Will Herbert, Tennis Pro

Adam Lucero, Tennis Professional

Adam Lucero is a USPTA and PTR Certified Tennis Professional with 15 years of coaching experience. He has worked with players of all levels and ages, including beginners, junior ITF players, competitive adults, and collegiate players.

Adam was most recently Head Tennis Professional at Belvedere Tennis Club in Tiburon, Ca, where he ran a robust schedule of clinics for members for the past 2+ years. Before that, Adam was Director of Junior Development at Florin Marica Tennis Academy, and served as Director of Tennis at Bay Club Santa Clara. In all positions, Adam aimed to offer high quality tennis instruction while fostering the love of tennis for all.

Adam also held a position as a Team NorCal coach in Orange and Green Ball Early Development Camps, annually traveling to Arizona for the Zonals tournament. He has been a National Team Coach with USTA NorCal since 2016. In 2017, Adam was honored with the Under 30 Pro of the Year award from USPTA NorCal.

While not on court, Adam and his wife Amy, along with their dog and two cats, can be found on their budding farm in Poulsbo. With his experience both on and off the court, Adam hopes to make an immediate impact at Kitsap Tennis & Athletic Club supporting members in their tennis development.

Will Herbert, Tennis Pro

Nolan Myers, Tennis Instructor

Nolan found his passion for teaching tennis in one of KTAC’s very own Summer Tennis Camps. He has seen that passion grow as he helps build KTAC’s junior and adult programming and has been an integral part of our tennis staff.

Starting at nine-years old, Nolan grew up playing tennis under the tutelage of KTAC’s junior programming. He played four years high school varsity and is a 4.0 NTRP player. Nolan enjoys working with all levels of players and is looking forward to sharing his knowledge, positive energy, sportsmanship, and love of the game with the KTAC community!

Will Herbert, Tennis Pro

William Herbert, Tennis Professional

William Herbert began his teaching career right here at KTAC more than 10 years ago and has also taught at Matrix Tennis Academy and Paseo Racquet Center in Arizona. With an extensive background in teaching all levels and ages, William has a specific passion to develop junior tennis players by training them to be champions on and off the court. He also specializes in working with adult players on improving their game and developing strong doubles strategies.

William grew up playing tennis at KTAC under the tutelage of Erik Jacobsen starting at age 12 up until early adulthood. After graduating high school, William played college tennis for one year at Green River Community College then was recruited to play at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ. Here he helped his team achieve the high ranking of eighth in the nation for Division 2. William continued to play Future and Open tournaments around the United States and Pacific Northwest. William continues to play for USTA teams out of KTAC. William’s passion for being active and helping others, has led him to become a Certified Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) where he helps improve the quality of life of others.