Brad Stine


Professional Tennis Coach & Consultant

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Brad Stine has more than 30 years of tennis experience on his resume. He currently coaches Kevin Anderson (Ranked #5 in the World). Leading Kevin to the finals of Wimbledon in 2018.


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 at the age of 26. He led Fresno State to their first-ever top 20 NCAA Division I national ranking.


Stine started coaching with the USTA in 1986 as a member of the US junior national team along with Greg Patton. 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.


Stine resigned in 1991 and left collegiate coaching to start a full time career on the tour. Brad worked a total of 8 years with Jim Courier over two distinct time periods. During the first period Jim Courier won several grand slam titles and achieved the #1 ranking in the world. He won 2 French Open and 2 Australian Open titles along with other tournaments and participated in the finals of all 4 Grand Slams. In 1997 Jim asked Brad to team up again and the relationship lasted until Jim's retirement in 2000.


Stine later worked with Mardy Fish and Taylor Dent and was recently a USTA national coach based in Boca Raton, Florida. 

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New York Times

Tennis Coach Brad Stine Is Back in the Spotlight With Kevin Anderson