Philippe Oudshoorn is a men’s tennis coach who’s worked with some of the best tennis players and coaches in the United States. Currently he works as a National Coach for the USTA and coaches some of the best American tennis players in the country. Formerly, Philippe has worked as an Assistant Coach in college tennis at George Washington University, University of Virginia, and the University of Central Florida. Some of the coaches Philippe has had the opportunity to work with are Brian Boland (USTA Head of Men’s Tennis) and John Roddick (Director of Tennis UCF and former Coach of Andy Roddick). During his time as a coach the college teams he worked with have won a NCAA Championship (’16 Virginia) and three Conference Titles (ACC and the A10 twice).
As a tennis player, Philippe grew up and competed in the Netherlands. There he grew to be one of Netherland’s top players which helped him get a scholarship at the University of Virginia (UVA). While at UVA the team reached two NCAA finals, won three National Indoor Championships, and won four ACC Conference titles. Philippe graduated from Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. At George Washington University, Philippe graduated with a Masters in Sports Management while starting his coaching career.