Bryan Jeong is a Bay Area native who prides himself in his holistic approach to coaching, where building integrity and character comes before becoming a championship level athlete.
Coach Bryan currently serves as Head Coach for the Cañada College Women's Tennis Team, as Head Coach for San Mateo High School Girls Tennis, and as Head of Tennis for Mid Peninsula High School. In addition, Coach B. strives to serve local education as an Assistant Kinesiology Professor and member of the Academic Senate
With roots in the Bay Area, Coach B. graduated with a BA in English Literature from the University of San Francisco, followed by the completion of his M.Ed in Coaching Education and Athlete Development at Xavier University.
Coach B. has an NTRP rating of 5.5.
Eric was born in Chicago but grew up in California. He played high level USTA tournaments and played high school tennis for Serra. In 2013, Serra tennis made it all the way to the NorCal Finals, finishing second.
Eric went on to play college tennis at the University of Redlands. While in university, he received an English degree with a minor in Economics.
Eric enjoys teaching kids to help them grow in their tennis skills, as well as life skills. He brings a fun, positive attitude to every class, with the added intention of
improving in tennis skills.
As Assistant Director of Operations, he ensures that players are learning and progressing, but most importantly, having fun. Other responsibilities include ongoing training of our junior coaches, to ensure that all coaches are coaching according to our coaching philosophy.
In his spare time, Eric likes to read biographies and crime novels, play soccer and tennis, and play with his two German Shepherds.
Born and raised in Paris, France, Mylene took up tennis
around 2 or 3 years old. Most of her family played, so she decided to try it. She fell in love with the game right
away and never put down the racquet.
Mylene was in the top 10 in France in Juniors tennis and participated in the top national and international tournaments. She qualified for the prestigious “Les Petits As” at 14 years
old and played in “La Baule,”
and several ITF tournaments
she was 17 years old.
Mylene then moved to the United States to play for four years at the University of San Francisco, where she started at number 5 and ended at number 2. She played singles and doubles all four years
and earned All-WCC Second Team
Singles two years in a row.
After her NCAA career, she started coaching at the Bay Club Redwood Shores, then coached for a year and a half at the California Tennis Club. She also coached summer camps at the University of San Francisco and at the Silicon Valley Tennis Academy. She has experience working with
junior and adult players.
In 2016, she joined the USTA NorCal in their marketing department to help grow the game of tennis. She continued to be in close contact with junior and adult players
and joined in on a few clinics.
Mylene is excited to be back on court and help you succeed in tennis, no matter what your goal is!
Nikhil lives in San Mateo and is a junior at The Menlo School in Atherton. Nikhil has been playing tennis since he was 8 years old and is currently a player on the National Top 10 Menlo Boys Varsity Tennis Team. Joining the team in his freshman year, Nikhil helped his team win the CCS Championships in 2021. He plans to continue playing competitive tennis in college.
Nikhil enjoys teaching kids of all ages, skill levels, and learning abilities at PTA. He hopes to pass along his love of the sport to the kids he works with so they can enjoy tennis for life.
Nikhil’s coaching philosophy is simple: create fun and engaging lesson plans, encourage kids to learn something new every day, and build an environment of enthusiasm and positivity.