Kwame’s journey from the vibrant streets of Georgetown, Guyana, to the tennis courts of Botswana, Africa, is nothing short of inspiring. At age 10, he made a pivotal move that would shape his destiny. An innate athlete, Kwame immersed himself in various sports, but it was a tennis match at 11 that ignited his passion for the game. A loss fueled a burning desire to improve, setting the stage for a remarkable journey.

Predominantly self-taught in his early teens, Kwame’s natural talent caught the eye of professionals when he received his first coaching lesson. His junior career, marked by local triumphs, paved the way for ITF events. Visualizing himself as an NCAA athlete and beyond, Kwame’s determination led him to accept a full tennis scholarship at ASA College, Miami—a nationally-ranked NJCCA Division 1 team known for nurturing foreign talents fresh off the ATP circuit.

Representing ASA in 1st singles and 1st doubles, Kwame’s playing years seamlessly transitioned into a coaching role. As Assistant Tennis Coach, he played a pivotal role in developing ATP-level players, contributing to ASA’s two NJCAA National Titles in 2014 and 2015, with a runner-up finish in 2013. His coaching prowess earned him the title of “Assistant Coach of the Year” in 2014.

In 2015, Kwame brought his wealth of experience to Tennis Innovators Academy (TIA), where he serves as a program director. His high pedigree and leadership have made him a master tennis professional at TIA. Kwame’s impact extends beyond coaching—he has played a crucial role in shaping tournament team players into national junior champions, NCAA champions, and professional circuit contenders.

Driven by a relentless pursuit of excellence, Kwame remains dedicated to building athletes aspiring to reach the pinnacle of our sport, nurturing dreams of NCAA and professional tennis success.