Boris Bosnjakovic joined the Brown University men’s tennis program as an assistant coach in September of 2013.
Bosnjakovic, who has served as a coach on the ATP and WTA World Tours since 2000, has coached three players ranked in the top-100 as well as several top-200 ranked ATP players. Most recently, Bosnjakovic was the Head Coach of the 2010 World Champion Serbian Davis Cup Team, featuring world No. 1 Novak Djokovic, former Top-10 Janko TIpsarevic and former World No. 1 doubles player Nenad ZImonjic.
A 1997 graduate of Brigham Young University, Bosnjakovic played No. 1 singles and doubles all four years as a member of the tennis team. He then played on the ATP Tour from 1997-2000 and reached a ranking of 740 in singles before moving on to coaching due to multiple injuries.
Bosnjakovic, a native of Serbia who captured the Yugoslavian U-18 Junior Championship, was named to the Yugoslavian Davis Cup in 1992 before moving to the United States where he was ranked a top-50 Junior ITF in the world.