Brian Wilson Bio

Brian Wilson was ranked #1 in Southern California in the juniors before he attended the University of Illinois on a scholarship. In 2003 Brian was the NCAA doubles champion and the team went undefeated and won the NCAA team championship. In 2004 he was ranked #1 in the NCAA in singles. He played on the ATP tour for five years and won over 15 titles in singles and doubles. Brian played in the main draw of the US Open and Australian Open. While playing World Team Tennis, he had wins over Pete Sampras and Patrick Rafter. Since Brian started coaching in 2008, he has been involved in two of the most successful and acclaimed tennis centers in th. e country, Darling Tennis Center HP Coach 2008-2012 and was Director of Junior Tennis at Northwest High Performance Tennis from 2012-2018. He is a USTA Faculty Coach for  NorCal and Northern Section Team USA Camps and was also on the PNW Coaches Commission and Junior Competition Committee. Brian rejoined the Darling Tennis Center in 2018 and is also currently the Junior Scout for Head Racquet Sports in the US. He is in charge of scouting and sponsoring junior, college and young professional players. In his role with Head Racquet Sports he provides insights to specific trends in the marketplace in regards to racquet, bags and strings. Brian enjoys golfing, reading about sports training and spending time with family.