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Stephen Koon

Stephen Koon

We have produced players who have played NCAA tennis at the following schools logos shown below

USA tennis colleges

Proud to say in this time following players have trained at our facility

India #1 ATP player from India
Georgia #1 ATP player from Georgia
Taiwan #1 ATP player from Taiwan
South Korea #1 ATP player from South Korea
South Korea #2 ATP player from South Korea
China #1 ATP player from China
Vietnam #1 ATP player from Vietnam
Thailand #1 ITF junior boy from Thailand 2015, 2016
Japan #1 ITF junior boy from Japan 2015
Australia #1 ITF junior boy from Australia 2015
Singapore #1 ITF junior boy from Singapore 2015
Brunei #1 ITF junior boy from Brunei 2015
Australia #1 ITF junior girl from Australia 2015
Singapore #1 ITF junior girl from Singapore 2015
India #1 ITF junior girl from India 2016
Hong Kong #1 ITF junior boy from Hong Kong 2016
Sri Lanka #1 ITF junior boy from Sri Lanka 2016
Pakistan #1 16/u junior boy from Pakistan 2015
Malaysia #1 ITF junior girl from Malaysia 2017
Taiwan #1 ITF junior boy from Taiwan 2018
2015 Boys Asian high school singles champion
2014 Asian Games singles gold Medalist

As well as players from Singapore, Hong Kong, France, Nepal, Vietnam, USA, Bangladesh, Russia, Finland, Portugal, Iran, Kuwait, India, Pakistan, UAE, Syria, Norway, England.

We also hosted the following at our academy facilities.

China Davis Cup Team from China
Thailand Davis Cup Team from Thailand
Cambodia Davis Cup Team from Cambodia
Malaysia Davis Cup Team from Malaysia
Coached 9 top 50 ITF players
Coached 18 ITF players ranked between 51- 300
Coached 6 top 100 ATP players
Coached 6 top 300 WTA players

He also coached players who achieved or went on to achieve the following results

• 2008 Orange Bowl Singles Champion
• 2009 Australian Open Boys Singles Champion
• 2009 US Open Girls Singles Champion
• 2009 Wimbledon Boys Singles R/up
• 2010 Australian Open Boys Singles R/up
• 2013 Wimbledon Boys Singles R/up
and
• Kevin Anderson current ATP #11 ranked singles player
• Yoshihito Nishioka the 2014 Asian Games Singles Gold Medallist
• Four top 100 WTA singles players
• Four top 100 ATP singles players
• Eight top 10 ITF singles players
• June - December 2012 Worked in a dual role as head coach for the Asian Tennis Centre (Asian Tennis Federation) and Director of Player Development for the Lawn Tennis Association of Thailand
• Coached the number one ranked singles player for boys 13/u, 14/u and 16/u age groups as well as the number one ranked singles player for girls 17/u and 18/u
• Did training camps for the top 14/u junior players from Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Uzbekistan, Taipei, Hong Kong, Malaysia
• 2013 Private coach for Australia number 1 ranked junior girl Sara Tomic
• January 2014 - present Director of Tennis for Impact Tennis Academy in Nonthaburi, Thailand
• ATP Tour travelling coach for India’s number one ATP singles player Yuki Bhambri
• ATP Tour travelling coach for Georgia’s number one ATP singles player Nikoloz Basilashvili

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