Coach Ed Krass’ 30th Annual College Tennis Exposure Camp

Our Mission

The College Tennis Exposure Camp is dedicated to preparing high school student-athletes for college tennis.  Our staff, which consists totally of current head men’s and women’s college tennis coaches, is committed to helping our students make the transition from junior tennis to college tennis a reality.

Coach Ed Krass

Coach Ed Krass is the founder and director of the College Tennis Exposure Camp, which is the nation’s only tennis camp taught exclusively by head college tennis coaches.

Ed Krass coached the Harvard Women’s Tennis Team to four consecutive Ivy League team titles and four national Division I team tournament appearances during 1986-1990.

Prior to Harvard, Ed was the Head Assistant Men’s Coach at Clemson University, where he coached the Men’s Team to two ACC team titles and a #5 national team ranking in 1985. Team members included 10 players who turned pro.

Ed played his college tennis at the University of Central Florida from 1978-82 and went on to coach the UCF Men’s Team to a Division II #6 national team ranking in 1983.

Ed coached the Charlotte Heat of the World Team Tennis League to the playoffs and a #2 finish in the Eastern Division in 1991.

Ed is a USTA High Performance Coach and has been a speaker at the USTA, USPTA, USPTR, and ITA National Coaches Conventions.

In 1990, Ed produced his B.E.S.T. Serve video, which pioneered the abbreviated serve into both the teaching and playing ranks. Ed is the founder and director of One-on-One Doubles® Tennis, which is sanctioned by the USTA and played on college campuses nationwide. Coach Krass’ Tennis and Rockin’ Blues events, featuring One-On-One Doubles, have been held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, home of the U.S. Open. He is the author of six tennis videos and DVDs.