Top 10 Coaches to Lead their Players at the Truist Atlanta Open



1. David Macpherson - Ask John Isner and the Bryan Bros. who they trust their games with and they will tell you Coach Macpherson. The former Aussie doubles specialist and his players have tasted much success in Atanta. (2011, 2012, 2014-19)


2. Paul Annacone - The former player has experienced more success as coach. He previously coached the likes of Pete Sampras, Roger Federer, Sloane Stephens and in 2018 he coached Taylor Fritz.  (2018)


3. Patrick McEnroe - While not coaching one player specifically, the younger McEnroe brother served as General Manager of USTA Player Development for a number of years, working with American players. (2010-2014)


4. Andre Agassi - Yes, THE Andre Agassi. Who serves as the coach of Grigor Dimitrov. (2019)


5. Larry Stefanki - The longtime coach worked with the likes of John McEnroe, Marcelo Rios, Tim Henman and Fernado Gonzalez over the years before coaching Andy Roddick at the end of his career. (2010-2012)


6. Craig Boyton - "CB" has coached everyone from John Isner to Jack Sock with many players in between. Currently, he splits his time between Steve Johnson and Hubert Hurkacz. (2010-13) (2015), (2017 - 2019)


7. Lleyton Hewitt - The former ATP No.1 is the Australian Davis Cup Captain and makes himself available to help young Australian players and he's worked one on one with Jordan Thompson. (2017-2019)


8. Brad Stine - The American now coaches Tommy Paul, but in the past worked with Jim Courier, Kevin Anderson and Mardy Fish. (2010-2013) (2015) (2018-19)


9. Andrei Pavel - The former player has coached many men and women, but currently advises Marius Copil. (2018-19)


10. Manny Diaz (UGA) / Kenny Thorne (GA Tech) - Each year the Truist Atlanta Open features a "College Night." Diaz and Thorne are two of the top college coaches in the country and prepare their student-athletes for play against the pros.