About Rohan Goetzke
As Director of the IMG Academy Bollettieri tennis program, Rohan Goetzke oversees all aspects of the tennis program and ensures delivery of the optimal training and highest level of development to each male and female tennis athlete at the junior, high school, postgraduate, collegiate and professional levels.
Goetzke, a native of Australia, joined IMG from the Dutch Tennis Federation, where he was responsible for the development and implementation of the nation’s tennis program from the junior through professional ranks.
Prior to joining the Dutch Tennis Federation as Technical Director, Goetzke served as the National Head Coach of the Federation, working with top professionals including Robin Haase, Michaella Krajicek, Thiemo De Bakker and Arantxa Rus.
He also privately coached Mario Ancic for several years, during which Ancic rose to #17 in the world. Additionally, he served as Richard Krajicek’s coach for more than ten years, during which Krajicek rose to a #4 world ranking and captured the Wimbledon singles title in 1996.
From a team perspective, Goetzke has served as the Dutch Davis Cup coach for the past six years, and the Fed Cup coach for the past two.
Goetzke began his tennis career in his home country of Australia at a young age, eventually competing on the professional circuit in Australia and Europe for several years before turning to coaching at a prestigious tennis school in Belgium. While there, he worked regionally with the Belgian Tennis Federation before joining its Dutch counterpart.