Nick Carr
Nick Carr
  • Birthplace Wellington, New Zealand
  • SpeaksEnglish
  • Coach Since1997


  • Technical adviser for the Austrian Federation
  • Academy development in the Netherlands, consulting and working with players and coaches

Coaching Career Highlights

  • Started a tennis academy in Leuven, Belgium (1977)
  • Tennis academy (with Rohan Goetzke) and regional trainer/coach (Players: regional juniors and national junior champions of Belgium, e.g. Bart Wuyts - ATP 86) (1978-1984)
  • Travelling coach for the Belgian Federation (Players: Anne Devries, Sandra Wasserman) (1985)
  • Coach of winning World Youth Cup team of Belgium in Tokyo (1986)
  • Travelling coach for the Dutch federation (Players: Richard Krajicek, Jan Siemerink, Tom Kempers, Paul Dogger, Hendrik-Jan Davids, Fernon Wibier, Miriam Oremans, and Stephanie Rotier) (1988-1992)
  • Travelling coach for the Dutch and English federation (Players: Fernon Wibier, Jeremy Bates, Chris Bailey, Mark Petchey) (1992)
  • Private coach of Jeremy Bates, Chris Bailey, Mark Petchey (1993-1994)
  • Head-coach of Amstelpark Tennis School, Amsterdam (1994-1995)
  • Private coach of Thomas Behrend (ATP 210, improved to ATP 110) (1996-1997) 
  • Coach of Team Richard Krajicek (Zilveren Kruis) (Players: Peter Wessels, Edwin Kempes - Peter Wessels winner of ATP title Newport, improvement ATP 160 to ATP 84. Edwin Kempes: improvement ATP 210 to ATP 98) (1998-2001)
  • Private coach of Martin Verkerk - Winner of ATP title Milan indoor 2003, Quarter finals of Rome 2003, Finals of Roland Garros 2003, Final of Munich 2004, winner of ATP title Dutch Open 2004 - Improvement: ATP 180 to ATP 14 (2001-2006)
  • Interim coaching work with Ivo Karlovic (San Jose final) (2007)
  • Private coach of Igor Sijsling (April – November 2007)
  • Private coach of Alex Kuznetsov (March – November 2008)
  • Interim work with Antal van den Duim (ATP 420) (March – June 2009)
  • Interim work with Marius Copil (June –October 2009) 
  • Traveling coach and technical advisor for Campus Tennis Academy Dornbirn (Austria) (January 2010 – present)
  • Traveling coach and technical advisor for Dornbirn Campus Tennis Academy


  • Nick was born in Wellington, New Zealand July 23, 1952
  • He competed on the ATP Tour from 1971-1974 and was a member of the Greek Davis Cup team
  • In 1977 opened a tennis academy in Leuven, Belgium and began his coaching career
  • He is currently married and living in The Netherlands


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