- Born13 July 1970
- Birth PlaceSydney, New South Wales
- Playing StatusRetired
“I’m excited to be back involved in performance development and working in a state that has such a long list of great champions.”
— Sandon Stolle, 2 May 2016
» Sandon Stolle joins National Academy in South Australia
Stolle retired in 2003 after a successful doubles career that netted 22 titles.
In singles, his best result was a third-round showing at Wimbledon in 1992, 1996 and 1999.
In 1996 he reached the ATP final at Nottingham and his singles ranking peaked at No.50 a year later.
Davis Cup, he competed in 1997, 1999 and 2000, winning one singles rubber and one doubles.
He is the son of former Australian great, Fred Stolle, now a television commentator.
His mother’s name is Pat and he has two sisters, Monique and Nadine.
In 2004, he was a TV presenter on the weekly Australian tennis program, SLAM! Road to the Australian Open.
In 2007 he started coaching at the Australian Institute of Sport before taking a role at National Academy Sydney in 2008.
He is married to Margot Moore, they have two children, Isla (born 2008) and Daisy (born 2010), and live in Sydney.
Sandon Stolle in the news
To mark the 20th anniversary of Wimbledon 2000, we look back on a memorable tournament for Australian tennis.
Juniors Maggie Pearce and Megan Smith are representing Australia at the WTA Future Stars event in Singapore this week.
Former doubles world No.2 and Grand Slam champion Sandon Stolle has been appointed as the new National Academy Coach in South Australia.
A mix of rising stars and Aussie tennis icons will line up for the Asia Pacific Tennis League (ATL) when action gets under way around the country this week.