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Our Professionals

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Kris has been the Head Tennis Pro to Indian Trails Club for the past 9 years. Prior to this, she was the Head Pro for The Mardy Fish Foundation.

Kris started playing tennis at the age of 7 at Indian Trail Club in Franklin Lakes, NJ. A year later she started playing competitively in tournaments and teams in both New Jersey and Virginia. The competitive playing continued through her high school career where she played on an undefeated, state champion team, playing both singles and doubles. Kris received a tennis scholarship to Northeastern University in Boston but after several more years she put her rackets down. After graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1991 and extensive travel, Kris began her tennis teaching career in Richmond, Va. She also acquired her USPTA and USPTR certifications. 


It was after Kris met and started working for her mentor, Mike Rahaley, that she really flourished in the tennis field. "Mike taught me everything I needed to know about teaching, and he made me the teaching pro I am today.”

Kris worked for Mike at Grand Harbor in Vero Beach, FL. and The Little Harbor Club in Harbor Springs, MI where she was his head pro as well. Ultimately, she worked with him when he was running Indian Trails Club until he eventually passed the reins on to her.

Kris has worked at several tennis clubs in Vero Beach but found her home here at Indian Trails Club, where she has been able to coach some ladies' teams to be winners and finalists in the league.

Kris is a proud mother of two amazing children, Charlotte and Victor, who are terrific tennis players in their own right. Outside of tennis Kris enjoys hanging out with her animals and relaxing by any body of water.

Kris Black

USPTA Certified



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Jon Bergstrom

USPTR Certified



Jon Bergstrom is a native of Grand Rapids, Minnesota. He was a Nashwauk Keewatin High School tennis team Letterman from 1974 to 1976. He went on to Hibbing Community College where he was a tennis team Letterman from 1976 to 1978. Also, at Bemidji State University, he was a tennis team Letterman from 1978 to 1980.

Jon, his wife Kelly, and their two daughters moved to Florida in 1997.  His eldest daughter lettered on the Sebastian River High School girls’ team and received a college tennis scholarship. 

Jon coached at Sebastian River High School boys’ tennis team from 2001 to 2008 achieving 2 District team championships, 5 District team championships 2nd place, 1 District team championship 3rd place, 17 District champion players, 7 Doubles teams District champions, 1 Individual State champion, 3 Doubles teams competed at state with 1 as semi-finalists, 1 Doubles team State runner-up.  Jon coached two local teams for two years at the Junior Olympics. As a private instructor he has worked with 3 State #1 USTA players and a Nationally Ranked Junior. Jon has been a USPTR certified tennis instructor for 17 years.

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Christophe Delavaut, is a certified USPTA Elite rating , certified PTR professional rating, MTM certified professional, He is also a Tennis Congress Faculty Member. Until recently Christophe was a Club Manager, partner and the Tennis Director at Boulevard Tennis Club. 


Christophe will spearhead activities focusing on improving the playing level of the women’s and men’s team, including clinics in double strategies. He will also be promoting night games, individual and group lessons, demonstrations and internal tournaments.

Christophe Delavaut
USPTA Certified, PTR Certified
MTM Certified

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