Founder and CEO - Scott Miller
Scott Miller is the owner of 904 Tennis, which he founded in August of 2016. Scott earned a bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of North Florida, where he played tennis (1996-2000). Scott has been the Head Professional at Deerwood Country Club (2001-2004), the Assistant Director of Tennis at Palencia (2004-2007), and the Director of Tennis at Julington Creek Plantation (2007-2016). In August 2016 he started 904 Tennis and expanded to four facilities under his management by 2017, and currently manages eight tennis facilities.
During his career he and his staff have coached countless recreational adults and juniors, thousands of competitive junior players, and hundreds of kids that have gone on to play college tennis, several of which have gone on to be fellow teaching tennis professionals. Scott has directed and managed over 250 tournaments including charity events, member guest events, and USTA sanctioned tournaments.
Scott and his staff have coached several adult teams to national, sectional and regional championships in the USTA, as well as several First Coast and Country Club city championships. Scott was a USTA Zonal Team Championship coach from 2002-2006 and has coached several players that have competed in the Clay Court National Championships, Easter Bowl, Orange Bowl, and USTA Hard Court National Championships. Scott has been the Head Coach for the Bartram Trail Boys Tennis Team for five seasons, and led the team to the 2018 FHSAA 3A State Title. Scott is USPTA certified and was selected by his peers as the 2012 USPTA District Professional of the year.
Director of Tennis - William Moseley
William is thrilled to be a part of the 904 Tennis professional team. He brings a unique perspective and outlook to his teaching that promises to serve our members well. Will has been devoted to his tennis and has always been a student of the game. This knowledge will help players of all ages and levels take their game to the next level and increase their enjoyment.
Will’s tennis journey began at the young age of 5 in Atlanta, Georgia and it was clear that he had found his passion. By the age of 14 Will achieved a career high ranking of number 17 in the country. Throughout Will’s junior career he competed at the prestigious “National Hardcourt Championships” and the “National Clay Court Championships” each year until attending college.
Will attended and played one year of Division 1 Tennis at Georgia Southern University before transferring to Indiana State University for the remainder of his college career. He and his team at Indian State University won the Division 1 Missouri Valley Conference twice.
At age 24, Will’s teaching career began as an Assistant Professional at the “Tennis Academy of The South” where he coached and guided many of Georgia’s top juniors and travelled with students to national tournaments around the country as well as at the prestigious Druid Hills Golf Club in Atlanta. Will moved to Jacksonville in 2014 and worked several years at the Bolles School and Accotink Academy for Witt Tennis before joining the 904 Tennis team in 2017. Tennis has always been his passion and working with juniors and preparing them for national level tennis tournaments is what has given him the most satisfaction in his teaching career.