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Meet The Tennis Pros

Kostyantyn Khodirev

Kostyantyn Khodirev, Wintergreen's Director of Tennis, is a USPTA-certified professional who has been a full-time member of the resort’s tennis staff since 2012. Kostyantyn's talent and passion for teaching have helped garner national renown for the resort’s award-winning Adult Tennis Academy. Kostyantyn has coached USTA Teams to the National Championship and achieved a perfect 5-star rating for Wintergreen’s Nike Tennis Camps. He graduated from Ferris State University’s Professional Tennis Management Program, specializing in teaching tennis and club management.

Ryan Bauman

Ryan Bauman, Wintergreen's Assistant Director of Tennis, has been coaching tennis since 2006. Originally from Florida, Ryan transferred to Ferris State University’s Professional Tennis Management program and graduated in 2011. He has worked with players from all different backgrounds and play styles, including professional women’s players and internationally ranked juniors. Ryan is excited to bring his knowledge and enthusiasm to the world-renowned Wintergreen Resort Tennis Program.

Shelly Stillman-Scott

Shelly Stillman-Scott, Wintergreen’s Tennis Pro Shop Manager and Tennis Pro, is a USPTA certified Elite professional who has been a member of the resort’s tennis staff since 2017. Having taught for more than 25 years, Shelly’s background includes teaching at resorts on Maui, co-directing the Nike Tennis Camp at the University of California San Diego with her husband, Bill Scott, running both junior and adult lesson programs at private clubs in California and Montana, as well as serving as director of tennis at Santa Catalina School in Monterey, California. Originally from San Diego, Ca., Shelly played #1 singles and doubles at the University of Virginia where she received the first full woman’s tennis scholarship, and still competes as a 5.0 player.