Olga Warshaw
  • Hometown: Kiev, Ukraine
  • Started at Chestnut: 2000
  • Age Started: 8
  • Racket: Wilson Pro Staff
  • Favorite Pro: Samantha Stosur

Olga Warshaw (formerly Lugina) is a former Ukrainian international tennis player. As a junior Olga played for the Soviet Union’s national junior team for eight years, before turning pro in 1989.

On the WTA Tour, Lugina broke into the world’s Top 100 rankings in singles and Top 50 in doubles. Olga won two WTA doubles titles in 1996 & 1998; she also represented the Ukraine in the Fed Cup from 1992-1997, and was selected to represent the Ukraine in the 1996 Olympic games.

Olga retired after the 1999 U.S. Open and moved to Westchester to raise a family and start a teaching career. Since starting at CRRC Olga has groomed numerous high school players for collegiate tennis careers and helped many gain college scholarships.