Andrew was born in South Africa and attended the University of Miami, FL where he studied International Business on a tennis scholarship. Capping off a 100 match collegiate win career, he went on to capture the Men’s Division 1 NCAA Singles Title in 1987. Upon completion of his collegiate career, he turned professional competing in many events on the ATP World Tour for 5 years. He competed at The U.S Open, U.S Clay Courts, Miami Open, Swiss Open and Wimbledon among others achieving a career high ranking of 276 in singles and 227 in doubles. Andrew is a member of The University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame, The Intercollegiate Tennis Hall of Fame and The Blue Gray Hall of Fame.
As a certified Professional Tennis Registry teaching professional, he has served as Director of Tennis at The Montgomery Country Club in Alabama, The Landings Club in Savannah, Georgia, Midtown Athletic Club in Atlanta, Georgia and The Sarasota Racquet Club in Sarasota, Florida. Andrew founded the Men’s USTA $50,000 ATP Challenger Tournament in Savannah and has served as it’s Tournament Director along with serving as Tournament Director for the Men’s USTA National 40’s tournament and the Georgia Super Senior State tournament.
Andrew brings to The Reserve Club a love for the tennis business and a passion for teaching the game. He loves to work with players of all ages and ability levels and has coached many individuals from beginners just learning the game to active tour level. In addition, he has coached several USTA league teams to the State, Sectional and National levels. He looks forward to the opportunity to grow the tennis program offering The Reserve Club members a wide variety of world class instructional and social programs. He and his wife, Julie, have 5 children together, one attending Vanderbilt, three at Auburn University and one attending the University of Alabama.