Future college coaches

jaggy

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#1
I am not sure if this has been done before, if so my apologies. I was watching Aus mens doubles and Eric Butorac was playing. The commentator said he was a volunteer assistant at Harvard (I assume men, he didn't specify). I would guess he has plans to coach a college team later, I may be way off but that's my read of it.

Any others on the pro tour out there who:

1. Have shared they want to be college coaches

2. Act like they may be going down that road.

3. You think they would be a realistic candidate and want them to coach your favorite team.

I would throw out Nick Monroe who spends a lot of time at UNC and has the credentials.
 
#2
I am not sure if this has been done before, if so my apologies. I was watching Aus mens doubles and Eric Butorac was playing. The commentator said he was a volunteer assistant at Harvard (I assume men, he didn't specify). I would guess he has plans to coach a college team later, I may be way off but that's my read of it.

Any others on the pro tour out there who:

1. Have shared they want to be college coaches

2. Act like they may be going down that road.

3. You think they would be a realistic candidate and want them to coach your favorite team.

I would throw out Nick Monroe who spends a lot of time at UNC and has the credentials.
I saw the title of this thread and immediately thought of Eric Butorac. I see we had the same thought...
 
#4
Isn't Mario Ancic a student assistant coach at an Ivy League. That's one hell of a hitting partner and high level insight you'd be getting.
 
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