About Us

Chip Hooper

 

Chip, from Sunnyvale, California, rose to 17 in the world and holds 5 ATP Doubles titles. On tour, Chip defeated  the likes of Stefan Edberg, Roscoe Tanner, Ilie Nastase, Peter Fleming, Johan Kriek, Smith and Lutz, and many others. Chip was #1 in the nation at University of Arkansas as well as a member of the 1981 Davis Cup team.


 Listen to our shows where Chip discusses playing the big boys and life on the tour. Chip can also analyze your game through our interactive services. For more information, see our consultation page or leave us a message.

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Gary Plock

From Louisville, Kentucky, Gary Plock was a junior tennis standout. Gary won the Kentucky high school title 4 times, was a Southern and Sugar Bowl Champion , and #1 player for four years and a multiple time All-American at perennial powerhouse University of Texas with greats Kevin Curren and Steve Denton. 


At only 5'9", Gary had to learn the secrets to winning in tennis. Gary states his biggest college thrill was defeating John McEnroe and Bill Maze with partner Kevin Curren at the NCAA Doubles Semi Finals. Gary, a biomechanics education major at Texas, can show you how he mastered the strokes and share winning strategy through interactive lessons or coming to you on the court.

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What We Do

Serve Experts

Having trouble getting over the hump because of your serve? Chip and Gary can help show you how they both used the serve, first and second, to achieve success on the court!

Pros on the Go

Chip or Gary can travel to you to teach you the biomechanics of the serve and show you how to improve it once they leave. Interested in the Pros on the Go? Send us a message on the Contact Us page. 


See our consultation page for opportunities in follow up analysis via video or audio!

How Kevin Curren hits toughest serve in the game

"I attended the Univ. of Texas and reached the doubles NCAA finals with Gary Plock and learned the hit on the rise serve from him. The next year I won the NCAA singles."


-Tennis Magazine 1986