Goran Marić

Tennis coach
Bachelor of the Coaching Profession

Marko Škorić

Tennis coach

Jakša Boglić

Conditioning coach

Bachelor of the Coaching Profession

Saša Rupena

Tennis coach

Master of Kinesiology

Dubravka Martinović

Sports Psychologist

University degree in Psychology

JUNIOR TENNIS CAMPS & ADULT TENNIS PROGRAMS – All ages and levels

Personalized
training sessions

Pro & college
prep tennis

Pro-coaching team

Innovative technique & mental training

Exceptional beachfront location & courts

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Goran Marić

Tennis coach

Bachelor of the Coaching Profession

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Biography

Coach of top junior tennis players (U 16, U18) since 2005

  • Yan Bondarevsky, Tennis Europe 13, ATP 590,
  • Ostap Kovalenko, Tennis Europe 32,
  • Admir Kalender, ITF 30, 3x times national champion in Croatia
  • Anastasia Gureva, ITF 50, Tennis Europe 1

Assistant to national coach of junior tennis (U16, U18) Croatian Tennis Federation
Bacc.cin., University of Zagreb Faculty of Kinesiology
A- licence, Croatian Tennis Federation

Tennis is my passion and way of life. I started to play tennis when I was 5 years old, and since then tennis has been my way of living. Before becoming a coach for professional tennis players, I competed for more than 10 years at many different levels.

Now that I am a tennis coach, I can say that tennis is not only technique on the court – it encompasses many other aspects of life such as physical and mental strength, but also determination and motivation. Tennis helped me create discipline in my life. It is my passion and I love sharing my knowledge and expertise with all people who are willing to try or advance in tennis.

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Marko Škorić

Tennis coach

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Biography

Coach at the Tennis Center Umag since 2005

Coach of Diego Natanelić, champion U12 of the Istrian region

Execution of Croatian Tennis Federation and Croatian Olympic Committee programs – “Tennis in Schools” 2011,

C-licence, Croatian Tennis Federation

Working as a tennis coach is very dynamic and it keeps you in good shape! Each day is different when training people of different ages, skills and personalities. You learn something new every day. The most rewarding thing is watching players progress and always trying to find the best technique to leverage their game.

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Jakša Bogolić

Conditioning Coach

Bachelor of the Coaching Profession

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Biography

20 years of experience as a professional conditioning coach in tennis and handball for several leagues (Austria, Croatia, Italy), head of school of handball and handball club (Kuwait, Italy)

Bacc.cin., University of Split Faculty of Kinesiology

Handball senior sports coach – currently completing the EHF master coach program

I am passionate about people and their eagerness to learn and progress in tennis. My passion has kept me more than xy years in tennis, and I share my knowledge with my students open-heartedly. When I see my students making progress, I know this is the result of teamwork and that we have made it together. This really makes my day.

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Andrea Boglić

Tennis coach

Master in Clinical Psychology

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Biography

Mr. Božo Bujanić currently obtains the position of technical and R&D director in Šestan-Busch. Mr Bujanić was born on September 10th 1978 and his career path started with successfully finished primary and secondary school in Čakovec where he specialized and gained qualification of Mechanical Engineering Technician. After that, from 1997-2002 Mr Bujanić signed and studied in Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture in Zagreb where he graduated first in class and with highest honors in course Specialization: Production. During his faculty education on Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture in Zagreb, he was also awarded with medal for outstanding success in studies and recognition for the professional paper entitled “Nanotechnology”.

After the completion of his education Mr Bujanić started working as research Assistant in the position of Teaching Associate at the Polymers Processing Department on Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture in Zagreb. During this time, he has published numerous scientific research papers in most respected scientific World Journals, he was the author and co-author of numerous textbooks (book, manual, scientific biography, problem book), he was mentoring students in defending final thesis and also involved in activities of teaching (lectures, practical classes, seminars, etc.).

In February 2007, Mr Bujanić decided to move to Šestan-Busch where he was appointed to responsible position of managing and directing the technical department of the Company. From the time of his appointment in company Šestan-Busch, through his dedication and hard work he implemented numerous technological processes within the company, upgraded production capacities and productivity and involved numerous innovative processes that made Šestan-Busch production competitive in Global terms. His valuable knowledge and expertise was involved in numerous company R&D projects where he pushed innovative products to the market. Mr Bujanić is married and father of 2 children.

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Saša Rupena

Tennis coach

Master of Kinesiology

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Biography

15 years of experience as tennis coach, conditioning trainer and sparring partner

Bacc.cin., University of Zagreb Faculty of Kinesiology – univ.dipl.cin.

c- licence, Croatian Tennis Federation

Ever since I was in kindergarten, I needed a lot of movement, spending time outdoors and playing. My parents had a great influence on me because they were athletes, and they taught me about setting an example and healthy eating. Actually, they were my role models in everything. Back in elementary school I played a lot of sports (tennis, karate, football, volleyball, table tennis, skiing…), my parents allowed me to pursue all of my interests. That’s why I was always healthy, smiling and always cheerful – other children were happy to hang out with me. In high school, I already knew that I wanted to graduate from the Faculty of Kinesiology and teach children.

I work with children because I find it very rewarding and it makes me happy. Sports connect people and teach you to be responsible, independent and cooperative. Athletes have a high value in society. Besides developing motor skills and knowledge, they also develop their cognitive abilities and self-confidence while constantly improving both mentally and emotionally.

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Dubravka Martinović

Sports Psychologist

University degree in Psychology

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Biography

15 years of experience in sports psychology – tennis & basketball

Assisting FIBA Referee Department, FIBA Europa Referee Department since 2014

Educator on Mental Preparation, Emotional & Behavioral Self-Control, Game Control Aspects (“Never Stop Learning in Sport”)

Bacc.cin., University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Philology – univ.dipl.pshi

Behavioral & Cognitive Therapy (First level- Practicum 1)

When I was a basketball player, I realized that mental preparation was really important for performance. That’s why I have decided to become a sports psychologist and help athletes and other sports participants (coaches, officials) to perform at their highest level. My mission is to teach them techniques and methods that may help them to perform better and reach their potential – to become the best they can through their career and continuously improve.