Ludo Aaron, Head Tennis Professional

Ludo Aaron has been the Head Tennis Pro at Meridian Hills Country Club for ten years. He previously held the national ranking in Great Britain and was a Top 10 junior player in Great Britain. He left England and came to Butler University on a full tennis scholarship in 1990. Ludo played number one for four years and received the ‘Most Valuable Player’ award for three out of his four years. After Butler, Ludo went on the tour and played the pro circuit in Portugal before returning to America to pursue a teaching career in tennis.  Ludo has been the driving force for the successful Paddle Tennis program, and bringing Pickleball to Meridian Hills.






Daniel Delgado, Assistant Tennis Professional

Daniel Delgado captained and played for North Central High School where he was a state semi-finalist, 1st Team All Conference, 1st Team All State and ranked top 10 in the State in high school.  Daniel attended Wabash College where he played number one singles and doubles and achieved 1st team All Conference in Singles and Doubles.  He was an instructor at North Central High School for a number of years. We are happy Daniel is coming back for his third year at Meridian Hills.





Will Stackhouse, Assistant Tennis Professional

Will Stackhouse is a 4 year letter winner at The Culver Academies in Culver, IN. Will was born in Indianapolis where he learned to play tennis under Ludo Aaron at MHCC. Will helped his team go to round of 16 in the state tournament three years while playing at Culver. He was in the school marching band where he played the bass drum. Will attended The Ohio State University.  This is Will's fifth year at Meridian Hills.






Ari Gerstein, Assistant Tennis Professional

Ari is finishing up his senior year at North Central High School.  He is ranked 8th in his class, is in the International Baccalaureate Program and participates in varsity Tennis and Golf.  Ari plays number one singles and won the Team State Championship this past year.  He has coached since he was 13 years old and has been stringing racquets for over 5 years.  He is looking forward to a great year at Meridian Hills working side by side with Ludo and all of the great kids.   This fall he will be playing for the Butler Bulldogs.   





Michael Makio, Assistant Tennis Professional

Michael was a member of the Carmel High School Tennis team and won the State championship.  He just completed his sophomore year at Wabash College where he played  2 singles and doubles and achieved All Conference Honorary Mention in singles.  We welcome Michael to the Meridian Hills Team!