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Sep 22, 2014

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John Mills – Resume


University Of Houston/Clear Lake Houston, TX
Independent Tennis Professional
Teach all ages and abilities of students.
Teach Lady’s groups for competitive team play
Teach Juniors groups evenings and Saturday mornings
Teach Men’s group
Critique U.S.T.A Junior tournaments for clients
Manage all aspects of Self Employment

Windemere Racquet and Swim Club Houston, TX
Head Professional and Pro Shop Owner
Managed 6 outdoor courts and two swimming pools.
Managed Tennis activities for home owners and 150 outside members.
Taught private and group lessons
Organized and ran men’s, ladies and mixed leagues weekly
Organized and ran junior activities
Organized and ran a variety of club tournaments.

Bay Area Racquet Club Houston, TX
Head Pro and Part Owner
Managed 10 outdoor lighted courts.
Managed two-story club house with food service, pro shop and services.
Membership ran form 250 to 350
Sold my interest in the club to new owner
Managed club for Joe Magliola a former President of the Texas USTA

Court Sport Tennis Shop Houston, TX
Owner and Teaching Professional Owned and managed Tennis Shop
Taught all levels of tennis
1976–1978 Bay Area Racket Club Houston, TX
Tennis Professional
1975–1976 Pasadena Racquet Club Pasadena, TX
Pro Shop Owner and Teaching Professional
Worked with top ranked Texas Juniors

Memorial Park Tennis Club Houston, TX
Employed by the City of Houston
Worked while attending University of Houston
Taught Tennis, strung rackets and worked the pro shop


University Of Houston Houston, TX
Management and Finance


Biking, Hiking and working out
Raised over $7000.00 biking MS 150 for the National Multiple Sclerosis


Member U.S.P.T.A since 1976 with P-1 rating
U.S. Tennis Writers Assoc. Member since 1999
Write monthly article, “Tennis anyone?” for the Tennis Server Web Site since 1994
Organized “Shoe String Tennis” for physically challenged players four years
Voted “Coach of the Year” in 1985
Donated time and expenses for the American Cancer Society for three years
Have coached many state ranked players who went on to play College Tennis