Brad Stine is the guest today. Coach Stine (born 1958) is an American tennis coach from Fresno, California. He is best known for coaching former No.1 ATP player Jim Courier, although he coached many other famous players.
Coach Stine started coaching with the USTA in 1986 as a member of the US junior national team. During that time the junior national team (Junior Davis Cup Team) included Jim Courier, Pete Sampras, Michael Chang, Malivai Washington, Todd Martin, Jonathan Stark, Jared Palmer, David Wheaton, and Jeff Tarango, who all reached top 100 ATP ranking, and many other notable players.
After 3 years as an assistant coach with the Fresno State Men’s Tennis Team he was hired in 1985 as the head tennis coach at Fresno State University. Brad Stine resigned in 1991 when he took a full-time coaching position with Jim Courier. During the first period Jim Courier reached the no.1 ATP ranking. He won 2 French Open and 2 Australian Open titles along with other tournaments and participated in the finals of all 4 Grand Slams. At present Brad Stine is currently running his 360 Tennis Academy in Fresno, California. He was recently featured in Tennis Channel Academy.
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