Member Login
 
Director of Sports
Marcin Rozpedski
Marcin was born in Warsaw, Poland coming to United States as a young boy. He spent most of his tennis training at the Van Der Meer Tennis Academy in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. At the age of 18, he won the Polish National Championship and became number one in Poland. In 1994 and 1995, he played in the Davis Cup for Poland as well as all major tennis tournaments around the World. In 1995, his professional career came to halt when he fell ill with malaria. Marcin settled in the desert while playing college tennis at College of the Desert and UCLA, which commenced his teaching career. His vast accomplishments include the 2016 US Open and National Pickleball Champion, Head Tennis Pro at The Ritz Carlton Hotel, Indian Ridge Country Club, Head Tennis Coach for College of the Desert, traveling with Ana Ivanovic as she won the French Open Championship, serving as the hitting partner for Victoria Azarenka as she became number one in the World.
 
Head Tennis Professional
Adam Jasick
Adam joined The Lakes in February 2014. Born and raised in Whitehall, Michigan, he is a graduate of Grand Valley State University with a B.S. in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Sport Pedagogy. Adam started his career at Van der Meer Tennis Academy working with World-class juniors and tour level players. He consults for many organizations on the development of 10 & Under Tennis programming and player development. Adam is a member of the Wilson National Speakers Bureau, a Tennis Industry Association Global Master Trainer and a graduate of the USTA High Performance Coaches Program. He has worked with the Indian Wells Tennis Garden Junior Academy, as a department manager for the BNP Paribas, served as the Executive Director of the NJTL of The Coachella Valley. During the summer months, Adam serves as the Director of Tennis at Onteora Club in Tannersville, New York. Adam loves blues music, travelling to new parts of the world and is a dog lover with two rescues of his own.
 
Tennis Hostess
Asia Hajduga
 
Tennis Hostess
Carol Hartson