Here is Ann’s pro student Francesca di Lorenzo in action for Ohio State in 2016

Here is Ann enjoying times with her fellow coaches and clients

Qualifications

USPTA Certified

PTR Certified

Coaching Times and Fees

Please contact Ann direct for more information on her costings.

Associated Club/Schools

WTCA – Womens Tennis Coaching Association – Ann works tirelessly as CEO with founder Sarah Stone helping the WTCA which is the first Association set up solely to support female tennis players. https://womenstenniscoaching.com

Ann has also been known to speak at various conferences throughout the world.

 

Coaching Experience

As a player Ann’s highest ranking was 29 in the World.  She claimed high profile wins over the likes of Martina Navratilova, Mary Jo Fernandez and Zina Garrison.  She was also ranked 31 in the World at doubles.  During her time as a player, she played many Fed Cup Games for the US and reached the 4th round of several Grand Slam Events including the US and French.

As a coach, Ann is currently working with 19 year old pro player Francesca di Lorenzo.  Francesca is currently ranked 334 in the world and has a vast amount of time on her side.

Ann has also worked at various times on court with other pro players including Alexa Glatch, and is the CEO of the Womens Tennis Coaching Association.  She has the reputation of being one of the finest coaches on the Womens Tour and has bags of enthusiasm and charisma.

Testimonials

Ann Grossman Wunderlich is one of the finest coaches in the world. I have been fortunate enough to work on court with Ann as a coaching team with professional player Alexa Glatch. Annie is globally renowned for having the best work ethic and being one of the most disciplined and professional players to have ever played our sport. If you want to improve your game and you are willing to do everything that it takes, Ann has the knowledge, dedication and knowhow to help you reach your tennis potential.

Sarah Stone - WTA Coach to Alexa Glatch and COO WTCA

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