Sandon Stolle

Sandon Stolle pioneered the U.S. College pathway for Australian athletes. His post college career sporting achievements speak for themselves: Australian Davis Cup Champion, Grand Slam Champion, 4-time Grand Slam Finalist, #2 world doubles ranking, #50 world singles ranking and 22 professional titles. What few know is that leading up to all those accomplishments, Sandon developed his game and matured as a person as a student-athlete at Texas Christian University (TCU) in the U.S. College sporting system. He credits his sporting and professional success to his experiences during those years.

Sandon has internationally recognised qualifications as an elite level coach and holds a high performance coaching certificate from Tennis Australia. In the lead up to the Beijing Olympics, Sandon coached the National Chinese Women’s Team. From this position he was recruited back into Australian Tennis where he worked at the Australian Institute of Sport both with junior and professional athletes. He then headed up the National Academy Junior Program in NSW and Tennis Australia’s National Academy in Adelaide, managing a number of athletes and coaches within his team.

He has been involved with the media, working for Fox Sports as a tennis analyst, co-hosted the Road to the Australian Open and worked for SBS weekly sports progam. Sandon has been fortunate to work with many corporations and charity organisations through the sport of tennis, and is consistently sharing his experiences and stories of being a professional athlete. He is strongly committed to keeping kids in sport and in school, while educating them of the commitment and dedication it takes to achieve their goals.


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