Player Success

Mateusz Kecki

Mateusz Kecki was given a full scholarship to train at Gorin Tennis Academy and was not only given the opportunity to attend college and participate in the NCAA

tennis tournament, tennis also gave him the opportunity to go to college and earn a Master’s Degree.

His father was an auto-mechanic who immigrated from Poland.  A full scholarship y was able to fund Mateusz's training early on, by providing him with proper coaching and travel opportunities.

As a young player, he won the tennis world championships in France at the age of 14 and was the number two recruit in the nation in the early 2000s

Mateusz earned an Undergraduate Degree form USC and an MBA from University of Santa Clara. He played on the tennis team for USC for three years and the Santa Clara tennis team for one year and won the NCAA Tournament twice.


Athletic and Educational Success


Sema Pankin

Sema Pankin is a student athlete at University of Portland. Sema was ful ly sponsored for two years. His sponsorship covered his full-time tennis training, tournament costs and associated housing and trans- portation, dietary needs and medical needs. Sema began school at University of Portland in the fall of 2018 studying business. Sema cur- rently plays both doubles and singles at University of Portland.


Maria Tatarnikova:

Maria was on a 70% tennis training scholarship where she was able to earn an athletic college scholarship. Maria is a business student at the University of Nevada majoring in Finance. Maria began at Nevada in the fall of 2017 and plays both doubles and singles for the school.


Stefan Leustian

Stefan is from California and was one of the top 10 tennis recruits in the United States for 2020 and will begin at UCLA in the fall of 2020 with a tennis scholarship. For more than 13 years, Stefan’s entire tennis training was fully sponsored. His sponsorship covered all medical and travel expenses as well as full tennis training. Stefan won the prestigious Les Petitis As World Championship tournament in Tarbes, France at the age of 14. He also represented the United States in the World Tennis Finals in Prostejov, Czech Republic.

Current Sponsorship Players



George Santalov is on a full tennis sponsorship and is currently ranked number one in California Juniors and top 75 in the nation at age 11. George attends Horizons School and is wanting to play Division I College tennis.



Bogdan Boclinca lives in California and are both junior players with aspirations of attending a Division I College or University. 



Daniel Boclinca lives in California and are both junior players with aspirations of attending a Division I College or University.