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Sergey Sitkovsky

Sergey Sitkovsky is an honoured coach of Ukraine, a head coach in Specialized Junior School of Olympic Reserve. In 1975 he became a tennis coach. For several years Sergey Sitkovskiy was the captain of Ukraine Junior Team. His Team is a Tennis Europe Winter Cup medalist.

Sergey Sitkovsky's best pupils:

Tatiana Perebiynis is 2000 Wimbledon and 2000 US Open Junior girls singles finalist, 2000 Wimbledon Junior girls doubles winner, 2005 Wimbledon mixed doubles finalist, 2006 Wimbledon women's doubles semifinalist.

Yuliya Goloborod'ko is a former Tennis Europe Junior Tour No. 1.

Anastasiya Vasylyeva is a winner and a finalist of Professional Women's Tennis Tournaments in Italy, Greece, Kazakhstan, India and Ukraine.

Yury Petrenko is a multiple Ukraine Junior Championship winner.

Yugeniya Burich and Ivanna Kovalenko are USSR Junior girls singles Championship medalists.

Grigory Markov and Oleg Kudoyarov were top-10 USSR junior tennis players.

For significant contribution to physical education, sport development and high-class sportsmen training Sergey Sitkovsy was awarded an honorary diploma of the Ministry of Ukraine(2009).

 

 

Marina Tkacheva

Marina Tkacheva started playing tennis at the age of 7 in Severodonetsk under the direction of her coach Viktor Glukhov. She is a winner and a medalist of many Ukrainian and all-USSR Tennis Tournaments. Marina Tkacheva graduated from V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University and Kharkiv State Academy of Physical Culture.

She is engaged in coaching over 20 years. Her main idea is instilling her pupils with true love of tennis, as well as training gifted children to become high-class professional tennis players. Over the years in Unicourt Tennis Club Marina Tkacheva brought lots of sportsmen who became rated tennis players and Masters of Sports.

She trained Andrey Tkachev, Maksim Atamanov, Viktor Muzhichuk, Nikolay Kuleshov, Anna Piven, Sofya Chekunova, Anna Goncharova, Darya Bezzubenko. Currently Marina Tkacheva is working with WTA Tour players Anna Piven and Anastasia Vasilyeva, Masters of Sports Sofya Chekunova, Anna Goncharova, Darya Bezzubenko and with promising youth Daniil Chichin.

Marina Tkacheva regularly conducts advanced selection among 5-6 year old children to start a group for professional training.

 

Igor Prudkin

Igor Prudkin is a Unicourt Tennis Club member since 1976. He is been working as a coach starting from 1987. He graduated from Kharkiv sports department of National University of Physical Education and Sports with honors. For 11 years he had worked as a senior coach in the tennis-specialized department of Kharkiv State Academy of Physical Culture. Igor Prudkin is both the coach and captain of Kharkiv region Tennis Team, which is the winner of Ukraine Sports Festival of 1991, Ukraine Youth Games 1993, Ukraine Schoolchildren Sports Festival 2000, Ukrainian National Student Games 2003 and the bronze medalist of Ukraine Youth Games 1994.

Igor Prudkin brought up 13 winners and medalists of both junior and senior Ukraine Championships. He coached Ukraine Championship 1995 winner, Ukraine Championship 1994 bronze medalist Milena Kornil who was CIS Top-50 tennis player (Commonwealth of Independent States - post-Soviet countries).

Elizaveta Timchenko is Master of Sports of Ukraine, Ukraine Junior Girls' Singles Championship 2009 finalist, Ukraine Women's Doubles Championship 2010, 2011 medalist, Ukraine Cup 2010, 2011 medalist in women's doubles, a semifinalist of Tennis Europe Tournaments in Šiauliai and in Minsk. Elizaveta was in WTA Women's Doubles Rankings.

Anna Shkudun, Top-500 WTA tennis player both in women's singles and doubles rankings, Ukraine Junior Championsip winner in singles and doubles. She is Junior ITF Tournaments winner in Gomel, Gamburg, Szczecin, Professional Women's Tournaments winner (2010) and finalist (2010, 2011) in India, Professional Women's Tournament finalist in Uzbekistan (2011).

Stefani Dhe is European Team Championships 2010 silver medalist, Ukraine Championship girls's singles and doubles finalist, Tennis Europe Tournament winner in 2011.

Viktoriya Dzuba is Ukraine Junior girls's doubles Championship winner and medalist, Tennis Europe Tournaments winner in doubles in Kharkov, Kiev, Tennis Europe Tournaments finalist in Minsk, Opalenica, Ostrog, Lvov in 2011.

For significant contribution to physical education, sport development and training high-class sportsmen Igor Prudkin was awarded an honorary diploma of Kharkiv Regional State Administration (2009).

 

 

Denys Leleko

Denys Leleko is a Unicourt Tennis Club member since 1987. He has become a tennis couch in 1993. In 1997 Denis Leleko graduated from Kharkiv State Academy of Physical Culture with honors then he has got Master Degree in physical education in 1998. Denys Leleko carries out research at Kharkiv State Academy of Physical Culture. He is a coach of Ukraine Junior Team, which is Europe Cup 2008 finalist.

Denys Leleko brought up 11 winners and medalists of both junior and senior Ukraine Championships, Tennis Europe Tournaments and ITF Juniors Tournaments.

Denys Leleko's pupils:

He has been training 13-time Ukraine singles and doubles Championship winner in singles and doubles, Master of Sports Deviatiarov Marat. He was one of the Top-5 European Tennis Players and Ukraine No. 1 tennis player during 2005-2010.

At present Denys Leleko works with Valeriya Boyanovska, Master of Sports. She is 3-time Ukraine Championship winner in singles and World Championship winner in France.

Zolotukhina Yuliya - Master of Sports, Ukraine Championship 2002 bronze medalist.

Lazare Kukhalashvili is multiple winner and medalist of National and International Junior Tournaments, World Junior Championship finalist in Tarbes (France).

Yana Akulova is Master of Sports, multiple winner and medalist of National and International Junior Tournaments, Ukraine Mixed Doubles Championship 2004 winner.

Victoriya Shevchuk is multiple National and International Junior Tournaments winner and medalist .

For significant contribution to physical education and sport development Denys Leleko was awarded an honorary diploma of Kharkiv Regional State Administration (2009).

 

Sergey Senkevich

Sergey Senkevich is multiple Kharkiv region Championship winner, a USSR Junior Team member, a Ukrainian SSR Junior Team member, Ukraine Junior Championship winner, medalist and winner of Ukraine Soviet Tournaments, Central Soviet "Dinamo" and "Burevesnik" Tournaments.

Sergey Senkevich practiced as a tennis player then worked as a sparring-partner at Unicourt Tennis Club since 1971, in 1991 he became a tennis coach. From 1998 to 2003 Sergey Senkevich was a senior coach of the Tennis Club. At that time the backbone of the club team mostly consisted of his pupils.. Many of them became Masters of Sports and Ukraine Championship winners. They are winners and medalists of International Tennis Tournaments in singles and doubles among which Juniors Cup Mamaia-SEN 2003, Trofeul FARMEXIM 2003, International Junior Championship 2004, Kinetik Max Cup 2003, Texas Junior Championship 2004, etc.

Today his pupils work in tennis clubs in Germany, Holland, the USA, Israel and in post-Soviet countries.

At present Sergey Senkevich works as a tennis coach and instructor in Specialized Junior School of Olympic Reserve at Unicourt Tennis Club.

Sergey Senkevich is a coach of the higher qualifications. He is a Kharkiv tennis veteran who successfully combined coaching being a sparring partner and coordination with club members, young coachs and students.

 

 

Sergey Orekhov

Sergey Orekhov is Kharkiv region Championship winner, Kherson region Championship winner, Ukraine Junior Championship medalist, multiple Ukraine Soviet "Burevestnik" Tournament winner.

Sergey Orekhov is a Unicourt Tennis Club member over 40 years. At the beginning he played tennis here then was a sparring partner. Afterwards Sergey Orekhov became a tennis coach and instructor in Specialized Junior School of Olympic Reserve at Unicourt Tennis Club.

He is well experienced in teaching activities, scientific research and educational work with young people.

 

 

Margarita Dolzhenko

Margarita Dolzhenko is a Master of Sports, Ukraine Championship 2003 winner in doubles and finalist in singles, Ukraine Junior Championship 2001 winner, Ukraine Junior Team member, ITF Development 2000 singles silver medalist and doubles bronze medalist in 2002 (Eastern European Championship), Category 1 Junior Tournament 2001 winner in Munich.

Margarita Dolzhenko graduated from Kharkiv State Academy of Physical Culture in 2007. She is a Unicourt Tennis Club member since 1991, became a tennis coach in 2007.

Margarita Dolzhenko's pupils:

Maria Monakhova is one of the strongest Ukrainian tennis players born in 2002, Ukrainian Tennis Tour semi-finalist (UTT), Junior Tournaments winner and medalist.

Eva Prokopenko, Taisiya Krivanich, Yuliya Chernaya, Ekaterina Grebenik are .Junior Tournaments medalists

 

Yuliya Zolotukhina

Yuliya Zolotukhina is Master of Sports, a Unicourt Tennis Club member since 1991, works as a tennis coach starting from 2003, graduated from Kharkiv State Academy of Physical Culture. She is Ukraine Championship 2002 bronze medalist.

Yuliya Zolotukhina's pupils:

Ekaterina Belchiva is Master of Sports, Ukraine Championship winner.

Ayman Barakat is Candidate Master of Sports.

Darya Dashutina is Candidate Master of Sports, ITF Tournaments finalist.

Ekaterina Kandyba is Junior Tournaments 14 & Under winner and finalist.

Vlada Filinskaya is Junior Tournaments 14 & Under finalist.

Roman Makarov is multiple Junior Tournaments 12 & Under, 10 & Under winner.

Jennifer Eze is Unicourt Contest and Survey winner in physical training.

 

Gennady Kasyanenko

Gennady Kasyanenko started playing tennis when he was a child in sports society "Avangard".

Soon  senior coach of "Avangard" Boris Seleznev initiated involving him in coaching. Together they worked in tandem, which lasted for several decades.

Gennady Kasyanenko achievements as a tennis coach:
City Championship medalists Potapov, Bezuglyy, Smirnov, Central Soviet "Avant-guarde" Tournament winners and medalists Dobroskok, Miridonov.

Gennady Kasyanenko has been working for Unicourt Tennis Club during 17 years.

 His pupils Ushakov, Shtangaley, Alipov, Saltanova are "Weekend" Tournaments winners and medalists.

Anna Saltanova is Ukrainian Tennis Tournament 2000 winner in Nikopol.

At present Gennady Kasyanenko's pupils regularly take part in "Unicourt Tour" Contest in different age groups . Some of them are medalists.

 

 

Elena Kasyanenko

Elena Kasyanenko plays tennis from childhood. In 2005 she graduated from Kharkiv Skovoroda National Pedagogical University with honors, from physical education department. She works as a coach since 2004. During her work she brought up many participants, medalists and winners of ‘'Weekend" Tournament and "Unicourt Tour" Contest.

Currently Elena Kasyanenko is engaged in training children of very young age.

Since 2010 Elena Kasyanenko is the head judge of children's Unicourt Contest and Survey.

 

Sergey Shepelev

In 2001 Sergey Shepelev graduated from Kharkiv Skovoroda National Pedagogical University with honors, from physical education department.

He became a tennis coach in 2001. He is experienced in training tennis subscription amateur groups. Sergey Shepelev is a coach of Ukrainian Junior Tournaments medalists and participants. At present he works individually and in groups, training technical, tactical and psychological aspects.

For significant contribution to physical education and sport development Sergey Shepelev was awarded an honorary diploma of Kharkiv Regional State Administration (2009).

 

 

Ivanna Kovalenko

Ivanna Kovalenko is Master of Sports of USSR. She started playing tennis at the age of 8. Her first coach was Sergey Sitkovsky. Ivanna Kovalenko's best results as a tennis player:

Ukraine Soviet "Burevestnik" and Central Soviet "Dinamo" winner, USSR Championship doubles medalist, USSR Cup winner, USSR peoples Universiade medalist.

Ivanna Kovalenko has been forking as a tennis coach for Unicourt Tennis Club since 2001. Her best pupil is Semediaeva Eugeniya, Master of Sports.

Ivanna Kovalenko's coach work is a great combination of her experience as a tennis player and pedagogical gift.

 

 

Anton Timofeev

Anton Timofeev started playing tennis at the age of 7. His coach was Aleksandr Malinovsky, a Unicourt Tennis Club pupil. Anton Timofeev is a Kharkiv State Academy of Physical Culture student. From 2008 he is Unicourt Tennis Club coach, who works in professional and tennis subscription amateur groups conducting both tennis and physical training.

During the time Anton Timofeev has been working for Unicourt Tennis Club he brought up several medalists of Ukrainian Tournaments 10 & Under. Now he studiously continues working with the children of this age group.

Currently Anton Timofeev also trains amateur adults wanting to improve their game.

 

Anna Savchuk

Anna Savchuk has been working for Unicourt Tennis Club as a tennis fitness training and conditioning coach since 2004. She graduated from Kharkiv State Academy of Physical Culture. Anna Savchuk trains professional tennis players to achieve higher results in their game. Together with tennis coach Marina Tkachova they trained Masters of Sports Maksim Atamanov, Viktor Muzhichuk, Darya Bezzubenko, Anna Goncharova, Sofia Chekunova, Anna Piven.

Anna Savchuk applies new cutting edge techniques and innovations of domestic and foreign experts in tennis fitness training.

 

Nadezhda Spantsyreti

Nadezhda Spantsyreti plays tennis from 7 years. She took part in City Competitions, was Kharkov and Kharkov region Tournaments medalist.

Since 2010 Nadezhda Spantsyreti has been studying in Kharkiv State Academy of Physical Culture. At the same time she began working for Unicourt Tennis Club as a tennis coach with the children of very young age.

Nadezhda Spantsyreti is the successor of her grandmother Bayrachnaya-Spantsyreti dynasty of coaches. Nadezhda Nikolaevna Bayrachnaya-Spantsyreti was Master of Sports, Ukrainian and USSR Tournaments medalist, the coach who brought up most of Kharkov tennis coaches.

 

Evgeny Maslov

Evgeny Maslov is Master of Sports of USSR, Ukrainian Soviet "Dinamo" Tournament multiple winner and medalist, Central Soviet "Dinamo" Team 1985 member in all-round events.

Since 2000 Evgeny Maslov is tennis fitness training and conditioning coach in Unicourt Tennis Club. For more substantial tennis fitness training comprehension he keeps playing tennis and gives tennis trainings. Evgeny Maslov focuses on developing mental and physical abilities which are given in the least and are insufficient. Evgeny Maslov considers personal spiritual advance, expanding one's consciousness, as one of the main and fundamental components of psychological stability of the sportsman. He uses alternative training methods.

 

 

Evgeny Necheporenko

Evgeny Necheporenko started playing tennis at the age of 7. Since 2008 he has been working as an instructor and methodologist in Unicourt Tennis Club. In addition to that starting from 2010 Evgeny Necheporenko has been organizing supplementary trainings with competitive bias "Unicourt Tour" Contest and "Weekend" Tournaments.

He believes that the most important things in coach work are:

 to instill pupils with true love of tennis, to train technical and tactical accuracy of the game, to form the skill of making one's own decisions on court, to focus students on taking part in competitions of various levels.

Evgeny Necheporenko graduated from Kharkiv V.N.Karazin National University, currently he studies in Kharkiv State Academy of Physical Culture, sport games and single combat department.

 

 

Natalia Zubenko

Natalia Zubenko is a tennis instructor in Kharkiv V.N.Karazin National University subdepartment of physical education and sport, since 2005 part-time tennis coach in Unicourt Tennis Club.

She was born and studied in Kharkov. Natalia Zubenko graduated from Kharkiv Skovoroda National Pedagogical University, physical education department.

From 1988 to 2002 worked as a tennis coach in Melitopol. She is the first coach of Lubtseva Oksana, Master of Sports of the International Class, her best WTA ranking is no.149, and Dmitry Cherkun, Candidate Master of Sports.

At present time Natalia Zubenko persistently works with Anastasiya Sidorenko born in 2003, result oriented.

She is involved in instructing V.N.Karazin National University students (whose physical education major is tennis), Karazin Lyceum students and coach work with tennis subscription amateur groups.

Natalia Zubenko accustoms young people to sport, healthy lifestyle, she is an organizer of mountain hiking and skiing journeys.

In addition to that, Natalia Zubenko is a writer and film director of "From the Pharaoh's tiara to the Grand Slam" and "Stories for children" movies.

 

Petr Svashenko

Petr Svashenko has been working in Unicourt Tennis Club since 1974. He was a Voluntary Sports Society "Burevesnik" of Kharkov region Team member.

Petr Svashenko is a tennis coach starting from 1979. Thus, he is well experienced in training children and adult beginners. He conducted public lessons and was involved in children selection at Kharkov schools. He took an active part in the construction of Unicourt Tennis Club building and open courts.

At present Petr Svashenko is a Unicourt Tennis Club senior coach, Unicourt website moderator. Also he studies and arranges Unicourt Tennis Club history.

For significant contribution to physical education and sport development, training high-class sportsmen Petr Svashenko was awarded an honorary diploma of Kharkiv Regional State Administration (2008).