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Errol was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa where he grew his love for the game of tennis. He has been living in VT for the past 16 years
and has worked as The Director of Tennis at Windridge Tennis & Sports Camps and Director of Tennis & Resort Programs at The Bridges Resort in Warren, VT. Errol is a graduate of The University of the Witwatersrand (WITS) with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Business Finance and Marketing. He played #1 singles and doubles for WITS and served as chairman of the tennis club. During his WITS years, Errol was selected to play for the Gauteng Provincial University Team which went on to win gold at the South African National Universities Championship.

When Errol has had time to compete in the New England Men’s Open circuit he has consistently been ranked in the top 10 with his best year-end ranking of #3 in 2007. He has many titles in different states including the Connecticut Open, South Shore Open in MA, RFC Championships in ME, and Vermont Tournament of Champions, to name a few.

Errol has a PTR Professional Tennis Teaching Qualification for U10, 11-17, as well as Adult tennis. In 2012 Errol received the USTA New England PTR Pro of the Year award. He has worked with beginner level players right up to nationally ranked players from the US and all over the world. Errol currently serves on the USTA VT board to help promote and grow the game of tennis in our state.

Errol loves to teach the game and truly believes that tennis is one of the great lifetime sports that can be enjoyed by all. He will be bringing his expertise and industry knowledge to ensure that BTC is one of the premier tennis & swim facilities in the state. Contact Errol for a lesson or text/call him at 802-318-3925.

Megan playing at Kenyon College


Megan returns to BTC with a competitive spirit and a passion for tennis and teaching. A Burlington native, she recently graduated from Kenyon College in Gambier, OH. In college, she studied economics and biology, and now plans to pursue a doctorate of physical therapy. Megan played for Kenyon’s varsity women’s tennis team, which advanced to the round of 16 in the NCAA tournament last year and finished the season ranked #14. She loves the supportive, team aspect of college tennis and brings the same level of energy to the Junior Programs at BTC. When she’s not playing tennis, you can find Megan hiking, kayaking, or biking in all areas of Vermont. Megan enjoys working with both children and adults of all abilities to develop new techniques and match strategies. She will work hard to help players sharpen their tennis skills and looks forward to sharing her love of the game! Email Megan for a lesson or text/call her at 802-343-7085.


Jake is from Long Island, New York and began playing tennis at six years old.  He quickly fell in love with the game, and in high school made the varsity team as a freshman where he played for all four years.  Jake is now a sophomore at UVM with a major in political science and a double minor in global studies and sports management.  Jake plays for UVM’s club tennis team as well as the club roller hockey team.  He has been teaching tennis since his junior year in high school, working for Sportime Roslyn on Long Island and also helped run a volunteer clinic his senior year of high school called Serve to Serve, a program giving children who cannot afford lessons the opportunity to play tennis.  For the past three summers, Jake worked at Camp Taconic as a camp counselor teaching tennis and taking care of kids. At Taconic he helped kids improve their skills and fall in love with the game.  He is very excited to share his passion for the game at BTC this summer and cannot wait to meet everyone!  For lessons text/call Jake at 516-459-1772.