Danolic Tennis Clinic

Designed for all kids ages 5-13. Clinic provides learning experience for all the kids regardless of their level, in fun and encouraging environment. 


Clinics are set up as 1 hour sessions and are available once, twice or three times per week. Days and times are flexible and will be discussed with each camper based on their needs. 



Private lessons are also available and open to any and all individuals (excluding high school students or any prospective student-athletes), regardless of their skill level. 

Date Description Info
Kids Clinic: September 2018 - May 2019 - full-time registration
($954.00 - $1,590.00)
Kids Clinic: October 2018
($116.60 - $190.80)
Private Lessons (Call to schedule date and time)


Petar Danolic


Danolic has been a men's tennis assistant coach at the University of Miami since August 2016. He has over 20 years of experience of coaching at the top collegiate and professional tennis level. 


He has been a certified member of the United States Professional Tennis Association since 2000, and is an International Tennis Federation level II coach. From 2007-12 he served as both the president of the professional board for the Tennis Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina and president of the National Coaches Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina. During this time, Bosnia and Herzegovina produced 2 players that are currently ranked top 100 ATP for the first time in country's history. He has also educated more than 200 coaches as an ITF tutor, conducting more than 1,000 hours of on-court and classroom lecturing in coaches education.



Danolic began his collegiate coaching career as an assistant for the Arizona women’s tennis team for the 2003-04 campaign. He led Maja Mlakar and Dianne Hollands to the top doubles ranking in the country, while also coaching Hollands to a No. 7 ITA ranking. As a team, the Wildcats were ranked in the top 25 in the nation throughout the season. He then moved on to his alma mater of Texas Tech in 2005, helping the team to top-25 rankings for back-to-back seasons.



From 2000-03 he was a traveling coach on the professional and junior circuit for IMG Academy, working alongside players such as Jelena Jankovic, Maria Sharapova, Tatiana Golovin and Serena Williams. 



Danolic earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise and sports science with a minor in psychology from Texas Tech University in 2000. While playing for the Red Raiders, he was ranked as high as No. 40 in singles and was a first team All-Southwest Conference honoree in 1996. When he graduated, he was the winningest player in Texas Tech history.