Adam Ford is Director of Tournament Training Program at the Greater Midland Tennis Center.
He formerly served as the Hope College men’s and women’s tennis coach, and guided the Flying Dutch to three Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association titles (2013, 2015 and 2016) and four NCAA Division III Tournament appearances (2013-16). He also was Head Pro at Hope College’s DeWitt Tennis Center.
Ford was a two-time state champion at Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central High School. He played tennis for four years at Division I Northern Illinois University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communication studies. He and a doubles partner were ranked as high as 33rd nationally among Division I players.
His teaching prowess was recognized by the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR), which named him the 2011 Michigan Tennis Pro of the Year.
He is a USPTA P1 Tennis Professional, a PTR Professional and United States Tennis Association (USTA) High Performance Tennis Coach. He is also a Certified Human Performance Institute Mental Toughness Specialist.