Bill Belser worked with Andy Roddick in 1997 – 1998 when Andy was 13 and 14. Bill was a USTA Player Development Coach and was selected to coach the USA top 14s in Japan at an international team event. Andy was the 4th player on the team and was not supposed to be one of our starting players. But after seeing him play Bill called his parents and told them that in his opinion Andy had what it takes to be a world-class professional. When the team got back to the U.S.A., Roddick’s parents started sending him to Bill to work on various aspects of his game. Bill worked with Roddick on developing a kick 2nd serve, his left hand on his forehand, his volleys, his backspin backhand and his movement. Bill took Roddick to several junior tournaments, including the Eddie Herr International Jr. Tournament in FL, and coached him at home in Boca Raton, FL.
Bill Belser started working with Greg Rusedski as his part-time coach in 1988, when he was 15 and 16. Bill was Rusedski’s full time in coach when he was 17 thru 21. Bill coached him from no ranking to top 60 on the ATP world ranking. Rusedski also won Jr. Wimbledon Doubles and made it to the semi-finals in singles at Wimbledon while working with Bill.
Bill Belser coached Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario to her 1st WTA Tournament Victory in Brussels in 1986, when she was 15 years old. Her ATP ranking improved from 40 to top 20.
Bill Belser coached Claudia Kohde-Kilsch from a WTA ranking of 10 back up to 5 in the world in 1986.
Aleksandra Wozniak was coached by Bill in 2007 and 2008 from a WTA ranking of 163 to 82.
Bill Belser is the home coach for Thai Kwiatkowski. Thai is a young rising star in US tennis, he recently played very successfully in Wimbledon juniors tournament.
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