Learning about them will help us in understanding how they do it, and what’s so much different in the methods of these coaches which have enabled legends to be born under their guidance.
Richard WilliamsIf the name Serena Williams and Venus Williams sounds familiar, then you surely have an understanding of the tennis world.
They are coached by none other than their father, Richard Williams. Although Richard William was not a legend himself, he was able to coach his older daughter Venus when she was age 4.
Through the constant support and guidance of their father, Serena and Venus Williams were able to propel themselves into such greatness.
Goran IvanisevicGoran Ivanisevic is a former Wimbledon champion who took the trophy in his hands in 2001. Since 2013, he has been an active coach and training some legends one after another.
His first compatriot was Marin Cilic, who won US Open in 2014 and a split in 2016. After that, he joined the coaching staff of Thomas Berdych and Milos Raonic before joining the world great Novak Djokovic.
Since then, Novak Djokovic has won 86 ATF single tiles including 20 Grand Slams titles, five ATF finals, and 37 ATF Mater titles.
Boris BeckerBoris got much spotlight when he won Wimbledon at the age of 17, he worked with Novak Djokovic between 2014 and 2016.
Since that time he had won 18 Grand Slams as well as 4 Wimbledon titles. He is regarded as one of the best tennis coaches in the world because much of the mental and physical ability of Novak Djokovic was improved during his tenure.
Nick BollettieriNick Bollettieri is a household name in the world of tennis. Coaching some of the giants in this career includes Serena Williams, Andre Agassi, Maria Sharapova, and Monica Seles.
Another big success story for Nick Bollettieri was the development of Tennis academies such as IMG academy in the 1970s.
Ivan LendlIvan Lendl cannot be credited enough as he was proved to be a game-changer for Andy Murray who was on a losing streak after he becomes a member of his coaching team.
During his time with Andy Murray, he won a single US open as his maiden Grand Slam. It didn’t stop him then as he consecutively won 3 Wimbledon titles from 2013 to 2016 which made him World number one.
Patrick MouratoglouSerena William's lowest part of her career was when she lost the first round of the French Open in 2012. That was the time when Mouratoglou was hired as her head coach.
It was a spectacular choice for her since his induction, Williams won 10 out of 23 Grand Slams including 4 from the US Open, and won at Wimbledon.
Lennart BergelinOne of the best tennis coaches in the world of old times is Lennart Bergelin, who was the coach of Bjorn Borg from 1971 to 1983.
He was able to win the 10 Grand slams title under his guidance which really help his career to grow during the golden days.