A tennis court can be a "house of horrors" when things start going wrong. Just ask a few of Serena Williams' opponents at this year's U.S. Open.
Former WTA tennis professional and Northwestern University standout Elena Chernyakova of Russia is going to be experiencing a horror of another tyoes as she has been cast in the lead in the now in production "Psychotic" from NuConcepts Productions.
It's the Russian tennis pro's first lead role.
"Psychotic" is directed and produced by Claude Reid of Claude Reid Productions along with Christhtopher Free in association with NuConcepts Productions.
Let's see if you can follow this plot.
Jennifer, played by Chernyakova and Michael, are roommates who kill their friends and roommates and drink the blood of those that they kill. They also seen to have split personalities. Michael also works in the music industry where he also kills during his travels. When the film concludes, it is discovered that some of the killings are part of a dream.
Chernyakova began her acting career in July 2012 after graduating from Northwestern University with a degree in Communication Studies in the Business Institutions Program, and International Studies. Before, and while in college she played ITF and WTA events all over the world, achieving a career high WTA ranking of 576 in 2008.
Chernyakova's tennis resume includes wins over Heather Watson, Sally Peers and Tara Moore.
Her film resume includes this thriller which is currently being filmed in Chicago.