Image Nicolas Rosenzweig

Facts: France/Czech, 1986, High Performance Tennis Coach: 


Playing Career:

Nicolas started playing on the ATP futures tour in 2009 and by 2011 he reached his first future’s semi final and in 2012 reached a career high 687 on the ATP ranking list. Nicolas played and beat players who have been in the top 20, most notably Kyle Edmund and Denis Shapovalov.

Nicolas won a Futures in doubles in Antalya and reached a career high of 870.

Nicolas attended and represented the University of Stirling between 2012-1014. He achieved great success at British University level by winning the BUCS National Team Championship in 2012&13&14. He also won the BUCS Singles Championship those 3 years as well and one BUCS doubles title in 2014.

Coaching Career:

Nicolas is a LTA level 3 coach and he began coaching at his local club, David Lloyd, in Dundee in 2014 while playing professionally on the tour. He was appointed by the University of Stirling in 2015 to become the Women’s  head coach. In 2016, the passion and hard work resulted in the women’s team won the BUCS  National Team Championship for the first time in their history. They  repeated that in 2018&19, losing in the final in 2017. They also reached the final in 2020 but were not able to play because of the Covid 19 pandemic.

In the 2019/20 season, Nicolas was appointed as high performance coach. As well as the 3 womens teams, he also managed and coached the men’s 3-6th teams. Those 4 mens teams all won their respective leagues and the 4th team also won the SSS (Scottish Student Sport) cup. The womens 2nd team won their league and have been promoted to the National Premier league for the first time in their history.

University of Stirling's Maia Lumsden reached a career high 250 on the WTA tour in 2019 and two of her teammates also achieved the feat or earning a world ranking that year.