Jason has been teaching tennis for 20 years, and specializing in performance analysis the last 17 years. In 2014 he started working as a performance analyst for the USTA, the governing body of tennis for the United States. He worked with over fifty ATP/WTA tour players, ITF juniors, and nationally ranked players on their technique and tactics. With Jason’s direct input, those players made necessary technique and tactical changes that helped improve their games. Jason has done technique and match analysis for 15 ATP/WTA pros who are currently ranked inside the top 100 in the world.
His most recent work on the top male and female players in the world was completed after four years of etensive research. The project and it’s ideas are the first of their kind, and promise to change how the game is played at every level. The research has led to an exclusive course on pro shot selection, tactics, and court position. Singles Shot Selection and Court Position is widely acclaimed as the best tennis tactics course ever released, based not on what we think is true, but what’s actually true with the data to back it up. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Technology and a Master of Science Degree in Recreation, Sport and Tourism Management from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.