Mats Wilander


  • A true legend in the sport of tennis, capturing 33 singles and 7 doubles titles
  • Spent a total of 20 weeks ranked as the World’s #1 Ranked player
  • Inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 2002
  • Won seven Grand Slam titles: 3 French Open, 3 Australian Open and the U.S. Open
  • In 1988, he captured three of the four major singles titles and was indisputably No. 1 in the world
  • One of only five men (along with Jimmy Connors, Andre Agassi, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer) to have won Grand Slam singles titles on grass courts, hard courts, and clay courts.
  • The only man in tennis history to have won at least two Grand Slam singles titles on each of the three surfaces
  • Defeated both John McEnroe and Ivan Lendl to capture the 1983 Australian Open
  • Captured the 1985 French Open defeating Ivan Lendl in the final
  • The key member of Sweden's Davis Cup dominance of the 1980's

Cameron Lickle


  • Graduate of the United States Naval Academy in 2003

  • Captain of the Naval Academy’s tennis team in 2002 & 2003

  • Played #1 while at the Naval Academy

  • Selected to serve as “Captain of the Captains” by all other sports team Captains in 2003

  • Inducted to the Naval Academy Sports Hall of Fame in 2003

  • Currently playing ITF Futures events


Nima Roshan


  • ATP touring professional who has seen his singles ranking improve 400+ spots and his doubles climb nearly 1100 spots since turning pro

  • Brings excitement to the game with his world class serve and his lightening quick speed

  • Captured 3 Futures doubles titles in 2008 (Mexico and Costa Rica); finalist in Ireland. Reached doubles finals in an Australian ATP Challenger event in 2007.

  • Singles highlights include reaching the quarter finals of an ATP Challenger event in Australia, the finals of Futures events in Mexico and the semi-finals of Futures events in the USA and China.

  • BYU #1 Singles, #1 Doubles (Junior and Senior Year)