Christopher Ellis is a kid coach, adult coach, and high performance coach. He was ranked #1 in USTA New England in the 12s, 14s, 16s, and 18s. During that time, he was taught by Francisco Montoya who worked directly with elite players such as Venus and Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova, and Tommy Haas. He went to Bates College where he finished a two-time All-American and a four-time NESCAC All-Academic Honors Athlete.


Nicholas Ellis is a high performance coach and works with our most elite athletes. He is USPTA and PTR certified. He has been on many USTA teams and had many years where he was undefeated at the 4.5 level. He coached Chris Ellis throughout his junior career. He is also a practicing attorney. He has mastered both the rules of tennis and applying the rules of tennis to our highest preforming players.  

 Dylan Fletcher is a high performance coach. He is USPTA and PTR certified. Dylan was #1 in the 16s and 18s in USTA New England. Dylan played Division 1 tennis at Marist College where he finished with the most wins in Marist history: 124 wins. He was coached by his father, Ian Fletcher, who was a top 40 player on the ATP tour. 

 Nathan Lookwhy is a high performance coach. His is USPTA and PTR certified. He played four years at Gordon College where he was recognized as First Team All-CCC Singles in 2017 and 2019 and First  Team All-CCC Doubles in 2017, 2018 and 2019. 

At WWTA, The Saint John’s High School tennis players work with our children under 12. Each player completed a training session where they learned (1) The WWTA Technique Check Points, (2) The Fun Games That Apply The Check Points and (3) The Mutual Support Principles. Through our experience, we have found that younger teaching pros are the best fit for children under 12. First, the technique and application of technique is simpler for children. We created Technique Check Points that each student-teacher knows and can apply by heart. Second, the most important factor for children continuing tennis is the amount of fun they have on the tennis court. We have found that kids have the most fun in small groups with younger teaching pros that teach in a state of inspiration. Lastly, we want to spread Principle to as many young people as possible. A prerequisite to being a teaching pro at WWTA is the embodiment of Principle. When the Saint John's player's embody Principle, they expand Principle for themselves, and spread Principle to the children. That is one of our main goals at WWTA: to spread Principle to as many young people as possible. See The Story and Mission Section for The WWTA Principles.