Jonathan Wolff was hired as the assistant men's tennis coach at Georgia State in February 2015.
“We're very lucky to have Jonathan Wolff join our program,” head coach Brett Ross said. “He has a great playing background as a top collegiate player. He knows what it takes to compete at a high level and he is very eager to pass on that knowledge to our student-athletes.”
During the 2017 season, Wolff helped lead the Panthers' to program-high No. 30 ITA ranking. The team opened up the season with a 4-2 victory over then-No. 27 Florida State, the second-biggest victory in program history. Wolff also helped lead the team to its second-consecutive No. 1 seed at the Sun Belt Tournament, as well as a 2017 Sun Belt Conference title and NCAA Tounament automatic bid.
Wolff competed for the men's tennis team at Wake Forest for four years (2007-11) and was the team captain for his last two seasons. During his time with the Demon Deacons, Wolff was named to the Atlantic Coast Conference's All-Academic team twice and was ranked in the top 40 for both singles and doubles by the ITA. Ross was an assistant coach at Wake Forest during Wolff's playing career.
Wolff moves to Atlanta after working for IMG Tickets in Miami since 2012. He has previously worked in various roles for multiple tennis competitions, including the Miami Open and Atlanta's BB&T Open.
Wolff has previous coaching experience as well, serving as a volunteer assistant for Wake Forest's women's tennis team for the 2012 season and working as a personal tennis coach at Sportime Fitness in Bethpage, N.Y. in 2011.