General Manager of CourtSense and Director of Tennis at BRC
Ogi, a former top junior from Yugoslavia came to the US in his senior high school year as an exchange student at the Memphis University School, in Memphis TN. After winning the team state championships in Tennessee, in 1992, he received a full athletic scholarship to Rollins College where he became an All-American, and also was captain of the #1-ranked team in Division II. He graduated with degrees in Economics and Business Administration. After college, Ogi, became a world-ranked singles and doubles player on the ATP tour, while serving as a player and captain for the Davis Cup team of Macedonia.
In the years following his retirement from competitive tennis, Ogi assumed the responsibilities as the national junior captain for Macedonia and later became Vice President of the Macedonian Tennis Federation, while he also owned and ran a prestigious tennis club in Macedonia for more than 10 years. In those 10 years he was the cornerstone of the success of the Macedonian Tennis, where a few of the players that he worked with ranked as high as top 5 in Europe and later established themselves as pro players. Ogi joined the CourtSense team in 2008 and with his education, passion, and rational thinking has become an instrumental player in the development of the CourtSense program.