Six former juniors from the TCK and long-time helpers of the tennis tournaments have taken over responsibility on the organizing committee for the tennis tournaments in Klosters this year. Tennis has established itself in Klosters and it is important to us to carry this foundation into the future in the long term.

OK Members

Pascal Mathis

I have been playing at TC Klosters for 21 years and am an active member of the men's NLC team. I am currently in the final stages of my Masters at the University of St. Gallen. The tennis tournaments in Klosters have great sentimental value for me, as I was already allowed to clean the courts as a junior. I then took on the role of umpire for the seniors and assisted in the tournament office.

Tournament director

Roman Schneider

I practically grew up on our tennis court in Klosters and still love spending time on the court. I am currently also part of the men's NLC and proudly represent our club in the interclub. After graduating from the University of St. Gallen, I started training as an auditor at Ernst & Young. The tennis tournaments mean a lot to me, as I have taken great pleasure in my various tasks since my first assignment as a court cleaner and enjoy spending time with my childhood friends.


Sandro Wegmüller

As a junior, I learned the basics of tennis from Marc Kämpf in Klosters and was given the opportunity to train as a tennis player at the sports high school in Davos. I am currently part of the NLC team. I'm currently in my last semester of the Masters in Architecture at ETH. The tennis tournaments in Klosters are a big highlight for me every year, as top players from different nations compete for points in our beautiful destination.


Corinne Wegmüller

My fascination with tennis began as a child at TC Klosters. I have been part of the club ever since and have been captain of the women's 1st division team for several years. During my studies in Bern, I was able to gain exciting insights behind the scenes as an intern at Swiss Tennis. I now work at Credit Suisse (UBS) in Zurich. The tennis tournaments in Klosters are part of my development and a matter close to my heart.


Vanessa Mathis

I've been playing at TC Klosters since I was 8 years old and I'm currently part of the women's 1st division team. Last year I completed my degree in architecture and now work in Lucerne at Fahrni Partner Architekten. For me, tennis tournaments belong to Klosters like the Kappel Bridge belongs to Lucerne. I also started out as a court cleaner and for the last 6 years I have been coordinating the helpers at the tournaments.


Marco Schneider

As the youngest member of our team, I have had the least experience on the tennis court despite 14 years of tennis, although I am currently part of the 2nd men's team at TC Klosters. After completing my apprenticeship as a computer scientist at Somedia AG, I started studying computer science at the OST University of Applied Sciences in Rapperswil last year and also work at DACHCOM.DIGITAL AG in Rheineck. For me, the tennis tournaments are an important part of what Klosters has to offer, as wonderful tennis can be admired every year.

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