History and Tradition

Professional Tennis

A number of our Elite Tennis alums have continued to exhibit the talent, will, and perseverance necessary to compete with the best players in the world.


Reached the top 100 in the world on either the ATP or WTA Tours

Current and Former Players

Have won professional circuit titles

Futures/Challenger Titles

Have been captured.

Major Championships

2018 U.S. Open Doubles

2018 Wimbledon Doubles

2014 Wimbledon Doubles

2011 U.S. Open Mixed Doubles

ATP Touring Professional: Jack Sock

Jack Sock began playing tennis at eight years old, moved to Kansas City when he was ten, and the rest is history.

Here are some highlights of his professional career:2018 U.S. Open Doubles Champion

  • 2018 Wimbledon Doubles Champion

  • 2018 ATP Tour Doubles Champion

  • 2018 No. 2 World Doubles ranking

  • 2017 Paris Masters Champion

  • 2017 No. 8 world ranking

  • 2016 Olympic Gold Medal in mixed doubles

  • 2014 Wimbledon Doubles Champion

  • 2011 U.S. Open Mixed Doubles Champion

  • 2010 U.S. Open Junior Champion

  • 2010 USTA Boys’ 18s Nationals Champion

  • Won four-consecutive State Championships with Blue Valley North (80-0 record)

  • 18 USTA National Junior titles


Collegiate Tennis

The Elite staff have been collaborating with college coaches for decades. We will take whatever time is necessary to assist our players during the college selection process. Our resources, contacts and history in this sphere are a strength of the Elite program.

The collegiate tradition of our academy graduates speaks to their tremendous commitment to continued excellence. The ability for so many to take their game to the next level is special.

Million Dollars

of scholarship money has been earned along the way


Individual Titles


have become Division I All-Americans


Championship Team Titles

Many other Elite players have attended outstanding NCAA Division I, II, III and NAIA schools and acquired scholarships as well.

  • ACC — Duke, North Carolina, Georgia Tech
  • Big East — Notre Dame, Marquette
  • Big Ten — Michigan, Iowa, Penn State, Illinois, Nebraska, Ohio State
  • Big Twelve — Texas, Baylor, Kansas, Oklahoma
  • Ivy League — Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, Dartmouth
  • Pac Ten — Stanford, Arizona State, Colorado
  • SEC — Florida, South Carolina, Tennessee