Marc Jordan

Over 20 successful years as a Tennis Professional and Director of Tennis

  • • 30+ amateur tennis titles in 48 months
  • • Certified by the United States Professional Tennis Association
  • • Head Racquet Sports Staff Professional


  • • B.L.S. in Psychology, St. Edward’s University, Graduated with Magna Cum Laude Honors
  • • Areas of study included Kinesiology and Sports Management
  • • Dr. Jim Loehr, Sport Psychologist, Science of Sport, 34 class hours


  • • USTA Texas Section’s National Nominee for Outstanding Performance in the USA Tennis Initiative
  • • USPTA Excellence Award in Tennis Career Development


  • • Successfully teach, train, direct, manage and coach players of all ages and levels from beginner to professional, including high school champions and college competitors
  • • Motivate players with enthusiasm to achieve success when they thought they couldn’t
  • • Increase individual’s stamina, balance and coordination through skill set development, videos and proper techniques
  • • Organize and coordinate tennis programs that best fit player’s interest
  • • Instruct recreational and serious players with successful outcome and improvement
  • • Teach players rules of game, philosophy and strategies; break down each area step-by-step and answer questions until players understand and are comfortable playing
  • • Texas 5A High School Tennis Champions
  • • USTA Texas Super 18’s Singles and Doubles Champions
  • • USTA Texas Super 14’s and 16’s Singles and Doubles Champions
  • • USTA Texas Super Championship Excellence invitational Tournaments
  • • USTA Regional 12’s Competition, Oklahoma City
  • • Orange Bowl International Junior Tennis Championships, Miami, Florida
  • • Easter Bowl International Junior Tennis Championships, Pasadena, California
  • • USTA Regional/Sectional Team Competition for Texas, Louisiana, California and Florida
  • • USTA National Junior Hard Court Championships, San Diego, California
  • • USTA National Junior Clay Court Championships, Virginia Beach and Ft. Lauderdale
  • • USTA National Junior Indoor Championships, Houston and St. Louis


  • • Hill Country Junior Tennis League, Head Pro and Manager, Member of the Organization of the USTA
  • • Anderson Mill Tennis Program
  • • USA Team Tennis
  • • Williamson County Association for the Advancement of Tennis, Member of the Organization of the USTA
  • • Westwood Community School at West Wood High School
  • • Leander/Cedar Park Junior Tennis Development Program
  • • United States Tennis Association’s School Program
  • • Tennis Industry Association’s Fifty-Million-Dollar USA Tennis Initiative
  • • TIA Tennis Welcome Center,