John McCambell

John McCampbell began his teaching career at The Los Posas Country Club in Camarillo, California. He held the head tennis professional position until 1981 when he opened the Oxnard Tennis facility. The next year it was named the "Public Facility of the Year" by the USTA. John was then fortunate to move to the Cabrillo Racket Club in Camarillo, California and work with Wayne Bryan, father of the Bryan twins, and considered one of the best coaches in the nation. John also worked with Mike and Bob, who are now the world's number 1 doubles team, on a daily basis and even traveled with them  their first three years on the US hard court series. The last few years John's band has backed up the Bryan brothers at tour events including the U.S. open. John then came to the Malibu Racquet Club in 1989. From 1995-2004 he coached the Malibu High School boys and girls teams. He is a 20 year member of the USPTA and has spent 23 years as a Prince Advisory Staff Professional. 

Doug Olen

Doug began his tennis career as a top ranked junior an collegiate player. Doug graduated with a B.A. in economics from Boston College before beginning his coaching career. Over the past 18 years Doug has taught at premiere tennis clubs in Boston and Southern California. Throughout the course of his career, Doug has coached nationally ranked juniors and adult as well as WTA tour players. Doug is dedicated to providing high quality, professional instruction and training to maximize the tennis experience of each individual. 

Morgan Mays

Morgan led the USCB Gauchos Men's Tennis Team to these straight conference titles, as well as serving as team captain the past two seasons. He was All-Conference all three years, and named Big West Conference Player of the Year in 2017. There he played #1 singles and doubles, and was ranked in the Top 100 in Singles and as high as #6 in Doubles nationally. 

Born in Slovenia, Tina was part of the Slovenian National Tennis team throughout her junior years, and competed in ITF and WTA tournaments around the world before coming to the U.S. to study psychology and play tennis for the top ranked division I school - her team University of Georgia, where she helped her team reach the #1 national ranking. 

Tina has been teaching kids and adults since 2003 in the Los Angeles area and has been a great addition to our teaching staff at MRC. 

Tina Hojnik