, Danny served as the Director of Regional Development for Todd Martin Tennis and managed tennis clubs as the Director of Tennis. An All American at the University of North Florida, he comes from a tennis family, as brother David is the coach of Jesse Pegula the #3 ranked professional female player in the world.
Juan Coronel, born and raised in the republic of Panama, distinguished himself as a top junior and open player representing Panama in international competitions. A U.S. Citizen since 1986, Juan has over 35 years as a tennis professional working with juniors, as well as professional on the WTA and ATP professional tours. Juan traveled the world as a circuit player and coach, being based in Monte Carlo for years and now spends winter months as a private coach in the Tampa Bay area of Florida.
Ricardo “Flash” Williams – Olympic sprinter, All American, Personal Trainer, including tennis players
Ricardo believes that the MIND, BODY, and SOUL must work together to live a complete life.
As a child or young adult, he can help you refine your skills to be at the top of your game in whatever sport you choose. If you’re an adult, he can help you get into shape or help you maintain an active life no matter how old you are. He’s worked with beginners and accomplished athletes who want that “Olympic” edge to become the best.
Dash Connell was an NJCAA All-American at Tyler Junior College in doubles in 2003 after finishing No. 1 in the nation. He later joined the staff in 2009, serving as an assistant to Coach John Peterson and becoming the head coach in the 2012 season, He received the Donnelly Award from Billy Jean King in 2003 and later the ITA Arthur Ashe Sportsmanship Award for the junior college level. TJC has won national championships in men's tennis in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2010, 2013, 2018, 2019 and 2021; and in women's tennis in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2017, 2018, 2021 and 2022.