Centercourt Instructors

Tyler Schick

Tyler Schick

Tennis Coach

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My Favorite sports event/memory/moment is winning the American Athletic Conference (AAC) tournament in 2018 while I was at Tulane. In this moment I truly understood that tennis, while it is mainly an individual sport, can be a team sport as well.  It also taught me that all those long hours on court, early morning gym sessions and countless sprints were worth the blood, sweat and tears that I put into the sport.  There is truly no better feeling than celebrating a major accomplishment with friends/teammates that all share the same passion.

Coach Schick is a PTR Certified performance coach. Schick holds a business degree in Management and Marketing from Tulane University. Coach Schick is a  four year varsity letter winner where he compiled 91 singles wins (5th all time at Tulane) and 51 doubles wins (10th all time at Tulane) and was Co-Captain his senior year. Schick reached a high of No. 58 spot in the ITA/NCAA national singles rankings and 16th respectfully in doubles. Coach Schick was a Nominee for the Tulane Athlete of the Year and Nominated for the Most Improved player in 2018 and the Most Valuable player (MVP) in 2019.   Tulane ranked as high as 17th overall NCAA along with 4 NCAA team appearances. He competed in a handful of professional events on the USTA Future circuit around the country and is a 2-time Champion of the New Jersey State Men’s Clay Court Championship.

In juniors Schick ranked 1st in the USTA Eastern rankings for boys 18’s and 24th Nationally. He competed in  all the major national events across the country. Schick also competed in international events (ITF circuit) such as Orange bowl, International spring championships and more. In High school, Schicle led Millburn to four state championship titles from 2012-2015.  Schick compiled a 111-12 overall record in singles and individually, was a three-time Essex county champion, a two-time individual state finalist, a two-time All-State nominee, and an All-Essex county honoree, and a two-time National high school All-American.