Craig Boynton was hired on March 1, 2013, by USTA Player Development as a National Coach in Men’s Tennis. He reports to Jay Berger, Head of Men’s Tennis.
Prior to joining USTA Player Development, Craig was the Director of the Touring Pro Program at Saddlebrook Academy, where he served as the private coach to John Isner from 2009-12. During that time, John won five ATP Tour titles, was named the ATP’s Most Improved Player of 2009 and saw his ranking rise from No. 148 in the world to a career-high No. 9.
In addition, Craig spent several years as a player (1987-90) and coach on the tour, working with such players as Jim Courier, James Blake and Mardy Fish.