Coach of former World #1, #5, #10, et al.
Brad Stine became a USTA national coach Sept. 15, 2014. Prior to joining the USTAPD, Stine founded and operated the 360 Tennis Academy in Fresno, California. In his career, Stine has worked as a personal coach for such players as Jim Courier, Sébastien Grosjean, Andrei Medvedev, and Mardy Fish. He was also a successful collegiate coach with the Fresno State men's tennis team and led the Bulldogs to their first-ever Top 20 NCAA Division I national ranking. Stine's primary responsibility is to assist in the development of the top prospects at the USTA Training Centers as well as at other locations, as well as assisting USTA/USTAPD coaches and players in a better understanding of clay-court development.