Luis Rosado


Luis Rosado, the founder and former professional Tennis player, has over 20 years of tennis experience, first as a player and then as teaching professional (USPTA Certified). Luis has taught tennis in Mexico, Florida, New York, North Carolina, Maryland and Virginia. Luis, currently a 5.5 USTA player, was nationally ranked top 4 in Mexico for 18 years and under and played tournaments in Europe and South America. After receiving a full scholarship and playing the #1 spot for James Madison University, Luis graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance. His mission is to “give everyone the opportunity to learn about tennis, a sport you can play your whole life.”


Jeanise Rosado has successfully organized group classes, tournaments, after school programs and summer camps. In 2015 Jeanise was Head Coach for the Briar Woods High School girls varsity tennis team. In her first season Jeanise lead the girls team to win first place in Districts. Along with the team win, she also coached the #1 Double’s Team to District Champions, Regional Champions (first time in Briar Woods history) and runner up in States. Jeanise is also passionate about coaching the younger children in the Academy. Her goal is to have all the 8 and under children participate in the Spring 8U red ball teams.  “It is very important that a child’s first introduction to tennis is a positive one. I incorporate fun and learning in all my 8U classes. My overall goal is to empower all our athletes to be their best on and off the court”.



Kenny Yi has been coaching at LRTA for 3 years.  He has been playing tennis for 11 years and played competitively for about 5 years.  Coach Luis was his coach for 2 years when he was young and helped start his love for tennis.  Kenny played 3 years of high school tennis and was a member of the Riverside Boys Tennis team that won the state championship in 2018.  Currently, Kenny attends GMU as a sophomore and id studying Finance.  His motivation is to see each student’s individual growth as a player and as a person and he is always so thankful to have been a part of their tennis journey.