Personal Info

Name

Sarah Stone

Role

Coach

Gender

Female

City

Delray Beach FL

Bio

Sarah Stone is a professional tennis coach. There is a strong family tie to tennis in the Stone family. Sarah’s Father, Terry, is a former professional tennis player and current head coach at Grace Park Hawthorn Club in Melbourne Australia. Sarah’s brother, Adam, Play Division 1 college tennis and assisted her as hitting partner for Samantha Stosur. Her Mother, older brother and Grand parents are all club tennis players. A passionate teacher, Sarah has seen and worked with players of all ages and standards. Currently residing in Delray Beach, FL, Sarah is the former director of tennis at Columbine Country Club in Colorado and Volunteer Assistant coach at Pac 12 school University of Colorado, Boulder. She has built her coach philosophy through her years of vast experience, believing that the art of teaching is the most critical skill when it comes to creating a Grand Slam champion. Sarah’s teaching style has a very strong technical element, as it is her belief that technique must be sound in order to stand up to the pressures of the highest level of professional tennis. Working with a player is not just a job, it is a way of life, both a mentoring position and a confident. Developing world class tennis players requires strength, respect, trust and integrity and above all else an unwavering commitment to the journey.

SARAH’S PLAYERS

Currently working with

Alexa Glatch USA
Nicole Frenkel
Hermehr Kaur
Madeline Meredith
Lindsay Song
Ally Miller Krasilnokov

FORMER:

Samantha Stosur (6/2003 – 6/2006)
Christina Wheeler (2006)
Anastasia Rodionova (2007)
Romina Oprandi (2006 and 2007)
Vasilisa Bardina (2008 and 2011)

SARAH THE PLAYER

Professional playing Career

Winner of 11 ITF doubles titles (4 with Stousr)
Main draw doubles Australian Open 2003 (w/Stosur)
Main draw doubles Wimbledon 2003 (w/Sewell)
WTA doubles ranking 131
Singles ranking 600
career cut short due to injury at 21

Junior playing Career

winner of several national titles
Australian junior fed cup team member
VIS scholarship holder
ITF ranking of 8 in doubles and 80 in singles