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Evan Dorman


Joined IRC: 2002


PTR Certified

Years Teaching: 22+

Years Playing: 33+

Teaching Style: Evan is very patient and likes to motivate players to work hard on their all around tennis game from techniques to strategy. He’s a very strong hitter and advanced players frequently request hitting lessons with Evan.


Evan has been teaching at IRC for 21 years. He played high school tennis at North Central from 1986-1990 – earning a state championship with an undefeated season.

USTA Provisional Umpire, 2004. Vincennes University Tennis, 1990-1994. National Junior College Midwest Region 12 Conference Champion, 1992-1993. Academic All-American Scholar Athlete, 1993. Runner-up, NJCAA Division II Nationals, 1992. IHSAA undefeated Team State Champion, North Central High School.

Levels: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced

Age Groups: Juniors, Adults and Seniors


  • Aggressive doubles tactics
  • Strong net play
  • Doubles formations

Other Interests:

Evan likes spending time outdoors bike riding, hiking, and taking walks on the Monon Trail. He also enjoys being with his 8 nieces and nephews.

More about Evan :

“I’ve been working with Evan on my game for a few months. He is a very patient teacher and his tennis knowledge is evident. We have worked on several aspects of my game from techniques to strategy. He has helped me adapt from solely being a clay court player to becoming an effective hard court player. I am more confident than every in my hard court game thanks to Evan.”

– Keith Michael Felder | Adult Player