President and founder of Puma tennis club.
Born in 1978. in Adelaide, Australia.
- Junior Career: junior national team member and champion of Australia in the categories to 14, 16, and 18 years. World champion in the category up to 14 years.
- Professional career: a participant of all Grand Slam tournaments: Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, U.S. Open).
- The biggest career victory is in the match against Leyton Hewitt
- The best placement in the rankings is 157th place in a singles in the year 2000, and 116th place in doubles in the year 2001.
- Member of the Serbian national team in 2003 and 2004.
- Coaching career: coach of the DAVIS CUP team of Serbia from 2005 to 2007. and personal trainer of Novak Djokovic from 2004-2005 - (trained him from 300 to 100 elite players on the ATP list), a personal coach of Jelena Jankovic in 2006.
Director, founder, and head coach.
Born in 1971. in Kragujevac.
- South Australian champion in the category up to 16 years, and in the top 10 juniors in Australia in the category up to 18 years.
- In the year 1988, she finished coaching school in Australia.
- She received tennis scholarship at Florida International University, USA.
- In the year 1995, she graduated in the field Sports Management.
- She was chief tennis coach in Baltimore & Salvadore Park Tennis Center, Miami, Florida, , and she was a personal trainer and manager to his brother, Dejan Petrovic from 1995. to 1999.
Born in 1987. in Kragujevac.
She is engaged in tennis since 1998.
- She coaches in TC Puma since 2008.
- She is the national tennis referee.
- She is a student in economics.
Tennis coach in TC Puma since 2007.
Born in 1972 in Paracin, Serbia.
- In 1993, he was ranked in the 52nd place on the list of the Tennis Association of Yugoslavia.
- In 2002, he graduated from the Technical Faculty in Cacak.
- From 1995 to 2004, he is a coach in the tennis club Sloboda, Cacak.
- From 2004 to 2007, he is a coach in the tennis club Tennis Point, Cacak. During that period, he trained Milović Zeljka (4th in Serbia in the category to 12 years) and Nenad Milosevic (Serbian national team and 14th in 2009).
Member of the Yugoslav national team in athletics (800m, 1500m, 2000m, 5000m) from 1984. to 1996.