Featured Coach

Max Filippov

–As a coach for the professional tennis player Ksenia Lykina, he won 3 Bronze Medals at the 2011 World Universiade Games organized in China; The World Universiade Games is the largest multi-sport event in the world garnering best student-athletes from universities around the globe and organized by International University Sports Federation;
– As a coach, he won 2 Gold Medals in the 2015 All Russian Championship;
– As a coach, he was the singles finalist and doubles winner of the 2016 Russian Cup, the annual foremost national Russian sports award given to tennis players, coaches, companies and other organizations and people that contributed in the development of that sport in Russia;
– As a professional tennis player, he won the Gold Medal at the 2009 Kazakhstan Universiade Games;
– He reached the highest national singles ranking of 4 in 2005;
– As a professional tennis player, he won the 2008 National Kazakhstan Championship men’s singles;
– As a professional tennis player, he won 3 times the National Kazakhstan Championship men’s doubles in 2004, 2005, and 2008;
– As a junior tennis player, he won the 2005 National Kazakhstan Junior Championship in the category of 18 and under for both singles and doubles;
– As a junior tennis player, he won the Gold Medal at the 2005 All School Games in Kazakhstan.

Mr. Filippov holds membership in several reputable organization requiring outstanding achievements such as: Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) Filippov has been a member of the ATP World Tour and has earned ATP World Rankings of No. 738 in singles and No. 452 in doubles, Global Professional Tennis Coach Association (GPTCA), a well-known organization dedicated to improving the performance of tennis coaches to enable them to help aspiring pro players and take world-class tennis to even a higher level. GPTCA organizes courses, certified by the ATP, in member countries on a yearly basis through National Presidents, Tennis Federation of the Republic of Tatarstan, one of Russia’s regional Tennis Federations.