Sam Riley

Sam began playing tennis at the age of 10. He grew up playing competitively throughout Queensland, competing in Local and State tournaments. While playing high school tennis, Sam developed a passion for coaching, in particular Junior Development. While completing high school, Sam devoted his time to gaining his coaching qualifications and coaching juniors for four years. After high school, Sam went on to become a U.S. College athlete. He represented Ventura College in California, where he played number 4 and then transferred to Cornerstone University in Michigan, where he played number 2 on the roster.

While playing College Tennis Sam majored in Marketing Communications with a minor in Sport Coaching. While in the U.S., Sam was coaching adults and juniors at MVP Athletic Complex Grand Rapids, Michigan. Sam combines his wealth of knowledge and passion for education and sport to maximise student-athlete’s potential. Sam has a strong desire to help the next generation achieve in their chosen fields.


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