John Letts - Owner, iTennis
A former Stanford All-American, U.S. Junior National Champion and ATP player and coach, John has been involved at the highest levels of tennis for over 40 years. After creating the largest tennis management company in Southern California with six facilities and thousands of students, John decided to turn his attention to creating the #1 academy in Southern California, founding the iTennis Performance Center in 2016. John's dream is to recreate the magic of his junior development days, where at his home training ground, the Jack Kramer club, a small tight-knit community produced three #1 in the world players (Pete Sampras, Lindsay Davenport & Tracy Austin) as well as numerous top twenty ATP and WTA tour players (Derrick Rostagno, Kimberly Po, Eliot Teltscher & others).
Selwyn Brereton - Executive Vice-President, Co-Owner iTennis La Habra, Cerritos, La Mirada
Selwyn Brereton has been an integral part of iTennis since the beginning. In addition to oversight of iTennis facilities, technology and maintenance functions, Selwyn also serves as Co-Tournament Director for the annual iTennis Gemdale USA Pro Open, an ITF Pro Tour $30K event with equal prize money for men and women held at iTennis Arcadia. Selwyn also is a highly-rated USTA tournament referee and line judge, often seen on-court at BNP Paribas Indian Wells and US Open Tour events!
Genya Trosman - Executive Director of Tennis, Co-Owner iTennis La Habra, Cerritos and La Mirada
Genya Trosman oversees all iTennis teaching staff, on-court programming for adults and juniors, product inventory and pro shop operations at all iTennis locations. As a USPTA-certified Elite Teaching Pro, Genya brings decades of tennis industry experience to his private clients and group clinic participants on a daily basis at iTennis Arroyo Seco in South Pasadena.
Tinisee Kandakai - iTennis Cerritos Site Manager
Tinisee Kandakai is the manager for iTennis Cerritos. She began playing tennis at age 4 and played for Solon High School starting varsity her freshmen year. She served as a team captain her final two seasons of high school and earned a district championship in doubles. She also started on track team her freshman year qualifying for states 3 out of her 4 years on the track team. She helped her School bring home the only two team state championships in it's history as well as earning and individual gold in 4X200 and placing 5th in 4X400. Tinisee went on to play tennis for Biola University and served as team captain as well as playing both doubles and singles for her team. Tinisee also served as a coach for fundamentals under Mitch Bridge. She graduated from Biola with her B.S in Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing Management.