CASEY CURTIS
TENNIS 

WHERE TENNIS CHAMPIONS
ARE DEVELOPED

 
 

MEET THE COACH

Casey Curtis is recognized as one of the top developmental coaches in North America and 9 year coach of Milos Raonic.​


A California native, Coach Curtis has lived and worked in Canada for more than 35 years.  After playing on the men’s singles circuit in Europe for two years, Curtis moved to Toronto where he coached tennis while completing an undergraduate degree at York University.

​Passionate about coaching, he decided to take it on as a full-time career and has never looked back. Curtis’ love for the game of tennis and his own tournament playing experiences, combined with his impeccable knowledge of technique and ability to translate that knowledge to his students, make for a rare combination in the sport of tennis.

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TESTIMONIALS

“He has dedicated his life to tennis and he invests himself and his time to help tennis players to develop their game. He cares and he will do anything to help you improve and always tries his best to help you reach for potential.”

  • Milos Raonic, ATP Pro

“Casey was a student of the game and watched tennis and thought about tennis technique constantly. He was relentless in his pursuit of knowledge, so I’m not surprised that he has turned out to be such a fine tennis teacher…he is truly a treasure to Canadian Tennis.”

  • Rich Anderson, Former Coach

“I judge a coach by the player he develops. At 13, Milos had a complete game with professional-level skills. This does not happen by accident or coincidence. It is forged by countless hours of hard work and an unwavering attention to detail…”

  • Jon Sorbo, Former Canadian National Men’s Head Coach

“Curtis, who previously worked with Milos Raonic, has been involved in player development for more than 30 years…he has helped develop several recent successful junior players, including U12 national champion Layne Sleeth and Liam Draxl, and U18 national singles and doubles runner-up Ayan Broomfield.”

  • Tennis Canada

   OUR MISSION

To help our players to be their best,

 both on and off the court.
Ability,
 Desire for Excellence, Intelligence, and Integrity are the foundation of our programs.

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CONGRATULATIONS TO LIAM DRAXL
2019 JUNIOR WIMBLEDON
DOUBLES FINALIST
 

Milos Raonic and Liam Draxl