Regina Nychytailova Tennis

Regina Nychytailova Tennis

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About this pro

Hi, Tennis players of all ages. Playing tennis is not only a fun way to spend your time and learn a sport, but probably one of the best things you can take part in if you would to get in better shape or get a healthy dose of exercise. I have been playing tennis for 15 years participating in ITF and WTA tournaments and working with players of all levels ranging from beginners to semi-professionals (USPTR- licensed). Playing #1 for college team. I have been working with children as a counselor and tennis coach for sport summer camps, as well as with adults of different age. 

 I am very good in noticing errors and helping players not only improve their technical skills but also develop a strategic outlook to have more success overall in their tennis game. All levels are welcome, I pride myself in being able to help anyone improve their tennis game quite quickly. 

I love to coach and love working with younger kids to help them develop proper technique at an early age, but I also enjoy coaching teens and adults because it can be even more interactive. I always go the extra mile to do what needs to get done in whatever I'm doing. I work well with others and I'm always positive no matter the situation.I  always emphasize proper technique and giving 100 percent at all times. If you work hard on the tennis court and do the proper things you will improve your game. I structure lessons differently, it all depends on the needs of the particular individual, whether it be more of a hitting lesson, feeding lesson or a mix of both.

You should get in touch with me if

1. You would like to start playing tennis for the first time.

2. You have started playing tennis or took lessons in the past and would like to improve your skills.
3. You are solid player but would like to take your tennis game to the next level.
4. You are looking to get into the best shape of your life and have fun (tennis is the best exercise).
5. You have a child who you would like to bring to learn tennis for the first time or to improve thier skills ( I have extensive experience teaching tennis to children of all ages). 

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Houston, TX 77057
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2 Reviews


  • Julissa Alejandre

    I had the opportunity to work with Regina, and I can say she is a great coach! She truly had me working the entire hour. I felt it was a very productive lesson. I look forward to continue to train with her to improve my technique.

  • Daniel

    I had a really great experience training with Regina throughout last summer. She was able to correct a lot of fundamental bad habits I had with my backhand and serving. It was also a lot of fun, and an excellent workout hitting around with her. She had a very positive and encouraging attitude in each lesson, which made me want to work harder. I would highly recommend working with Regina if you're looking to improve your game, and want an enjoyable and constructive experience training tennis.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I structure lessons differently, it all depends on the needs of the particular individual, whether it be more of a hitting lesson, feeding lesson or a mix of both.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have been majoring in Sport Management, with a Master Degree in Health Public Administration, playing #1 postition in singles and doubles for D1 college team. Prior to my college career, I have been playing professionally ITF and WTA tournaments over 15 years. Quite good experience :)

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

I charge $85/hour for a private session. Semiprivate lesson is $100/hour ($50/each - per person). 1.5 hour lesssons are also availbale. If you decide to buy a package of lessons, I will provide a discount. 

How did you get started teaching?

I have been always interested in helping people improve their game, as well as motivating them to stay active and fit. After my graduation, I got the job in Houston Country Club as a tennis professional, which was basically a beginning of my teaching career. 

What types of students have you worked with?

I have been working with all levell ranging from beginners to semi-professionals. I have been working with children as a counselor and tennis coach for sport summer camps, with adults of different age, as well as assisting my college coach with professional tennis players. 

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Houston Country Club/Briar Club tennis professional, events manager, and junior program developer. 

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Communication and professionalism are the keys. Ask questions and go with your instincts. 

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What are you willing to achive? What is your level of involvement? What is your schedule looks like? Are you willing to colleborate with your instructor (time and schedule wise)? Again don't be afraid to ask questions. You instructor is there to help you.. and to have some fun of course! 

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