Ken Berlin is a USPTA certified professional. Growing up in Twinsburg, Ohio, Ken graduated from R. B. Chamberlin High School. He was a two-time All Chagrin Valley Conference selection and earned team MVP honors in his senior season. Ken was also a member of the golf team at RBC.
Ken went on to become a four-year letter winner in tennis at Hiram College including earning NCAC All-Conference honors in his senior season. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communication.
After graduation, Ken joined Western Reserve Racquet and Fitness Club in Streetsboro, Ohio as a teaching professional. During his four years there he worked with juniors and adults of all levels, including local high school varsity players that went on to play collegiate tennis. He also coordinated successful mixed doubles and adult men’s leagues at WRRFC.
Ken loves the game of tennis both from a playing and teaching perspective. He is excited to teach students of all ages and levels and is thrilled to be back in Ohio and part of the staff at RCC.
Currently, Ken is the Head Coach for the Worthington Kilbourne Girls Tennis Team. He has also served as the Head Coach for the Dublin Coffman Boys Tennis Team.