Russell (Rusty) Schubert:
It has been said that Rusty Schubert was born to play tennis. Collectively his tennis experiences on and off the court has made him an expert on court design, maintenance and tennis education. His consultations are requested, respected and highly proclaimed across the Cincinnati, Ohio Tri-State Region.
Schubert won the Mid-American Conference doubles title while at Ball State University in the early 1980s. He has coached Cincinnati’s Junior Davis Cup team to six Midwest titles and coached USTA/Midwest teams to two 16-and-under USTA National titles. Schubert authored a book on junior tennis, is a longtime board member of the Greater Cincinnati Tennis Association and was a teaching pro (at the Cincinnati Tennis Club (CTC) and Eastern Hills Indoor) for more than 30 years.
In 2013, Schubert was enshrined into the Cincinnati Tennis Hall of Fame alongside such regional greats as Bobby Farley, Carl Linder Eric Toth and Phil Smith. After retiring from the CTC in 2014, where he served as Club Manager, Schubert turned his attention to bettering the sport for others. Now a regional and national expert for clay court, hard court and indoor court development Schubert works directly with educational institutions, recreational facilities and the individual tennis lover.
From resurfacing and redesign to complete new construction Schubert knows tennis courts!