Tennis Instructor Vaz Zaghiyan

With over 15 years of full-time coaching experience, Vaz has dedicated his career to seeing his students achieve their ambitions. Vaz started playing tennis at the age of 15. He played #1 singles for Burbank High School and won the CIF Division 3 Championship in 1993. In 1994, the team advanced to the CIF semi-finals. Thereafter, he played at Los Angeles Pierce College for 2 years, where he was ranked #8 in singles in California among junior college players. He then played Division 1 tennis at California State University, Sacramento on a full athletic scholarship. After receiving his B.S. in Finance in 1999, he worked at Merrill Lynch for several months, after which he realizing his true passion was tennis and began his career as a tennis instructor in the San Fernando Valley. Since then, Vaz has developed many varsity high school tennis players and Division 1 and 3 college players. Vaz is a USPTA-certified tennis professional. He coaches students of all ages and skill levels and will work with each student to develop a training plan designed to achieve his or her highest potential. On his free time, Vaz enjoys spending time with his wife and 2 beautiful daughters.