Meet the Team

All of us here at Grand Slam Tennis Tours come from different backgrounds, but we have one thing in common: we’re tennis fanatics. We pride ourselves on seamlessly merging tennis and travel by planning the best tennis vacations and being the most knowledgeable in the business. Meet the team below and see the pretty faces behind the scenes.

Andrew Chmura
President of Grand Slam Tennis Tours, Partner at Topnotch Management

Andrew competed on the satellite circuit, played for the University of Notre Dame and held the No. 1 ranking in New England as a junior. He is a USPTR accredited teaching professional. He loves his three children, enjoys traveling, and encourages tennis playing around the world.

Chris Campbell

Chris switched gears from the large corporate world to join us in Stowe. She enjoys playing tennis, cross country skiing and is eager to try snow shoeing.

Kyle Ross
Public Relations, Tournaments

Kyle brings extensive event management experience from the ATP Tour and has found a way to combine it with his passion for travel with us. When he’s not playing tennis, eating sushi, or cooking with his lovely wife, he can be found working hard in the office or on site at one of our Challenger events.

Erika Goss

No stranger to tennis, Erika captained her Varsity Tennis Team at Colby College. At GSTT, she leads Operations, where she is responsible for tour construction, systems, and tour hosting. Erika’s transition to GSTT is also a transition back to her hometown of Stowe. Erika is a fan of tennis, skiing, and travel, making Vermont and GSTT a perfect fit.

James Watson

James has played tennis since he could hold a racquet. He played for Bucknell University and has taught tennis up and down the East Coast. When he’s not playing tennis or at work, he’s most likely in the woods riding his bike or snowboarding.

Laura Marttinen

Laura joined our team all the way from Finland to tackle our digital marketing and design needs. When not photographing tennis events, she enjoys watching hockey, cooking, and traveling—the dual citizenship thing helps with the latter.