In an ATP career spanning 13 years, Jim Courier won four Grand Slam singles crowns, 23 ATP singles titles, reached the #1 world ranking, was a member of two winning United States Davis Cup teams and is one of 15 men in the history of tennis to reach the finals of all four major championships. He was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in July of 2005.
He remains active in the tennis world today as an avid competitor on the PowerShares Series tennis circuit and an analyst on the broadcasts of the four majors for various networks including CBS, Tennis Channel, ITV and Channel 7 Australia. He currently serves as the Captain of the United States Davis Cup Team, a position he has held since 2011.
Born in France in 1972, Olivier reached a career-high ranking of No. 360 in singles and No.160 in doubles on the ATP Tour in 1997. Olivier’s vast coaching experience began in 2000 when he moved to New York City and coached in elite private clubs in New York from 2000-2009.
In 2009, he returned to the ATP and WTA Tours as a coach, working with some of the top players in the world including, Victoria Azarenka, Ernest Gulbis, Ana Ivanovic, Sergei Bubka, Fernando Verdasco and Mischa Zverev.