Coaching Career:


Returned to coaching as a coach of ATP player Philip Bester
Continues to work with select players and acts as a consultant to National and Provincial tennis organizations and coaches


Retired from coaching to spend more time with his family


Director of the National Training Centre in Toronto for Tennis Canada 


Coached 16 year-old Philip Bester to the finals of Roland Garros' ITF U18, defeating world #1 Thiemo DeBakker along the way. Philip won his first live Davis Cup singles match later that summer and finished the year ranked #8 in the ITF Jr World Rankings


Personal coach of Canadian star Frank Dancevic, who was one of the top juniors in the world.
He won the Wimbledon Boy's doubles title (w/G. Lapentti), before moving on to a successful professional career which saw him rise to a Career High ATP ranking of #65; Frank has reached three ATP Tour finals and has wins over Top 10 players: Roddick, Nalbandian, Verdasco, Blake, Del Potro and Tsonga 


Named Davis Cup Coach for Canada and Head Men's National Coach for Tennis Canada


Formed, and was Chairman of, the Sports Science Committee for Tennis Canada, and designed and implemented the template for Tennis Canada's Sports Science National Training Camps. Milos Raonic was a participant in the first National Training Camp as a 14 year-old


Playing Career:


Top 10 player in the juniors (Florida) 
Won the 1987 Florida State Men's Open Championship 
Played #1 singles and doubles at the Southern Illinois University (Edwardsville) for the 1984 NCAA Division ll National Champion Cougars 
Obtained a top 300 ATP Ranking before his career was cut short by illness



GPTCA A-Level International Coach


Jon Sorbo