Kyle Markham, Jayhawk Tennis Center

GM & Director of Tennis

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Kyle Markham

Jayhawk Tennis Center GM & Director of Tennis

In addition to his duties as general manager and director of tennis at the Jayhawk Tennis Center, Kyle Markham stepped up and spent the spring of 2015 as an assistant coach for the Kansas women’s tennis program. At the conclusion of the 2015 campaign, Markham returned to his regular duties as KU hired Caroline Lilley to serve as assistant coach on a permanent basis.

A Wichita, Kansas, native, Markham won the 5A singles state tournament for Goddard High in 2001. He holds the career match record with 132 singles wins.

He is a graduate of the University of Iowa and competed for the Hawkeye Tennis Team in the No. 2 singles and No. 1 doubles positions. Following his collegiate career, Markham co-founded Kansas City United Tennis, which managed the Plaza Tennis Center and also consisted of a high-level junior academy.

Markham has extensive experience training high-performance juniors as well as managing tennis facilities. He coached numerous nationally ranked junior players and traveled internationally to coach at ITF tournaments. Many juniors that he has coached have received scholarships to play tennis at Division I, II and III schools. Markham also served as the men’s and women’s assistant tennis coach at Johnson County Community College in 2010.

He is a certified USPTA Professional 1 coach. Markham’s wife Britney received her undergraduate and master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Kansas. Markham and his wife, Britney, have three children, Wyatt, Miles and Sadie.

Bio courtesy of http://www.kuathletics.com.

With the onset of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we have all been faced with adapting how we live, work and learn.

Due to NCAA Division I and Big 12 restrictions, we unfortunately will not be able to host camps until at least after August 31, 2020.

ACCORDINGLY, OUR 2020 SUMMER CAMPS HAVE BEEN CANCELED.

Our Coaches and Staff will continue to monitor and follow guidelines from the CDC, NCAA and The University of Kansas.

If restrictions are lifted, we are looking at potentially hosting a holiday camp later this year.

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