Christian Moulin coordinates and runs ASM programs in Moscow, Kiev, Almaty and Washington, DC.
He has more than ten years of professional experience in running tennis programs and instructing tennis from beginner level to advanced and professional levels. In addition to running ASM tennis academies and programs, he is specializing in developing earmarked tennis programs for private schools, including international ones (e.g. Anglo American school of Moscow, Almaty International School). Christian played tennis on the St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes School (SSSAS) varsity tennis team (in addition to varsity basketball and soccer teams), Bell Haven Country Club junior teams, junior USTA and professional ITF circuit. During many years while living abroad, he played tennis for theAmerican School of Paris and basketball with the “Paris St. Germain” top league team and with the “BC Kiev” in Ukraine.
Christian attended high school at SSSAS in Alexandria, Virginia and graduated from the American School of Paris in Paris, France. He earned a B.A. in Corporate Communications from the College of Charleston in South Carolina. Christian is also a member of the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA).
Christian, his wife Antonina and their children Alyona, Katya, and Alexi live in Alexandria, Virginia.
Senior coordinates ASM tennis activities as a deputy director.
Born and raised in Finland to a sports centered family, he moved to the USA when he was in his mid-20s. His mother Marjatta (Swedish speaking Finn) is a three time Scandinavian fencing champion with eight Finnish championships and participation in the Rome Olympic games. His grand-father (Russian) on his father’s side (Russian/French) won a bronze medal in the Stockholm Olympic games in sailing. Both parents and their families were also avid tennis players, as is Senior. They also gave him a lot of multi-cultural awareness and mastery of half of dozen languages.
Senior trained with and played ice-hockey, basketball and soccer for Finnish top teams and basketball up to the highest Premier Level. Upon moving to the USA, he continued being part of local senior leagues in basketball and soccer. He was also a long-time coach in recreational youth leagues in Alexandria area soccer and basketball and has been involved in coaching, training and guiding youth sports.
Maks coordinates ASM junior summer programs in the Washington D.C. area.
He has experience in instructing children and adults in Ukraine and the USA. He has coached the top 10 ranked junior Ukrainian tennis players in Ukraine. Max competed in ITF Junior Tour tournaments in Russia, USA, Germany, and Egypt among other countries. As a junior ITF player he had world ranking inside the top 400. Born and raised in Ukraine, Max came to the USA to play Division 1 tennis at Northern Illinois University and to get a US education in Business.