"To me the sport of tennis is for life. I feel most of my success when past junior students of mine come back and enjoy the game as an adult. "
Karen Neuman has been on a tennis court as a student, high school/college/professional player,teaching professional, college coach and owner. She grew up in Ohio and played college tennis at UW EauClaire. After college Karen played several years on the European Tennis Tour before starting her life long career as a Tennis Pro at Kettering Tennis Center in Dayton, Ohio. She relocated to Green Bay to be the Director of Tennis for Green Bay Packaging when they were leasing Western Racquet and Four Seasons Tennis Clubs. After 9 years, she became the Director of Tennis at Oneida Country Club where she established a strong tennis program for 16 years. She served as the Head Woman's Tennis Coach for UWGB for 8 seasons and prior to building Green Bay Tennis Center, Karen was the Tennis Director at Green Bay County Club. Karen is now teaching juniors that are grandchildren of her first Green Bay adult students. Her role is changing as she retires from the court, but will continue to share her love of the game, most recently with her 3 year old granddaughter