After ten successful years of grooming and mentoring America’s finest young tennis players, USTA Player Development coach Diego Moyano has decided to move on. He will begin 2020 working with South Africa's Kevin Anderson.
One of the most respected coaches in the business, Moyano was practically the American junior tennis whisperer. Moyano was tasked with helping the top U.S. juniors in their transition to the professional game. He delivered.
He’s worked closely with the majority of the countries most promising talents, including Reilly Opelka, Frances Tiafoe, Taylor Fritz, Tommy Paul, Mackenzie McDonald, Tennys Sandgren, Denis Kudla, and more.
Upon hearing of his decision to move on from the USTA, Moyano received an outpouring of support from the tennis community.
This is a huge loss for @TeamUSA @DIEGOAMOYANO1 has been an amazing coach and contributor to so many players and coaches alike - thanks @DIEGOAMOYANO1 for your help , collaborations and friendship - I’m looking forward to more down the road https://t.co/rRxA3Farvb— Paul Annacone (@paul_annacone) December 17, 2019
Thank you Diego— Tennys Sandgren (@TennysSandgren) December 17, 2019
Well done coach! ????????— Craig O'Shannessy (@BrainGameTennis) December 17, 2019
Enjoy the next chapter...
Moyano recently worked with Tommy Paul, who lovingly referred to him as "the true GOAT of the USTA."
Tommy Paul will begin 2020 working with Anderson's former coach, Brad Stine.
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