ProsToYou Tennis offers innovative tennis programs curated for kids and for adults. From group classes and private instruction, to tennis camps and birthday parties, we are committed to improving kids’ skills, confidence, and social fluency - both on and off the court! Our adult programs are derived from the same vision of introducing the game we love in a fun and stress-free environment, through recreational social events, tennis fitness programs, and classes to refine your game.
With a community built on education and empowerment, players are given the foundation to fall in love with the game, and play with a whole lot of heart.
As a USPTA certified Tennis instructor, Marco Impeduglia takes great pride in sharing his passion for the sport with players of all ages in the Mid-Atlantic communities through ProsToYou Tennis, a company which he runs and operates.
On a mission to promote physical activity and sportsmanship values within the community, ProsToYou Tennis provides professional grade tennis facilities, as well as a wide range of affordable and high quality programs aimed at practitioners of all levels.
Following a Bachelors of Science with a particular focus in Kinesiology & Sports Marketing / Management, Marco set out to deepen his studies and earn a Masters degree in Sports Industry Management at Georgetown University.
His professional experiences within the Tennis industry have been diverse, focusing on both the actual coaching and the business side. An extensive employment history allowed Marco to gain precious insights on the managerial and business areas of the industry. Previous experiences include working as an executive director at the Youth Impact Program and Program Manager at Junior Tennis Champions Center in College Park, Maryland.
As a coach, Marco is passionate about interacting directly with tennis students and players: He has been a coach at institutions the likes of Flint Hill School (Oakton, VA) and Chevy Chase Club (Chevy Chase, MD).
Originally from India, Nim moved to the United States in January 2011 and went to Miami University (OH) where she received her undergraduate degree in Finance. Nim played on the varsity tennis team for four years at Miami University where she competed in both singles and doubles matches. After graduating, Nim became an assistant coach for the women's tennis team. Nim recently graduated from Georgetown University with a Master of Professional Studies in Sports Industry Management. In 2017, Nim worked for Lagardere Sports as an associate. She worked in the Special Events department for the Citi Open tournament and was in charge of executing Citi Open's first ever week-long junior summer camp along with overseeing various other tennis clinics and special events before and during the tournament.
Coach Perris is currently a touring tennis professional player. He has been playing tennis at a high performance level for over 10 years. Perris was one of the top Mid-Atlantic junior players for more than 15 years. He practices with top 100 professional players from all over the world including some players who compete in the Grand Slams. Perris is also a certified tennis instructor for over 5 years. He teaches players from all ages and skill levels. Perris has been with ProsToYou Tennis for 3 years.
Coach Miguel competed in multiple club, national, and international tournaments. He went on to play college tennis for Mercyhurst University from 2013-2017. As a college player, he was part of the 2015 team that won the NCAA Atlantic Regional Final, and participated in the NCAA sweet 16. After graduation, he began his tennis coaching career and has a PTR teaching certification.
Coach Garrett began his tennis career while attending high school in Ohio. He played for his last two years before going out for the college team in years to follow. He played all four years for the Hood College Blazers. He achieved his bachelors degree in sociology with a minor in social work. His passion has always been to teach, so he went back to graduate school and got a Masters degree in Elementary Education.
He has been teaching physical education to grades Pre-K through 8th in Baltimore City Schools for the past 5 years. He coaches summer sports lessons privately and has worked for the YMCA in the past as a Sports coordinator. His philosophy on teaching and coaching is to promote sportsmanship and equal play. Having played 6 sports throughout his life, Garrett most values the importance of having fun and being successful over being victorious.