Jack Broudy is a tennis player, coach, speaker, author, and inventor. As a teaching pro, Jack has influenced the development of several pros on tour today, as well as countless top-ranked USTA Juniors and college national champion players and coaches. Jack is a mentor to thousands of tennis coaches, players, and professionals around the globe.

Jack currently lives in Southern California, teaching dozens of students at various tennis courts and country clubs in the San Diego area every single week.

Growing up in New England, Jack was a top 10 ranked junior, representing New England District on the national junior circuit, including playing at the infamous Kalamazoo. He also played college tennis for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from 1973-75. Jack played on a pro tennis tour in Florida in 1976, before becoming a top varsity tennis player in singles and All-American doubles player for the University of California San Diego, in La Jolla from 1976-1979. Jack has also been speaking at USPTA conventions for the past fifteen years.


My brother and I have known the fluid strokes and feeling of being "connected" in the game of tennis for much of our lives. It's great to know the science behind this feeling, so we can use this knowledge to play even better. Jack's revolutionary learning system and various devices, including the Swing board, can help every player feel and groove the natural strokes.

- Mike Bryan

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World-renowned tennis coach Jack Broudy has influenced and revolutionized the game of tennis, producing national and world champions. More importantly he has made beautiful players of even non-athletes. Jack has championed The SWING method to work for everyone! Put it to work for you!

The tennis myth: The tennis elite - players and coaches both - completely misunderstand the pro tennis strokes with cliches like these: “Racket back early … Hit through the ball … low to high … open (or) closed stances … unit turn … punch the volley … snap your wrist on serve” and the like. I’m here to tell you THEY have all missed the boat. (They don’t know what they don’t know.)