Cody Conley

Assistant Coach

Born and raised in Louisville, KY, Cody attained Top 10 national ranking in juniors singles and No.2 in Doubles. In 1997 he was Doubles runner-up at the National Hard Court Championships at Kalamazoo, MI.

He went on to play as No.1 singles and doubles for the University of Louisville, named twice First-Team All Conference and ranking Nationally Top 50 in Division I Singles, and Top 10 in Doubles.

In 2004 Cody turned Pro and played full time on tour, mostly at the future and challenger level, reaching Top 1000 in Singles and Top 350 in Doubles. He won 5 Pro doubles titles with Ryan Newport at the futures level and was runner-up in the Carson Challenger.


Career highlights include:
  • Wins over several Top 100 players including Amer Delic, Bobby Reynolds, Janko Tipsarivic, and Jan-Michael Gambill
  • Trained with tennis legends John McEnroe and Andre Agassi's long-time strength coach Gil Reyes - 2003
  • Assistant coach at the University of Louisville - 2006
  • Only person in school history to win conference championship as a player (2000) and a coach (2006)