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Interested in finding information on average incomes of Tennis Pros, Head Pro, Director of Tennis, etc..., in the US.  Can anyone give me some feedback on the best place I can access these figures?

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There are different types of pros and Levels. Also it Depends on Location and Clients.

 

Todd,

 

Thanks for the leads, that gives me a great start.

Im a pro at a commuter club and its good for 3-4 grand a month. (I teach 7 clinics a week and lots of privates) and pay 25% to my director.

A junior coordinator makes a salary on top of the privates. That's what I strive to be next. That's when I would get benefits too.

A head pro or tennis director would make all their private money, salary, and 20% or more from every pro working there

Hey John,

 

Really appreciate your feedback, where are you located John?

I am associate tennis pro at Natomas Racquet club. Here in sacramento california
John you have been a great help, thanks for your feedback.

Thanks for sharing this.

What is a commuter club?  I've never heard that term before.

The opposite would be a neighborhood club.

We are in the middle of a business park... people have to drive to us. There are no retired familiies in the surrounding neighborhoods to teach tennis lessons to their over-privileged kids. So after work/school hours I am busy but I struggle to fill up my teaching book in the mornings
Dang, director takes 20% of your lesson rev., I took 0% of my staff privates, but I did pay them hourly for groups. Anywhere from $35 to $50hr plus a bonus. No bennies.

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