Meet our new Tennis Director, Elizabeta!

Elizabeta is excited to be a part of the Hidden Trails family. As of today, she is taking on the position of Tennis Director at Hidden Trails. She is looking forward to growing the tennis program and introducing more people to the great game of tennis. Elizabeta and her husband Garrett have 3 children; son Nicholas and twin girls Sanja and Lucija. You can learn more about Elizabeta’s tennis background below.

About Elizabeta

Elizabeta Abramovic Babb is a certified USPTA professional who recently founded and operates Wolf Tennis Academy that has over 50 students.

Born in Zagreb, Croatia, Elizabeta comes from a family of seven children where tennis runs in the blood. Her father is an established coach who operates a tennis academy in Croatia and her two older sisters were professional tennis players. Her oldest sister Ivana Abramović was a top ten junior tennis player in the world at the age of 16. Her career high on the WTA singles rankings was number 143. She reached her career high doubles ranking of No. 141 in 2007. Elizabeta’s sister Marija was also an accomplished professional player with career high on the WTA singles ranking of 266 and 140 in doubles. She is now licensed in PTR and USPTA professional tennis courses.

Following the footsteps of her older sisters, Elizabeta started playing tennis at the age of 7. After finishing high school she decided to pursue education in the USA. She accepted an offer for a tennis scholarship at the University of Central Oklahoma.

During her career at UCO she Earned All-Lone Star Conference honors in singles and doubles and was named the league Co-Sportsmanship Player of the Year. She was a four-year standout for the Bronchos and won 100 matches during her career while leading UCO to three national tournament appearances. She was also selected NCAA Division II South Central Region Senior Player of the Year by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.

After completing a bachelor’s, she decided to pursue her master’s in Business Administration and at the same time accepted the offer to work as an assistant coach for the Women’s tennis team at UCO. Her coaching experience was greatly enhanced while working for several different tennis clubs, including Kicking bird and Greens Country Club. She also coached middle school and high school students at Cassidy School for the last 2 years.

Elizabeta is a competitive spirit that excels at making tennis lessons accessible and fun for various playing levels and abilities. Her passion for the game aids in making the lessons challenging and engaging.