Ben Cappuccitti, JTCC Senior Coach
Ben Cappuccitti has been at the head of several renowned academies since 2005. He was mentored for two years by coaching legend Jose Higueras, during which he acted as Dmitry Tursunov’s traveling and physical conditioning coach. After being promoted to director of Higueras’ California academy, Cappuccitti developed players whose accomplishments include top 20 ITF rankings, USTA Gold Ball champions, and 5 NCAA championships. He was also responsible for ATP professional Igor Kunitsyn’s off-season training for two years. Cappuccitti’s latest achievement came in 2012 when he helped University of Florida graduate Antoine Benneteau gain 700 spots in the ATP rankings in less than a year, reaching a career high of 380.
Anastasia Revzina, JTCC Staff Professional
Anastasia Revzina comes to JTCC as one of the most accomplished college players and coaches of the last few years. In a four-year playing career at the University of Florida, she won the SEC Conference Championship 3 times, with Anastasia eventually named team captain. She made the SEC academic honor roll 3 times and won an award honoring her sportsmanship. Upon graduating with a B.S. in Public Relations, she became the University of Florida Volunteer Assistant Coach while earning her M.S. in Management and M.A. in International Business. With her on the coaching staff, the team went on to win the NCAA Team Championship in 2012 and finish runner-up in 2011. In her junior career, Anastasia was among the top 5 players in Russia and top 100 in the world, while also competing for the Russian National Junior tennis team. During her time, the team won the European Team Championship and were World Cup Team runners-up.